Do You Know Who I Am?
Autobiographical Monologues Written and Performed by Undocumented Americans in Our Community
Saturday, March 30, 7 p.m.
Five young adults from the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC) and Voices Of Immigrant Children for Education and Equality (VOICE) have been working with professional autobiographical monologue coach Kirsten Wilson to speak about their experience as undocumented Americans. Come hear their stories, and come prepared to understand what it is like to be an immigrant who is undocumented in our community. Question and answers with both immigrant rights attorney Laurel Herndon and with the performers will be woven into the evening.
Performers Include: Oscar Juarez, Victor Galvan, Hugo Juarez, Ana Cristina Temu and Juan Juarez
When: Saturday, March 30, 7 p.m.
Where: The Dairy Center for the Arts, East Theater @ 2590 Walnut St. in Boulder
TIX: Tickets can be reserved only by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.(They are are notavailable through the Dairy Center.) When you e-mail us tell us your name, how many tickets and your contact number. Seating is limited to 95 at this special workshopped performance.
Cost: Tickets are by donation at the door.
“Do You Know Who I Am?” is a production of Motus Theater for One Action-One Boulder in collaboration with VOICE, CIRC, Latinos in Full Effect, Longmont Youth for Equality and The Immigration Legal Center of Boulder County.
Monologue performance coach and director Kirsten Wilson is the creator of the award-winning performance on Boulder history, Rocks Karma Arrows, as well as Letting the Body Speak: The Autobiographical Monologue Class.