Cutting to the heart of the immigration issue with sometimes comic, sometimes tragic, and poetic plots, the immigration, emigration and migration experience comes to life with a series of four short one-act plays. From a diverse group of characters we explore how and why we got here, and acknowledge the drive and bravery of immigrants everywhere.
Performance at 201 N Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701. This theatre event ranges from $10 to $16, with discounts for students, veterans, and seniors. General admission is $12. Two of the performances will be followed by post-show discussions, “Removing the Immigrant Shame,” between the cast, director, and audience. Reservations and tickets also available on the show’s website. Early Boat sale ends Novemeber 29 before midnight.
Parking available on N Bush Street behind the Old Santa Ana City Hall. Street parking also available.
All audience members welcome. Some content may not be appropriate for children under 16.
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