The second play in the trilogy, Jaguar Woman is a murder mystery and love story based in Indigenous Brazilian and West African spirituality, history, socio-politics, and overall culture in Brazil.
In Jaguar Woman, the fourth wall doesn't exist. The audience "plays" the role of tourists and Enitan, an elderly quilombola, tells them the story of a mysterious stranger who left a permanent mark on his community over 30 years prior to the present day.
However, the tourists can never be quite sure how truthful their trickster-storyteller is, as the borders of reality fade, and the real-world threat of fascism looms. The full script for Jaguar Woman was solicited by an Off-Broadway company in 2019. Wish us luck!