Director Evan Zes, with actress Valeria Avina and author Sara Farrington, at the well-attended Sept. 14th showing of "Honduras" at The Tank. See below for more information. "Honduras" is an artistic synthesis of reportage and activism, based on real stories, that brings the experiences of migrant women and children alive in its immediacy and suffering, and calls us to empathy and action. It is a difficult, complex, and intense one-woman play, in which Avina embodies multiple roles — gangsters and moms, truck drivers and children, police and teenagers, Americans and Hondurans all — in a passionate, driven performance. Valeria, who has been breathing life into multiple characters in Sara's script for almost a year, was brilliant and heartfelt. Click here for tickets: HONDURAS
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