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Baruch Porras-Hernandez

Artist Talk and some Stand-Up Storytelling with writer, performer, and stand-up comedian, Baruch Porras-Hernandez! Baruch (@baruchporrashernandez) discussed the creation of the We Can Be Heroes project, talked about his collaborators, and read some excerpts from the script, soon to be transformed into a graphic novel! Find out who his favorite Latino superheroes are and chat

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Artist Talk May 1st with Mercedes Floresislas

Mercedes Floresislas

Playwright Mercedes Floresislas, who has been commissioned by MACLA, through the Gerbode Foundation, to write a new play, shared her writing process and told us about what she’s currently working on, Los Bastardos, an original trilingual play (English, Spanish, American Sign Language – ASL).  Watch again her inspiring talk in the discussion section of our

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Chiquy Mejia

Please join MACLA for Salsa Solo Foot Work and Choreography, led by Chiquy Mejia! Practice, learn individual salsa steps, and make choreography to show off to your friends. Dancing reduces weight and stress, and improves heart health, coordination, and memory. Chiquy’s philosophy is Dance like no one is watching. Chiquy Mejia, originally born in Caracas

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Mónica María

Mónica María’s music reflects her Californian roots mixed with traditional, earthly and contemporary sounds of Latin America. A vocalist, multi instrumentalist and composer, her songs are innovative and expressive of a world where cultures coexist, where fear is transformed by compassion, where we learn to truly love ourselves, and where we view the world from

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Paul S. Flores

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

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DJ Latinidad’s Latino Dance Party

MACLA Presents DJ Latinidad's Latino Dance Party, Friday-Sunday, February 17-19, 2017 Tickets:   From the dance party music of the Boogie Down Bronx to the Latin Alternative sounds of Nortec Collective, Mark Valdez’ DJ Latinidad’s Latino Dance Party is an immersive theater experience of dance, drama and comedy woven together by the music of legendary

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Love, Food, Love (2014)

written and directed by Robert Karimi with special guests John Castro, Leticia Hernandez-Linares, Tomas Riley, Jessica Lopez Lyman and  more February 14- 16, 2014 Love, Food, Love was equal parts cooking show and theater performance, and above all, an interactive experience where audiences connected around our love of food, our stories, and the similarities among our

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Grados Inefables/Ineffable Degrees (2013)

By Desmar Guevara, featuring Nelson Ojeda on piano and the Classical Revolution String Quartet April 26–28, 2013 Grados Inefables (Ineffable Degrees) is a daring new work of contemporary classical music, which draws from the rich musical traditions of Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, its diasporas and the symbolic universe of Freemasonry.

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PLACAS: The Most Dangerous Tattoo (2012)

A play by Paul S. Flores, developed with & directed by Michael John Garcés Starring Ricardo Salinas of Culture Clash October 5—14, 2012 Placas is a stage drama about family, transformation and redemption that focuses on a former Salvadorean gang member in the barrio of San Francisco trying to reclaim his family while letting go

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Voces Del Desierto/Voices of the Desert (2012)

An original concept and composition by Guillermo Galindo, performed by Quinteto Latino March 16–18, 2012 World Premiere Voces del Desierto is a multi-disciplinary musical composition inspired by the journey of all those who dare to cross borders in search of a better life. This original and eclectic work includes traditional wind instruments and instruments made

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