Bringing the Art to the Audience is our popular staged reading series, which last season featured readings at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), the African American Art and Culture Complex,The Eastbay Center for the Performing Arts in Richmond, The Oakland School for the Arts, and Joyce Gordon Gallery.
This year we will expand our partnerships, to include the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the Brava Theatre Center, and Oakland's Eastside Arts Alliance.
Admission to most Bringing the Art to the Audience events is free. All LHT season subscribers will enjoy free access to all Bringing The Art To The Audience events! (Non-LHT-subscribers and non-MoAD-members must pay regular MoAD admission to attend readings at MoAD.)
Watch this page for dates and times.
January 11, 2014
To Be Announced
Joyce Gordon Gallery
406 Fourteenth St. Downtown Oakland, CA 94612
Date To Be Announced
by Andrew Saito
staged reading directed by Steven Anthony Jones
Visiting the Río Grande to commemorate the anniversary of her daughter’s death years before, Francisca Warrior becomes a wanted woman when she murders two minutemen poised to rape Rosario Chen, a refugee immigrant from Guatemala. One a fugitive, the other undocumented, the two women flee the law, represented by Border Patrol agent Reynaldo Madrid, who pursues them through a region where culture, politics, and land all become sites of conflict and contradiction.
Brava Theatre Center
2781 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
More readings will be announced soon.
Bringing the Art to the Audience is brought to you through generous support from the California Arts Council: Your Tax Dollars at Work, and from patrons like you.
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