He’ll always find something, eh Gaudi? To give him, them and us the impression he exists?

Written by Haydn Díaz

Directed by Julián J. Mesri


  • Monday, April 23, 2012 at 7:30pm

Language: English

Location: Gershwin Hotel: 7 East 27th Street | New York, NY 10016


Poetry, a white space, a column, a heart in thorns, a throbbing and a thrash bag about to burst: that is all Gaudi and Tristi have and nothing more. They are trapped. They wait for an answer from above. They are anguished. They yearn to know what is outside. They are without answers, but they do have one rule. When Oestrus enters and—driving them mad—pushes them to break the one and only rule, they discover what existing for prolepsis means and the horrid consequences of escaping from the space that guarded them from the world outside.


About the Playwright:

Haydn Díaz received his B.A in English Literature and Minor in Theatre from the Honors College at Florida International University in Miami, Florida. His senior thesis, Au Courant Gothic, An Original Compilation, composed of works for stage, short-fiction and poetry written during his work as an undergrad, was presented at NCUR (National Conferences on Undergraduate Research) and FCHC (Florida College Honors Conferences). His play Like An Angel was chosen for the 2011 KCACTF (Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival). Miami’s annual Stage and Soundstage Festival presented his one-act It All—Almost—Makes Sense Now in the summer of 2011. He is the Literary Associate at IATI Theater and is currently completing an internship with the Dramatists Guild of America in the Creative Affairs Department. He is a member of the South Florida Theater League and the Dramatists Guild of America.


David Crommett
John Concado
Ricardo Gamboa

Access to the Reading:

Pay $5 at the door and get a glass of "vino"