Magic Theatre is located in Fort Mason, right along the Marina.

Playwright Octavio Solis is returning to the Magic Theatre in San Francisco. The company announced it will continue its 46th Season with the world premiere of Se Llama Cristina.

Solis’ latest play is a multi-layered fever dream in which a young man and woman wake up in a strange room, and must piece together their past identities and relationship while they construct a new future and grapple with the possibility of being parents.

The production is directed by Producing Artistic Director Loretta Greco and will run January 23 – February 17, 2013 at Magic Theatre, Fort Mason Center, Building D, 3rd Floor.

Octavio Solis directed The Brothers Size, also at Magic, which Clinton Stark called “rip-roaring.”

In 2003, Solis won the National Latino Playwriting Award for Bethlehem, a play about the nature of evil, first produced by the Intersection for the Arts.

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The list of playwrights cultivated and premiered at Magic Theatre is a veritable who’s who of American theatre: Sam Shepard, Michael McClure, Octavio Solis, Nilo Cruz, Paula Vogel, Rebecca Gilman, Lloyd Suh, Taylor Mac, Theresa Rebeck, Sharr White, and Luis Alfaro, to name few.

San Francisco Bay Area Arts and CultureSe Llama Cristina

by Octavio Solis

Magic Theatre, San Francisco

Directed by Loretta Greco
Featuring Rod Gnapp, Sean San José, and two more cast members TBA

Previews: January 23 – January 29, 2013
Regular Run: January 31 – February 17, 2013