Performances: July 20 - August 21, Weds- Sun; 8pm, rain or shine
The performance follows a traveler (Carlos Uriona) who returns to his hometown of Agua Santa after many years. He evokes the memories of his past and the stories of the town’s colorful inhabitants, including Luna, la Señora, and the Peddler, as well as the events leading to his departure. The story reflects an increasingly universal situation in which ‘progress’ displaces people, in this case causing a flood. It is a story of memory, culture, and song. As every year, the highly visual and imaginative performance will lead the audience alongside the hills, pastures, river, and gardens of Double Edge's Farm, and will include sets created in collaboration with local and international visual artists and craftspeople, and the excitement of the Latin American carnival.