Playwright and performer Marissa Chibas' autobiographical solo piece, Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary is centered on three towering figures in her life: her father, Raul, who co-wrote the manifesto for the Cuban revolution with Fidel Castro; her uncle, Eddy, who was the frontrunner for the Cuban presidency in 1951 before committing suicide; and her mother, Dalia, Miss Cuba runner-up in 1959. It was originally produced by the CalArts Center for New Performance.
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"...Heartfelt and honest, Daughter of a Cuban Revolutionary is, in this writer's opinion, an exciting installment in Chicago's third Destinos Festival."
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