the river don’t flow by itself no more

by Klara Wojtkowska

Poster of the river don't flow by itself no more

the river don’t flow by itself no more paints the broken world of the Mexican-American border, where Coyote, the traditional protector of the land, guards the entrance of his enchanted desert, and waits for the salvation promised in the coming of the Desert Prophets. Various characters act as instigators of the alarming changes in the environment, threading through the landscape in unexpected ways. the river don’t flow by itself no more flips the United States upside-down, and, through the poetry of every-day language and stories, shows us a world where nothing makes sense – a world chillingly reminiscent of the one we live in.

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Performance Dates & Times

January 24, 2013 - 8:00pm

January 25, 2013 - 8:00pm

January 26, 2013 - 8:00pm


Nick Chapel Theater

Venue Accessibility: 
Lobby, upper level seating, and facilities are accessible via an elevator inside the entrance to the Trumbull Head of College's office.


Sleazy Politician (et. al)
Activist (et. al)
Schizophrenic (et. al)
Ex-Prophet (et. al)
Heroin Addict (et. al)
unwanted kid (et. al)
Ex-Adventist (et. al)

Production Team

Graphic Designer
Lighting Designer
Sound Engineer