Thank you for joining us for
THE CORRIDO OF THE SAN PATRICIOS
By Beto O'Byrne
Developed with Radical Evolution and El Teatro Campesino
Directed by Kinan Valdez
Saturday, June 14 @ 7 PM
Monday, June 16 @ 7 PM
All proceeds from this work-in-progress presentation were donated to The Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights. We are honored to share that our community collectively contributed $1,188 to this important organization working on behalf of immigrant children.
Featuring: Carlo Albán, Oscar Cabrera, Jonathan Hernandez, Kathiamarice Lopez, Annie Henk, Sandra Soto-Silva
Musicians: Chas Croslin, Noé Yaocoatl Montoya
In 1846, two hundred US soldiers defect from the American army to fight for Mexico in one of the most unjust conflicts of the 19th century - The Mexican-American War. These Irish immigrants came to be known as Los San Patricios, revered in Mexico and Ireland as folk heroes, and considered traitors to the US military. A collaboration between Radical Evolutionand El Teatro Campesino, this play with music explores a little-known legend to ask pressing questions around immigration, citizenship, and what happens when people follow their conscience to actively disrupt political systems.
For more info on the history and development of The Corrido of the San Patricios, click here.
This workshop was made possible in part by the MAP Fund, Supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and by Pregones/PRTT's ASAP Artist Space Program.