By Jaymes Sanchez
Directed by Adam Flores
Set at San Antonio's famous haunted train tracks, Tiny Fingerprints explores grief, the nature and power of belief and the lies we all tell ourselves to make life worth living. In this play, Bobby believes that the spirit of his dead child lives with the "ghost children" at the haunted train tracks. As Bobby falls deeper into grief and delusion, his ex-wife urges him to seek help, a famous psychic medium encourages his fantasies and a science YouTuber attempts to destroy his world with reason. As mischievous ghost children and a troubled playwright meddle in the action, Bobby's fantasies become the foundation of his life, and the destructive potential of the truth grows.
Contains mature content, imagery and themes, including discussion of suicide and the death of a child.
Runtime is 90 minutes with no intermission.
March 3 at 7:30 p.m.
March 5-6 at 2:00 p.m.
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