Letters from Cuba. Illustration of a pile of letters, the American flag, Cuba's flag, and the Statue of Liberty.

Letters from Cuba

By María Irene Fornés
Directed by Natalie Villamonte Zito

February 3, 4, 5 at 8:00 p.m.
David Thayer Theatre

Letters from Cuba seamlessly moves back and forth in time, place, and spirit, linking a recently emigrated dancer in New York City to her family across the sea in Cuba. The play interweaves familial, romantic, and platonic love into a singular feeling of closeness and affection. A poetic reflection on the act of artistic creation, on memory and dreams, on longing desires, and how the yearning of a brother and sister to reunite is so strong it defies the logic of time and space. Letters from Cuba quietly explores the connections and separations between people and across borders, through an ethereal, dreamy lens.