Join us for a special presentation of excerpts from “UN-” during this Downtown at Sundown.
“UN-“ is a collection of stories written by Latinx authors locally and nationwide. They reclaim what it means to be American by amplifying the voices of Dreamers, DACA recipients, and the undocumented who’ve been disenfranchised around citizenship. The bilingual production weaves together movement, song, film, and poetry to tell stories of how immigrants make it through this country in times of trouble, in times of triumph, and in their everyday lives.
Performances at 6:30 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.
Featuring SDSU students, alumni, and faculty on all aspects of production.
Written by: Kennedy Garcia, Jesus Valles, Cynthia Ochoa, Marielle Vizcarra, Diana Burbano, Georgina Escobar, Mario Vega with Eliza Vedar, and Mabelle Reynoso
Directed by: Peter Cirino, Associate Professor, School of Theatre, Television and Film.
Produced by: TuYo
Downtown at Sundown is in partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCASD) on the third Thursday of every month from 5 to 8 p.m. Neighborhood dining and drinks include AAHARN and the Stone Brewing Company Store.
Check MCASD website for details about each month’s activities.
Free and open to the public.