1hr. 30min. (1 intermission)
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
Based on real-life struggles of Cuban families who came to the United States in the early 1970s seeking political asylum, 'Til Sunday, a one-woman play, tells the story of a young mother coming from Cuba to New Orleans with her daughter in search of a better life.
After 57 years, Cuba, the longest-standing communist regime in world history, continues to be a center of ambiguity and fascination. 'Til Sunday addresses what our current and previous administration have not — human rights in Cuba. Most importantly, it also addresses the fact that the people of Cuba continue to live under a dictatorship, prisoners under their own skies.