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A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings

by Gabriel García Márquez
adapted by adapted for the stage by Nilo Cruz
directed by Carlos Murillo
This tale of a mysterious winged creature that falls out of the sky explores the innocence and faith of two children. They convince their parents, and the rest of their forgotten town, that the visitor is truly an angel. An enchanting story by Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez, A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings reminds us of the imagination and beauty that childhood can hold.
Recommended for ages 8 and up.
January 11, 2008 - March 03, 2008
The cast features
Ellen Chambers (Fefe), Christopher Chmelik (Showman/Mountain Man), Emily Kimble (Women with Tears/Peddler), Marika Engelhardt (Bonafacia), Andrew Gallant (Juan Jose/Worker 1/Agracelio), Amanda Joan Hartley (Justina/Worker 3/Mountain Woman 1), Grace Lowman (Girl with Box of Prayers), Christina Nieves (Elisenda), Matt Olson (Very Old Man), Juan Gabriel Ruiz (Man with the Panama Hat), Arthur Luis (Momo), Joshua Torres (Pelayo), Jamila Hadiya Turner (Spiderwoman/Mountain Woman 2) and Kyle Wallace (Cirilio/Worker 2/Selim).

The production team includes scenic design by Alex Banuelos,
costume design by Katie Cordts, lighting design by Alec Kinastowski, sound design by Ray Nardelli and Scotty Iseri, stage management by Elizabeth Hagen, and dramaturgy by Kelly Hires.