Marisol

Written by: Jose Rivera
Directed by: Edgar Landa
Lighting Design: Leah Austin
Costume: April Kongkosonkichkan

And Maureen Weiss’s clever set establishes a series of tomb-like metaphors that herald a final end to the species: a sepulchral subway, a grave site bed, a buried alive office and, most touching, a sidewalk series of shoebox coffins for children who barely took a breath before they died.

-James Scarborough

The clever scenic designs by Maureen Weiss, which use sewn-together sheets, and Leah Austin’s effective and dramatic lighting, make “Marisol” exciting to look at.

-The Press Telegram