Adriana Domínguez (she/ella) is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at UT-El Paso and focuses on excluded and underrepresented groups in the performing arts. She has published with Chicana/Latina Studies, The Journal of Latina Critical Feminism, Camino Real,and Theatre Topics. Recent projects include: Heroes & Saints, And Then Came Tango, Real Women Have Curves, Luna, El Toro y La Nina, Lengua, and Cenicienta which received the Directors’ Choice Award at the Region VI Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Adriana is honored to live in El Paso, a vibrant community that knows no borders.
7 m, 5 w, 5 flexible, and kids (doubling possible)
A timeless masterpiece told in the spirit of La Frontera! This holiday ghost story is filled with thrills and chills to delight young and old alike. But more than a yuletide spectacle, this play is a tale of family, solitude, and redemption. By transplanting the familiar Dickens’ classic from Victorian England to the US/Mexican border, the story finds new life and cultural relevance. Though easily understood by English-speaking audiences, the play has a generous helping of español to add authenticity to the borderland story.