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SOPITA DE ENTROPIA Workshop Reading
March 18 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm MDT
A mixed-media theatrical staged reading experience with Tatiana Isabel Gil.
Playwright Tatiana Isabel Gil invites you to a mixed-media theatrical experience exploring Latine peoples of all different identity intersections’ relationship to their Indigenous identities and ancestors. Included in this experience will be a staged reading of Tatiana Isabel Gil’s new play, Sopita de Entropia, which focuses on a specific group of Latine folks living in Albuquerque, NM stumbling into a nuanced discussion about decolonization, assimilation, and their relationships to their indigenous identities and ancestors. In this event, Tatiana Isabel (playwright) shares her first deep dive into her entropy soup, while inviting the Latine community to witness and dive into their own as well.
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ABOUT TATIANA ISABEL GIL
Tatiana Isabel Gil (she/her/hers) is a queer Latine writer, dramaturg, and actor with a passion for new work development, art that moves people to take action, and decolonization as a form of healing and empowerment. Her work deals with starting and having those difficult conversations within the Latine community about decolonization, anti-blackness, classism, homophobia, transphobia, fatphobia, mental health, and assimilation (to name a few). It also includes creating pieces that are healing ceremonies and celebrations of intersectional identities and cultures, and narratives of QTPOC folks having nuanced, dignified, juicy, and exciting experiences with themselves, each other, and the earth. Recently her play, Lithosphere Heart, was a semi-finalist at Playwrights Realm in NYC. Last summer, Tatiana produced a choreo-poem version of Lithosphere Heart with FUSION Theatre. Tatiana is one of Albuquerque’s Urban Enhancement Trust Fund (UETF) Resiliency Residency artists. She is currently at the University of New Mexico working on her MFA in Dramatic writing and is the Co-Literary Director at Fresh Ink Theatre.