This virtual performance premiered on Sunday, October 4, 2020.
Ghost Limb is presented by the Department of Theatre Arts and the Latino Native American Cultural Center. This virtual reading followed by post-reading discussion is part of Borderless: a series of collaborations across campus and beyond. A special thank you to Isabela Flores and Thomas Arce in their support and assistance on producing this event!
Consuelo’s son, Javier - an artist and activist - is forcibly disappeared by the military dictatorship of Argentina in 1977. She now must race to find him. Marisela Treviño Orta’s haunting play Ghost Limb draws upon the myth of Persephone and Demeter to call forth the story of the lives of those destroyed by the Dirty War.
This piece includes violent descriptions of war and torture.