“In his quest for the Fountain of Youth, the famed explorer Ponce de Léon encounters the Aztec goddess Coatlicue, mother of miscarriages, and the pair begins a love affair that lasts through the ages...” Such is the story that unfolds in the strange museum of a roadside attraction, hosted by a choir of sinister and delightful dead babies: featuring human sacrifice, meddlesome gods, and the end of the world more than once.

The Route 19 Choir
of Dead Babies
Invites You to Visit
"The Fountain of Youth"

  • May 2014, Reading: Great Plains Theatre Conference, Omaha NE.

  • July 2013, Reading: Hollins Playwrights Festival, Roanoke VA.

Written with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Great Plains Theatre Conference, the MacDowell Colony, and the Djerassi Resident Artists Program.