Song for the Disappeared
When Javi Cantú vanishes, the family patriarch, his trophy wife, daughters, and bodyguard reunite for the first time in years to find him. But saving a son from the narcos on the Mexican border is nothing compared to saving the Cantús from each other.
Playwright Tanya Saracho is “the funniest writer in the theatre today,” says Will Steinberger, Passage’s literary manager. “She makes love hilarious. She makes nastiness hilarious. She makes violence hilarious. Tanya’s work achieves a perfect alchemy of violence and fun, giving her characters and work the energy of a small revolution.”
Mystery, backstabbing, and laughs – you’ll love this complex family!
Ted Otten, Times of Trenton
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Simon Saltzman, CurtainUp
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Bob Brown, Princeton Packet
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