Chilean playwright Alfredo Cordal's provocative play concerns the last days of French silent film star Maria Falconetti in exile in Buenos Aires during WWII, eking out a living by giving acting classes. She wrestles with her demons, and with the power of the Church, totalitarianism, shaman-ism, fame, and the role of artist in society. A World premiere.
- playwright: Alfredo Cordal (Chile)
- director: Mary Mier
- actors: Corinna MacNeice,Ron Mier Kieran Sequoia, Joaquin Torres, Mateo Ulibarri, Ravijit
- musicians: JoJo Sena de Tarnoff, Jeff Tarnoff,
- costumes: Mary Mier
- light design: Karyna Cragin