For years Gabriela has played the good housewife while Benito has become more and more distant. His experiences in the Persian Gulf War have turned him into a mystery, causing his wife to ask herself, "I wonder if I can get him back. I wonder if I want him back. I wonder if I care anymore." For answers, Gabriela turns to her dear old friend the Moon, who settles in her backyard, bickering with the young boy next door who spends his nights spying on Gabriela. Meanwhile, her Cat finds herself in a passionate and mercurial relationship with a Coyote who has recently moved into town. Cara Mía Theatre Co. invites audiences into the world of References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot by Obie award-winning playwright José Rivera. Theatergoers will be invited onto the stage for an intimate experience in which the Latino Cultural Center's vast 300-seat proscenium theater is transformed into a small blackbox. Featuring actors from Cara Mía's artistic ensemble, as well as current theater students at Southern Methodist University, References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot will put actors and audience members within reach in this regional premiere of a modern day classic by one of the country's most renowned contemporary Latino playwrights. Ensemble member Ruben Carrazana makes his directorial debut with this regional southwestern premiere. The cast includes Elizabeth Berkman, Stephanie Cleghorn Jasso, Ivan Jasso, Marcus Pinon, and Seun Soyemi.