Melissa Fendell's When Santo Domingo Isn't Enough exposes the complicated and often painful debate over immigration in the United States, as Chris, a first-generation Dominican-American and his American girlfriend Gabby, find themselves trapped in ambivalence. Fendell is a playwright and director living in NYC. In 2004, she traveled to Sevilla, Spain for a three-month directing apprenticeship under Ricardo Iniesta, Director and Founder of Compania Atalaya.
Part of the Downtown Urban Theater Festival.
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