If you've ever been to a performance at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, you probably have come into contact with the always wonderful David Rivera! http://www.dukecityfix.com/profiles/blogs/builders-and-makers-david-rivera
"The Nature of Reality" is a based on true life story written by D. Joseph Laron.
The explores the penalty of trying not to love someone while being desperate to conform. Filled with nonstop twists and turns, it will keep audiences riveted from the first scene to the last. Mayor Exodus Martinez is living the good life. His rise in the polls, his adoring wife Loni, and campaign manager and mother, Drucilla has given him much to be thankful for. He has a gorgeous home in the suburbs of Albuquerque and plenty of adoring republican/tea party friends. While he sets his sights on running for a second term in office his former lover, Bailey Schaefer comes home fron New York City to visit for the Christmas Holiday. Exodus finds that his world begins to unravel as unresolved feelings begin to resurface. Questions arise and tensions flare while Drucilla does everything in her power to sustain her son's ultra-conservative, Christrian aura. Somehow the secret of their former hidden romance suddenly gains media attention and Loni seems to be left devastated, or is she?
Show: April 5-8, 2012
Theatre: North Fourth Visual Arts Center
Tickets: $13.00 to $15.00 (available online or at the door) Box office purchases are cash only.
Online ticket sales: http://www.bulletinflight.com/New_Events.html