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Sonnets for an Old Century

Available to listen on demand April 12 – May 9

Sonnets for an Old Century

Written by José Rivera

Directed by Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx

Thanks to a generous donation, our audio play is now FREE!


Available to listen on demand April 12 – May 9

Through a sophisticated and theatrical audio odyssey, Sonnets for an Old Century invites you to stroll through the beaches of Puerto Rico, waft through the windows of a quiet Seattle neighborhood, and take flight from a mythical tower high above the sea. Oscar-nominated writer José Rivera weaves a tapestry of poetic, magical meditations in this highly produced sonic journey exploring yearning, connection, and community. We’ll journey into the whimsical worlds of bedtime tales, marinate in the salty-sweet memory of migrant family members in the fields, and assemble our ancestors from Africa, the Caribbean, and the Canary Islands to ask the burning questions of our past.

Your exclusive link and password to the event will be displayed in the middle of your invoice, which you will receive immediately after reserving your ticket. You only need one ticket per listening device.

$35 is the full value of this ticket. If you are able, we hope you’ll consider this price point, which makes tickets accessible for others. $5 tickets are also available.

Header photo: (L-R) Rafael Goldstein and Veralyn Jones by Daniel Reichert; Erika Soto by Craig Schwartz.

Running Time: 45 minutes

artists + cast

The Artists


* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage
Managers in the United States.
ANW Resident Artist

SONNETS FOR AN OLD CENTURY is produced by special arrangement with Broadway Play Publishing Inc, NYC.