(L-R) Neiry Rojo as Dani, Michelle Navarette as Pilar. Photo: Jay Yamada
(L-R) Neiry Rojo as Dani, Michelle Navarette as Pilar. Photo: Jay Yamada
Michelle Navarette as Pilar. Photo: Jay Yamada
Michelle Navarette as Pilar. Photo: Jay Yamada
Yohana Ansari – Thomas as Josh. Photo: Jay Yamada
Yohana Ansari – Thomas as Josh. Photo: Jay Yamada
(L-R) Michelle Navarette as Pilar and Kimiya Shokri as Zoe. Photo: Jay Yamada
(L-R) Michelle Navarette as Pilar and Kimiya Shokri as Zoe. Photo: Jay Yamada
Kimiya Shokri as Zoe. Photo: Jay Yamada
Kimiya Shokri as Zoe. Photo: Jay Yamada
(L-R) Kimiya Shokri as Zoe and Yohana Ansari – Thomas as Josh. Photo: Jay Yamada
(L-R) Kimiya Shokri as Zoe and Yohana Ansari – Thomas as Josh. Photo: Jay Yamada
(Front) Neiry Rojo as Dani, (Back) Michelle Navarette as Pilar. Photo: Jay Yamada
(Front) Neiry Rojo as Dani, (Back) Michelle Navarette as Pilar. Photo: Jay Yamada
(L-R) Kimiya Shokri as Zoe and Yohana Ansari – Thomas as Josh. Photo: Jay Yamada
(L-R) Kimiya Shokri as Zoe and Yohana Ansari – Thomas as Josh. Photo: Jay Yamada

FAR, FAR BETTER THINGS

By Geetha Reddy
APRIL 26TH – MAY 19TH

at Live Oak Theater, 1301 Shattuck Ave Berkeley, CA 94709

Thurs-Sat, 8pm and Sun 2pm (except May 5th)

Directed by Katja Rivera

A Co-Production with Shotgun Players

Shotgun Press Release

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What do women owe each other?

Far, Far Better Things tells the tale of two women – Pilar, a Latina domestic worker, and Zoe, a young South Asian doctor – separated by class, race and the unspoken rules of modern womanhood. During a political period not unlike our own, the two women struggle to balance their responsibilities to their children, to themselves, and to each other. In the end they must decide if they are on the same or different sides of the struggle.

Tickets at theatrefirst.com/tickets

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