April 24th: SLLC students present Original Works Inspired by Afro-Latin American Theatre
Stimulated by masterpieces of theater studied in the course on Teatro Afro-Latinoamericano, our students authored in Spanish monologues and dialogs around racial concerns experienced by characters. Now these original works will be presented to the public on Monday, April 24th, at 4pm in A&S 114.
Students staging their own creations: Jack Copeland, Maya Elste, Cameron Kerr-Grant, Hill González Sandiego, Danielle Levingston, Lenytte Matos, Abby McNally, Robert Safley, Sierra Spellman, Galen Zavala Sherby, Elizabeth Senu, Mateo Totime, Luisa Perez Torres.
Direction and Organization: Juanamaría Cordones-Cook
Sponsored by the School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures and the Afro-Romance Institute