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FUSION Theatre Company Presents WITCH

“WITCH is utterly spellbinding... superb... intelligent.” —LA Daily News
A charming devil arrives in the quiet village of Edmonton to bargain for the souls of its residents in exchange for their darkest wishes. Elizabeth should be his easiest target, having been labeled a “witch” and cast out by the town, but her soul is not so readily bought. As the devil returns to convince her – and then returns again – unexpected passions flare, alliances are formed, and the village is forever changed.

An inventive retelling of a Jacobean drama, this sharp, subversive fable debates how much our souls are worth when hope is hard to come by.
FUSION’s production, starring Jacqueline Reid, John San Nicolas, Ryan Jason Cook, Paul Ford, Christine Grenier, and Josh Heard, is directed by Robb Sisneros.
Performances will be Thursdays & Fridays at 7 PM, Saturdays at 2 PM & 7 PM, and Sundays at 3 PM at FUSION | The Cell.
FUSION | The Cell
700 1st. St. NW
Downtown ABQ
General Admission: $40 | Seniors over 65: $35 | Students: $20 | Thanks to the City of Albuquerque Pay What You Wish ticketing is available.

JEN SILVERMAN (they/them) is a playwright, novelist, and screenwriter, as well as a FUSION alum. Two of their short plays were winners of THE SEVEN, FUSION's short works festival, in 2008, and one, THE EDUCATION OF MACALOCO, was performed by FUSION at the Samuel French OOB Festival, winning Jen their first publishing and licensing contract. FUSION also produced Jen's play THE MOORS, as well as their original book for the company's children's theatre tour of PRINCESS MARISOL AND THE MOON THIEVES.
Plays include: SPAIN; COLLECTIVE RAGE: A PLAY IN 5 BETTIES; THE ROOMMATE; and WITCH. Their plays have been produced off-Broadway (Second Stage Theatre, MCC Theater, The Playwrights Realm), across the US (Steppenwolf, The Goodman, The Humana Festival, Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Huntington, South Coast Repertory Theatre, Writers Theatre etc), and internationally in Australia, the UK, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Brazil, Spain, and elsewhere.
Books include: the debut novel WE PLAY OURSELVES (named one of the best books of the year by Buzzfeed; a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award), story collection THE ISLAND DWELLERS (finalist for a PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize), and new novel THERE’S GOING TO BE TROUBLE forthcoming from Random House in April 2024.
Silverman is a three-time MacDowell Fellow, a member of New Dramatists, and a Scholar of Note at the American Library in Paris. They wrote THE MIRANDA OBSESSION as a narrative podcast for Audible, starring Rachel Brosnahan. They also write for TV and film, including TALES OF THE CITY (Netflix) and TOKYO VICE (HBO/Max). Honors include fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Guggenheim.