THERE’S NO SAND ON THE MOON by Pablo Muñoz-Evers

A family of refugees flees a war-torn country in the wake of a violent revolution. They board a ship whose captain promises to take them to a new home and a new life. The captain, however, has his own agenda, and there is more to the ship than meets the eye. THERE’S NO SAND ON THE MOON is a magical realism tale about displacement, belonging, sacrifice for one’s loved ones, and hope.

Pablo Muñoz-Evers is a Colombian-born playwright and actor. Recent play productions include Dreams, which was part of ScriptWorks’ OUT OF INK 2023: Family Traditions (the one at the end with the tuna sandwich transformation machine). His upcoming acting roles include Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet at the Curtain Theatre with The Baron’s Men all through April, and Troilus in Troilus and Cressida with Walking Shadow Shakespeare Project in May. He’s a former high school English teacher, he loves magical realism and anything dreamy and weird, and he strives to be, like his dog, Lulo, a very good boy.