As acclaimed local poet, Gary Worth Moody, states, “Simply put, Alexandra Hudson’s play Revolution is pure genius, and a primer for ALL writers of any gender or genre: drama, poetry, fiction, memoir, history, as to how to discern human shadows from those of the natural world, even in the finest distilled moonlight. If you EVER get a chance to read or see a production of this work, be prepared. Your heart WILL be pierced, with or without body armor.”
The director, Malcom Morgan, began his theatrical training in Texas before venturing to Santa Fe, New Mexico to finish his BFA in
Musical Theatre at Santa Fe University of Art & Design (SFUAD). His first directed production was Stones and Bones at SFUAD, and since he has directed two other shows in Santa Fe that are unique in style and challenge his audiences emotionally and mentally. The most recent were She Kills Monsters at the Santa Fe Playhouse and now Revolution at Teatro Paraguas. Morgan’s first show with Paraguas was Fortunato; he designed the hair, makeup, and costumes while completing his senior year at SFUAD. When Morgan is not on stage, he costumes productions, teaches Improv classes at the Adobe Rose and continues his degree path. Recently, he received his Masters in Higher Ed and looks forward to starting his Doctorate soon.
Alix Hudson is a theater maker and bilingual, special needs preschool teacher living and working in Santa Fe. Her work has been produced at Colorado College, the Santa Fe Playhouse, Teatro Paraguas, Fusion, Teatro Serpiente, the Los Alamos Little Theatre, and Wabash College.