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Written by
Andrew Siañez-De La O
May 3 - May 18, 2024

Adults - $30
Seniors - $26
Students - $22

About the Play

Borderline is set in the cotton fields of Socorro, Texas, where four Latino teens threatened by a mysterious creature will have to rely on each other to escape the desert alive. It will take made-up myths, stories of the past, and a rendition of La Llorona to defeat the very real monster stalking children in the borderlands. Community discussions will dive into real-life issues on the border, and school workshops will explore "trickster tales", myths and legends. Borderline was first presented by Milagro with Teatros Unidos in INGENIO Milagro 2018 as a live staged reading.


Andrew is a Mexican-American writer whose work often centers the culture of the Borderlands and his diasporic identity through myths and monsters. With a reverence for sci-fi and fantasy, Andrew has collaborated on projects across multiple genres and mediums and continues to use their skills to help bring under-represented narratives to life. He is currently a writer for The Elder Scrolls Online, an award winning franchise and ongoing AAA MMO as well as an organizing committee member of the WGA Audio Alliance working towards an equitable future for audio fiction writers.