Translation Adaptation Cover Artwork: Dried vegetation - such as bark, roots, and seeds - partly framed on a wall.
Arizona/New Mexico: Documenting History
Continuous line drawing of hand writing with a pen on paper

On a recent trip to Albuquerque, I saw the touring production of Bless Me, Ultima, a condensed adaptation of the classic New Mexico novel by Rudolfo Anaya that chronicles the childhood of a boy growing up with the guidance of a faith healer, a curandera, who gets unfairly accused of being a witch.

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Guillermo Reyes
Guillermo Reyes