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A merged-media performance piece entitled:

DONA SANGRE         

"Dona Sangre"...the story of a woman shipwrecked between two cultures.

Dona Sangre (Give Blood) is a story of seduction, betrayal, slight of hand,
and cultural ambiguity. Greenberg unravels the fall of "Grace," a Caucasian
orphan raised by a Mexican maid on a Santa Barbara ranch in the 50's. Shipwrecked
off the coast of Baja, Grace survives by adopting a brown face and joining a
group of nomadic female rancheras. Dona Sangre explores living with a
fractured cultural identity through the voice of Grace in this merged-media epic poem,
set in 20th century Baja.

Dona Sangre, steaming with all the passion, poetry, melodrama and violence of
a post-modern morality play, alternates between text, traditional Spanish
songs (sung acapella) and movement within a cabaret format. Projective media
including video, marionettes, ventriloquism and masks are also woven into a lush
and magical narrative.

Dona Sangre is adapted from a novel also written by Aimee Greenberg.


Scheduled Performance Dates:

May 13, 14, 20 & 21
8:00 PM

BC Space, 235 Forest Ave., Laguna Beach
(Between Laura Downing and Candy Baron)
Reservations recommended, limited seating.
Tickets: $20.00 (cash only at the door, check by mail) For more information call: 949-246-1698

Street parking only. No late seating.

June 2005
Greenberg will perform in the invitational Tornio and Haaparanta European Women’s Theatre Festival in Finland and Sweden.

July 2, 2005
11:00 PM
Live Broadcast as part of the KOCE Storefront  Theater Live Series 

September 3 & 10, 2005
7:00 PM

OCCCA Orange County Center for Contemporary Art – Santa Ana
Grand Central Theatre, within the Grand Central Art Center,
125 North Broadway, Santa Ana, California

Tickets are $20, $15 for students with a valid ID 
Reservations can be made by calling: (949) 246-1698


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