Virtual Performance
Sunday March 6, 4pm eastern, 3pm central

a solo show performed and written by San Antonio actor
Georgette Lockwood

Script development and direction
Judith Sloan

A story about a secret artist, immigration, bilingual education, and the ripple effects of trauma between mothers and daughters.

Admission is free: MAKE A RESERVATION HERE
We will send you the zoom link

A note from Georgette: “This story began as an exhibition of haunting, striking art made by my mother, Rocio Alvarado Lockwood. Some of the images were familiar to me, and some I had never seen before. My family discovered memoirs scribbled in between her lecture notes on Bilingual Education. As I walked around the exhibition, I had a feeling that something was missing. Her diaries shed light on her strange images including dancing skeletons and dolls whose mouths are rubbed out. The pictures portray the pain and discrimination of an immigrant child, a pain that echoes in me when I remember my mom. A voice told me to keep searching for the light, as if Rocio was telling me, “If I went through all this, it is good we all know it so as not to repeat.” I consider this play the “other” exhibition, where we see the strength of love that transforms pain, so that we may transform it ourselves.”

A new project supported by the Network of Ensemble Theaters Virtual Exploration Grant