A Huge Thank You

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A first glimpse of our crankie!

Saudade would not have been created without the help and support of many, many people who agreed to be interviewed about their experiences as immigrants to the DC area. Some of these people also helped us record sound clips for the show; others contributed their memories, stories of challenges they have faced and of course, moments of saudade. For reasons of privacy, we are only identifying people by their first names, but we want to acknowledge everyone and say a huge thank you for your help!

Sonia – Stephanie – Eiko – Sebastian – Ruth – Santiago – Ana – Juliana – Ottoniel – Eddy – Victor – Juan – Seare – Yolanda – Yanira – Oscar – Anamaria – Fernando – Nurya – Alexei – Genevieve – Grimaneza – Cintia – Rosario – Miguel – Svetlana – Nurbiya – Benta – Souad – Natalia – Hoummad – Noelya – Marisabel – Julio – Zohar – Emi – Diego – Johanna – Andrea – Doyoung – Fabiola – Artemis – Savana – Erick – Emma – Victoria – Omar – Arie – Susana – Medina – Amanda – Mehdi – Rashad – Sandra – Birol

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Goodbye 2014…Hello 2015!

We’re heading into a new year, with new projects and adventures on the horizon. Thank you for reading our blog this year, for coming to our shows, for commenting on Facebook or Twitter and cheering us on. The audience is an essential part of any performance work and we value every single one of you, either online or in real life. We hope to see you again soon!

Kismet hanging out in front of Casa Rosada, one of the most well-known buildings in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Kismet hanging out in front of Casa Rosada, one of the most well-known buildings in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Kismet in La Boca, the neighborhood where the Grupo Teatro Catalinas Sur has their theater and puppet company.

Kismet in La Boca, the neighborhood where the Grupo Teatro Catalinas Sur has their theater and puppet company.

Kismet in shadow, part of a workshop piece at the festival Titiriteros Juglares, near Cordoba, Argentina.

Kismet in shadow, part of a workshop piece at the festival Titiriteros Juglares, near Cordoba, Argentina.