Seven Spots On The Sun

Socorro Santiago, Flor De Liz Perez, Sean Carvajal, Peter Jay Fernandez in ‘Seven Spots On The Sun’ at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
85 mins : 3M, 2W, Chorus of 3 or more
Script Sample of Seven Spots On The Sun

The village of San Isidro has been without its doctor for eighteen months. Moisés has remained a recluse, refusing to even look at a patient, since the day the army took his wife away during the country’s civil war.  But when a mysterious plague begins to ravage the countryside around San Isidro, the local parish priest convinces Moisés to take action. And when Moisés examines his first patient, he discovers he has the miraculous power to heal this plague with the touch of his hand. But among the thousands of pilgrims who flock to San Isidro, Moisés is forced to confront his past, and San Isidro the violence that tore it apart. A meditation on mourning, redemption, and revenge, Seven Spots On The Sun follows each character’s attempt to come to terms with the extraordinary loss they have suffered and the miracles they have witnessed.

Production History:


‘Seven Spots On The Sun’ at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. Set by Arnulfo Maldonado. Costumes by Fabian Aguilar. Lights by Amith Chandrashaker. Direction by Weyni Mengesha. Images by Russ Rowland.

‘Seven Spots On The Sun’ at The Theatre @ Boston Court. Set by Sara Ryung Clement. Costumes by Garry Lennon. Lights and Projections by Tom Ontiveros. Props by Bethany Tucker. Direction by Michael John Garcés. Images by Ed Krieger.

‘Seven Spots On The Sun’ at Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park. Set by Wilson Chin. Costumes by Niki Hernandez-Adams. Lights by Robert Aguilar. Direction by KJ Sanchez. Images by Sandy Underwood.