The two-actor work about the physical remnants of a four-year relationship was developed through INTAR's New Works Lab. Bofill's plays also include Face Cream and They Killed Boo Boo.
Moreno stages the 75-minute play that will officially open June 7 for a limited run through June 26. The cast includes Jose Joaquin Perez and Liza Fernandez.
According to INTAR, "Drawn and Quartered is about the explosive reunion of a couple: Ana and Michael were together for four years – until the night of the big fight, when Michael left without coming back to get his stuff. After no contact for six months, Ana decides to sell the studio apartment they once shared, and on hearing Michael's down and out, hires him to do it. She leaves him instructions and upon her return two days later, finds he's thrown much more than paint on those banged up walls. What ensues is the volcanic grapple of two people – angry, impassioned, lacerated, and still very much in… something. A story about torture, pain, paint, and love, all to the beat of a live conga."
Scenic design is by Raul Abrego, costume design is by Meghan E. Healey and lighting design is by Maria Christina Fuste.
INTAR's theatre space is located at 500 West 52nd Street. For tickets visit INTARTheatre.