On Thursday, November 19, following the performance of Letters from Cuba and Manual for a Desperate Crossing we invite you to join us for our Thursday evening post-show discussion with our designers and dramaturgs. You can join to make comments, ask questions, or just listen to the conversation. The discussion will begin immediately following the show and will run for about 15 minutes at the following link: http://bit.ly/TMApostshow
Manual for a Desperate Crossing was created from numerous interviews with survivors who fled Cuba on homemade rafts. Based on personal letters between Fornés and her brother, Letters from Cuba fluidly moves in time, place, and spirit, linking protagonist Fran and her relatives in Cuba.
Streaming is limited for this event and requires a free ticket. A few things to keep in mind to optimize your Livestream experience:
- Due to the limits of our performance licensing, this play can only be broadcast live and will not be available after the performance in any form.
- If you are unable to watch on the day you selected, please return to tickets.byu.edu to get a new code for a day that is more convenient to you.
- We apologize in advance for any possible interruptions or technical difficulties that may arise during the performance. Please note that audio or visual disruptions are subject to sources beyond our control. If you experience any difficulties with the Livestream or have questions about live streaming, please visit our FAQ page.
- If the live stream stops or won’t load, refresh the page and click the play button to reload.