Pueblo Revolt at Art Works Downtown, February Shows

Pueblo Revolt

By Dillon Chitto
At Art Works Downtown

2/16, 17, 18, 7pm
2/19, 2pm
2/23, 2/24, 2/25, 7pm
2/26, 2pm

Pueblo Revolt explores the Pueblo Uprising through the eyes of a gay Pueblo teen, Feem, and his older brother, Ba'homa. Equally hilarious and poignant, the play weaves together history and Indigifuturism to examine queerness, family, religion, and survival.

“Initially, I was really connected to the character of Feem,” says Reed Flores, who will direct the project. “I'm also a Queer younger brother. But, as I kept rereading this play, I was really drawn to the language. A majority of the dialogue of this play is created in a sort of modern realism, how we talk today -- but then there are parts that lean into magic, into poetry, and those are the parts that really transport me to a different place.”