***UPDATE*** (March 17, 4:00pm): ALL PERFORMANCES OF NATIVE GARDENS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
by Karen Zacarías
Directed by Patrick Torres
A comedy that is anything but neighborly
Good fences don’t always make good neighbors, but they do make for great comedy! An upwardly-mobile Latinx couple with a baby on the way couldn’t be more excited about their new home, or their friendly new neighbors. But when a polite disagreement over a property line turns into a backyard brawl, cultures collide and mudslinging ensues…literally.
“Delivers laugh after uproarious laugh.”
“90 Minutes of hilarity. BRAVO!”
Around the Town Chicago
“A night at the theatre that will keep you laughing all the way back home.”
Behind the Curtain
Approximately 90 minutes. (Subject to change.)
TICKETS AND SHOWTIMES
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Where Are We Now?
As part of our 2019/20 Legacy | NOW season, PlayMakers is hosting a series of post-show conversations facilitated by local artists, scholars, and cultural workers entitled: Where Are We NOW? After select performances, we will invite audience members to gather in an adjacent space for a fluid, dynamic, and intergenerational discussion on the themes of each play. You don’t even need to have tickets for that performance in order to join us for the conversation!
7:00pm, Durham South Regional Library
6:00pm, Studio 101
6:30pm, Studio 105
Begins at approximately 3:30p
Begins at approximately 9:00p, Studio 105
Begins at approximately 3:30pm, Studio 105