Eugenio is a queer young immigrant living in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador. Less than a year has passed since his move from Mexico, but in that time, he experienced deep love and deeper heartbreak when his new boyfriend, Benjamin, inexplicably “ghosted” him. No, Benjamin isn’t dead; he just stopped calling and texting. And the thing is…Eugenio’s still not over it. 

Santiago Guzman’s latest theatre performance takes the traditional Mexican holiday Día de Muertos (The Day of The Dead) and builds an altar to summon the ‘ghosts’ of his past relationships. Will setting up an altar be enough for Eugenio to forgive, forget, and love again? Or is it enough to help him heal the relationships with his friends and family who are far away?

Suitable for ages 14+
  • Theatre
Sat 15 Jun / 7.00pm
Booths Cafe, Poulton

Teanlowe Centre
Blackpool Old Road

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