In the last months of 1999, Fidelia moves to the San Francisco Mission District to live with her tía Carmelita, unaware that the beautiful and powerful Alcira is setting a trap for her. Intent on surviving the next millennium, Alcira forces a showdown with Fidelia who must discover her true self and unlock her dormant powers if she is to survive.
|Alcira||Cristina Belén Ranslem|
|Playwright||Marisela Treviño Orta|
|Stage Manager||Ash Pierce|
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