14 was inspired by the true-life event in May 2001 in which a smuggler abandoned 30 Mexicans crossing the desert near Yuma, Ariz., resulting in 14 deaths due to dehydration. The play is an ethnographic exploration of immigration in the United States, in particular, coming from the perspectives of people living on the Arizona (U.S.) border and Mexico. While the play is set in the Southwest, it is reflective of the type of dialogue happening nationwide. It is a fictionalized series of monologues based on playwright interviews and public accounts of Arizonans and Mexicans and their different attitudes toward the contemporary issues of not only immigration but also race and public policy.

Presented by Theatre Prometheus

Show Type
Running Time
120 minutes
(1 Intermission)
Appropriate For All Ages Price Ranges
$20 - $30

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Schedule Open/Close Dates: 04/26/2019 - 05/12/2019
Sunday 03:00pm--
Monday ---
Tuesday ---
Wednesday ---
Thursday ---
Friday 08:00pm--
Saturday 08:00pm--
Important Dates

Special Performances

  • 05/02/2019 - 8:00pm Pay What You Can
  • 05/09/2019 - 8:00pm Pay What You Can

Extra Performances

  • 05/04/2019 - 3:00pm
Performer Role
Meredith Garagiola
Thomas Howley
Cristina Sanchez
Lalo Medina
Production Personnel
José Casas
Lauren Patton
Costume Designer
Kristina Martin
Set Designer
Eric McMorris
Sound Designer
Denise Rose
Lighting Designer
E-hui Woo
Projections/Media Designer
Nitsan Scharf
Chelsea Radigan, Assistant Director


Caos on F
923 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20004

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  • Metro Center (Blue/Orange/Red Lines)


  • Street parking
  • Paid garages


  • This venue is not wheelchair accessible.
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