The play is a bawdy, starry-eyed tale of confusion and mistaken identities rich with wily servants and groping suitors. House of Desires examines the idea of free will for women at a time when her worth was defined by society's strict moral code. With honor and desire at stake, will the lovers' whims lead them to happiness?
This 17th century wild romantic farce was written by one of the few female playwrights of the age, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, a poet, nun and major baroque literary figure of Mexico.
Christopher Kale Jones*
Scenic Design: Todd Edward Ivins
Associate Scenic Design: Ken Larson
Costume Design: Erin Murphy
Lighting Design: Michael Abrams
Sound Design: Scott O'Brien
Fight Choreographer: Michael Daly
Casting Director: J. Max Sullivan
Assistant Director: Robert McMaster
Stage Manager: Joe Danbusky
Producing Director: Chance Michaels
LIMITED ENGAGEMENT -
January 6th through January 28th
Wednesdays through Saturdays at 7:30pm, Saturday matinees at 2:00pm.
(There are additional performances on Sunday, January 8th at 2:00pm and Monday, January 9th at 7:30pm.)