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Directed by Carlos Armesto and co-presented by The Theater at the 14th Street Y, Javier Rivera DeBruin's Luciérnagas is a story about heritage, legacy, and forgiveness.
When Mal’s maternal grandmother Lupe dies, she inherits a mysterious cabin in the woods. While visiting this small house for the first time, Mal encounters her estranged mother Silvia, the ghost of her grandmother, and a bioluminescent child named Xara who lives in the walls. Silvia declares ownership of the cabin, Mal struggles to break free from old patterns, and Xara demands to be seen. All the while they parse through possessions, secrets, and family dynamics, over a weekend they won’t soon forget.
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Graphic by Agustin Iannone and Ana Picazo.
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