Catalina de Erauso
This new work by playwright Elizabeth Doss chronicles the true story of a 17th-century nun who, just 14 years old, breaks out of the convent, travels the globe disguised as a man, and ultimately becomes the New World’s first and fiercest conquistadora. Directed by Dustin Wills for Paper Chairs, all of whom assure us that this wild show is "wickedly funny." And this here is what our reviewer said.
Through Sept. 30. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $15-25.
Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, 8604 FM 969.