Can a vacation to Mexico salvage a failing marriage? Mexico City is a satiric romance that explores tourism as voyeurism and the battle of the sexes.
Mexico City tells the story of a 1960s era couple trying to rekindle the fire in their relationship by going to Mexico on holiday. The play grapples with themes of whiteness and tourism as a form of fetishization and colonization, through the lens of a bickering husband and wife on vacation.
Alice – Lesley Smith
Henry – Zach Faye
Musician – Frederic Mujica
Directed by Laura Vingoe-Cram
Consultation from Santiago Guzmán
Stage Management by Chelsea Dickie
Lighting Design by Alison Crosby
Set Design by Wes Babcock
Costume Design by Everette Fournier
Sound and Projection Design by Jordan Palmer
Poster Design by Sean Skerry (Skerrcraft Creative)
Photography by Stoo Metz
Matchstick introduced Mexico City as the third show in their presentation of ‘Footnotes: An Evening of 3 Short Plays by Hannah Moscovitch’, running twice nightly September 22nd-26th, at The Bus Stop Theatre.