Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Presents
Ni Mi Madre
An immigrant mother, a queer son, and the goddess of the sea.
Written and Performed by Arturo Luís Soria
Directed by Danilo Gambini
(Both in-person and livestream tickets available)
Run Time: 1 hour
Inspirited with the tradition of Umbanda ritual, the music of Gloria Estefan, Cher, and Maria Bethânia, Ni Mi Madre invites audiences into the tumultuous relationship between a larger-than-life Brazilian woman, Bete, and her queer son. Ni Mi Madre explores the intersection between queerness and Latinidad, while laying bare the secrets, memories, fears, and celebrations of being an immigrant and first-generation American.
Community partners: Group.BR and The Sol Project.
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** IN-PERSON SEATING ** Online sales end 2 hours prior to the performance.
Please note the following protocol for in-person audiences:
- To enter the theater, you are required to show a proof of vaccine AND a photo ID (Driver's License. iDNYC, etc).
- Complete the COVID-19 Screening
-The theater will be at 75% capacity. Masks are required at all times for the audience.
-All Rattlestick employees will be masked. Artists onstage will be maskless.
Please make sure the read through our Safety Protocols in advance here: https://www.rattlestick.org/safety-protocols. Bathrooms will not be available for use.
More information on the show and artists can be found here: https://www.rattlestick.org/20212022-season/ni-mi-madre