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Teresa's Ecstasy
By Begonya Plaza
Directed by Will Pomerantz

Cherry Lane Theatre
New York, NY

Scenic Design By Adrian W. Jones
Lighting Design By Scott Clyve



In TERESA’S ECSTASY, Carlotta’s return to Barcelona has two purposes. It’s a stopover on the way to Avila, where she is researching an article on St. Teresa, a 16th Century nun. It’s also to serve her husband Andrés with divorce papers. Over a sumptuous lunch of wine and gazpacho, Andres fights to rekindle their relationship. But Carlotta is on a quest for the divine, and in the process of discovering the mystical Teresa’s Ecstasy, she discovers herself. TERESA’S ECSTASY is a sexually charged look at politics, religion and, ultimately, love.

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