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Tygers, Fragmentation, Poverty, Love, and other meditations on the holes in our lives
TYGER looks at fragmentation, poverty, love, and other meditations on the holes in our lives, drawing from selected writings of Jorge Luis Borges, Jose Rivera’s Brainpeople, and recently discovered works by No Inglés. The piece interrogates ritual as a means to resolve loss while grappling with the plurality of truth.
Two performances playing on
Friday April 11, 2014: 7:30pm + 9:15pm at Hillyer Art Space: 9 Hillyer Court NW DC 20008
Tickets are also available 30minutes before each performance at the door.
Dramaturg & Devisor
Props and Fabrication
Members of No Inglés
Ainsley Chan & Alfredo Ramirez
TYGER Stripes Supporters