Friends, join playwright, performer and poet Paul S. Flores for MACLA’s “Stories From La Sala,” Friday, April 3, for a live poetry reading and poetry workshop streamed from la sala, or from Paul’s living room.
Flores will present work based on the theme “For My People,” aimed at inspiring and raising consciousness about all the people, family members, friends, and artists who are “essential workers” and humans in this battle against the Covid-19 virus. Flores will perform inspiring poems about Latino culture, food, family, and his hometown of San Francisco, and then ask the audience to write a poem dedicated to the people most essential to your survival.
Paul will be joined by his daughter Luna, 10 year old dancer and company member of Rising Rhythm SF, who will present a brief Hip-Hop dance performance.
More about Paul S. Flores @ www.paulsflores.art
MACLA is an inclusive contemporary arts space grounded in the Chicano/Latino experience that incubates new visual, literary and performance art in order to engage people in civic dialogue and community transformation.
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