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Laia Obregón-Dans

I'm Your Puppet

June 4, 2013, 12:00 am

Lady Blue, or María de Jesús de Ágreda, was a mystic Spanish nun from the 17th century.

Having lived in New Mexico, among hundreds of other places, the writer, geographer, visionary and medium, is a beloved and  powerful Southwestern figure for the ages.

In an effort to reintroduce and re-popularize her myth, Puppets Revenge performs her story with hand puppets, masks and full-body puppets as their vehicle.

The show benefits Solace Crisis Treatment Center’s “Colectivo de Mujeres Joyeras,” a group of immigrant woman survivors of sexual abuse and domestic violence.

Learn a little history and be inspired by the power of the feminine in this story of a woman’s struggle to be heard. Full of magic, humor and the miracles that made her legacy, this play speaks to anyone with an open heart and mind.

Lady Blue’s Dreams:
7:30 pm Friday-Saturday, June 7-8.
$12-$15. Teatro Paraguas,
3205 Calle Marie, 424-1601


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