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La Victima – Archival Video Presentation of Latino Theater Company

Date
Sep 17, 2020 @ 12:00 AM
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
thelatc.org
Council District
City Council District 14
Event Series Dates
September 15 - 24
A groundbreaking look, infused with humor, music and dance, at the history of Mexican-U.S. immigration from the intimate perspective of two families. Originally created by El Teatro De La Esperanza, a company that helped define Chicano theater and an entire generation of theater professionals, La Victima was the first show ever produced by the Latino Theater Company, in 1985. Watch archival footage of LTC’s 2010 revival featuring the late Lupe Ontiveras (Selena, Desperate Housewives), who was one of LTC’s founding company members. A follow-up, online conversation with the artists will take place on  September 16.

Location

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