“Your Healing is Killing Me” on March 4 & 5, 2016

Arts & Entertainment

Mar. 04, 2016 to Mar. 05, 2016

MECA (Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts)
1900 Kane Street
Houston, TX 77007

WHAT: Your Healing is Killing Me: A Performance Manifesto by Virginia Grise, directed by Emily Mendelsohn


  • Friday March 4, 2016 at 8 p.m.
  • Saturday March 5, 2016 at 7 p.m.

WHERE: MECA Auditorium
1900 Kane Street
Houston, Texas 77007

MORE INFO: http://www.meca-houston.org

Admission: $18 at the door
$13 online presale
$10 students/seniors

MECA is excited to have Chicana playwright and performer Virginia Grise take the stage of the MECA Auditorium with her new play, Your Healing is Killing Me. Based in New York but bred in the barrios of San Antonio, Grise’s work is often told through non-linear narrative forms in the various voices of marginalized communities giving stories historical, political, and/or social depth. Deeply personal, but also deeply political, Grise is making a name for herself and a new generation of Latina/o theater artists. New York-based Emily Mendelsohn, who has worked with artists from Kristina Wong to Katori Hall, directs this premiere performance.

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Photo by: Netza Moreno

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Tags: Emily Mendelsohn, MECA, Netza Moreno, Plays, Virginia Grise

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