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Interview with a Mexican

Interview with a Mexican

Written by Anthony J. Garcia in collaboration with award-winning author Gustavo Arellano Nov 9-11, 2018

 

Interview with a Mexican uses satire, humor and political incorrectness to examine stereotypes, anti-immigration politics and misconceptions that outsiders hold about Mexican culture. Supported by the National Performance Network (NPN).


We Have Iré

We Have Iré

Dec 8, 2018

Experience excerpts of anew multidisciplinary theater work-in-progress by award-winning poet, performance artist, and playwright Paul S. Flores explores Cuban artists, immigration and Afro-Cuban themes. Developed with jazz composer Yosvany Terry, DJ Leydis, choreographer Ramón Ramos Alayó, and director Rosalba Rolón.

Analicia Sotelo

Analicia Sotelo

Feb 2, 2019

Analicia Sotelo is the author of Virgin, a collection of poems that seduce with history, folklore, and sensory detail—grilled meat, golden habañeros, and burnt sugar—before delivering clear-eyed and eviscerating insights into power, deceit, relationships, and ourselves. Presented with the Center for Literary Arts at San José State University.

AMAL

AMAL

Apr 12-14, 2019

Developed by Teo Castellanos, Music by Brimstone 127, Performance by the Combat Hippies

A new commissioned theater piece, AMAL delves into the impact of war on both combatants and noncombatants as people of color and explores the search for meaning, purpose, and identity through enlisting in the military, as well as Puerto Rico’s cultural and military heritage.

We Can Be Heroes

We Can Be Heroes

Aug 16-18, 2019

Developed by Baruch Porras Hernandez

 

 

 

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