Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue

About Elliot, A Soldier's Fugue

Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatist Quiara Alegría Hudes takes a poignant look at the way war permeates our lives. Hudes’ spare, intense, and poetically resonant play speaks to the personal cost of war across the ages, spanning three generations of a Puerto Rican-American family. Elliot is a Marine Corps hero back from Iraq, his Pop was wounded in Vietnam, and his flute-playing Grandpop fought in Korea. In a fugue-like form, different wars and different tales are strung together as Ginny, his mother, seeks to reconcile the disparate parts and heal emotional wounds.


Elliot - Christopher Lleywn Ramirez
Pop - David Lugo
Granpop - Rodney Garza

Creative Team

Director - David Lozano
Scenic Designer - Brian Clinnin
Costume Designer - Niki Hernandez-Adams
Lighting Designer - Jojo Percy
Sound Designer - Paul Quigg
Properties Designer - Matthew Duvall
Assistant Director - Matthew Rodriguez
Production Stage Manager - Caron Gitelman Grant
Assistant Stage Manager - Joe Heike