Tuesday, Aug. 21 @ 7:30pm | Tickets: $25
Written by José Rivera | Directed by Jaime Carrillo
Cloud Tectonics is a humorous time-bending love story, written by Academy Award nominated José Rivera. Celestina, a hitchhiker whose pregnancy is lasting over two years, and Aníbal, a baggage handler at LAX, meet in the rain for an unforgettable and life-altering encounter in the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic Los Angeles. Sometimes our paths are meant to overlap and diverge simultaneously. This special presentation at Gloucester Stage will feature live music and Foley effects by L.A. based musician Olivia Brownlee, and is presented by actor/director Jaime Carrillo, in association with the Fort Point Theatre Channel.
As a company member of the Classical Theatre of Harlem for six years, Jaime performed in King Lear, MARAT/SADE, Macbeth, Mother Courage and Her Children, and Dream on Monkey Mountain. Regional credits include Woolly Mammoth Theatre (Helen Hayes Nomination), GALA Hispanic Theatre, and Studio Theatre. In Boston, Jaime has performed with Actors’ Shakespeare Project, Central Square Theatre, Lyric Stage, and SpeakEasy Stage (Winner, Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Production). TV credits: Saturday Night Live! Training: The William Esper Studio; B.A. with honors in Theater Arts, Brandeis University. Jaime is a Lucille Lortel award-winning producer and was assistant producer on “Waiting for Godot In New Orleans”, a performance of “Waiting for Godot” on the streets of the Lower 9th ward neighborhood in New Orleans, two years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.