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Serpientes y Escaleras

In his book Midnight’s Children, Salman Rushdie wrote, “The game of Snakes and Ladders captures, as no other activity can hope to do, the eternal truth that for every ladder you climb, a snake is waiting just around the corner.” Drawing inspiration from the ancient Indian board game, Erik Bosse and Laurie Rae Dietrich’s play Serpientes y Escaleras unfolds on the set of a game show hosted by Silverio Morena and psychic emcee Saligia Jones. Lucky members of the “studio audience” will be invited on stage to compete in the game of “virtues and vices, successes and setbacks.”

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