I was in a reading of a play written by fellow Stoncoaster Cindy Williams Gutierrez. It's posted on the Maine Humanities Council podcast website:
A Dialogue of Flower and Songposted: 8 April 2008
“A Dialogue of Flower and Song” is a one-act play written by Stonecoast student Cindy Williams Gutiérrez and performed here by Bridget Eileen, Elsa Colón, Julie Manon, Luis Luque, and Kathleen Clancy. Gerardo Calderón of Grupo Condor provides live pre-Columbian music. The play re-imagines a 15th century Aztec literary event, drawing together three women poets from different periods in Mexico’s history—pre-Conquest Tenochtitlan, colonial New Spain, and the current Mexican Diaspora. This recording begins with an introduction and acknowledgements from the playwright.
The play is a work-in-progress. If you would like to provide feedback as part of the development process, please email Cindy Williams Gutiérrez. All rights are reserved by the playwright. For permission to reproduce, perform or publish this work, please contact her via email or at (503) 631-4113.This reading took place in Freeport, Maine, during the winter residency of the Stonecoast MFA program in January, 2008. The audio on the left is about sixty-five minutes long; the download (mp3) size is 62,925 Kb. We welcome your feedback on this Flower and Song podcast. You can leave a comment on this blog.
Hear the podcast here: http://mainehumanities.org/podcasts/pods/mhc-35-flowersong.mp3
Please note that we only had three days to practice...