News: Undermain Theatre Presents THE WAY SHE SPOKE


The Way She Spoke

By Isaac Gómez

A regional premiere

June 1 - 18, 2023

Undermain Theatre is proud to present The Way She Spoke, a haunting one-woman play, featuring Gigi Cervantes, which travels from the stage to the treacherous streets of Juárez, Mexico, where thousands of women have been murdered for decades in an epidemic of violence that has yet to stop.

Written by Isaac Gómez, based on their intimate interviews, the play is a raw and riveting exploration of responsibility: one playwright's journey to give voice to a city of women silenced by violence, fear and a world that has turned a deaf ear to their stories.

Tickets are on sale now!                  


Featuring Gigi Cervantes

Gigi Cervantes
Photo: Evan Michael Woods

Directed by Blake Hackler

Design Team:

Scenic designer: Scott Osbourne, Lighting designer: *Steve Woods, Sound designer: *Paul Semrad, and Cultural Consultant/Dramaturg/Assistant Director: Maria Serena

*Undermain Company member

Isaac Gómez
Photo: Concord Theatricals



The performances will be help at Undermain Theatre, 3200 Main Street in the historic Deep Ellum section of Dallas.

Tickets are available at


Tickets prices:

Previews: $15

Thursdays: $20

Fridays: $25

Saturdays: $30

Sunday Matinees: $20


Student, Senior and KERA discounts are available by calling the box office at 214-747-5515.



Now in its 39th season, Undermain Theatre is a company of artists that has produced  world premieres, regional premieres and countless re-workings of masterpieces that celebrate language and poetics. Undermain’s work stretches beyond its home state of Texas and has reached audiences in New York, Los Angeles, Canada, Greece, Macedonia and Serbia. The San Diego Union Tribune called Undermain “one of the best small theaters in America.” The theater collaborates with playwrights, supports a theater archive and operates a theater under 3200 Main Street in Dallas’ legendary Deep Ellum.

Producing Artistic Director: Bruce DuBose, Managing Producer: Anthony L. Ramirez


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