A premiere by Sinaloa-born, long-time Chicagoan Tanya Saracho is always cause for anticipation. The author of “Kita y Fernanda,” “Our Lady of the Underpass” and “Enfrascada” has long been known hereabouts for her witty, insightful work and her ability to create characters that are easy to empathize with.
Memories are beautiful moments that awake our purpose for living. It is not easy to memorialize the story of the Mirabal sisters and the volatile history of the Dominican people during the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo. However, Caridad Svich writes a symphonic liberation of Julia Álvarez’s renowned novel IN THE TIME OF THE BUTTERFLIES.