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UndocuMonologues: Virtual from the Homes of our Undocumented Neighbors

UndocuMonologues: Virtual from the Homes of our Undocumented Neighbors Online

In UndocuMonologues: Virtual from the Homes of our Undocumented Neighbors, Motus Theater’s undocumented monologists invite you into their homes to share autobiographical monologues about their lives, hopes, fears, and dreams. Their monologues, delivered in an intimate virtual performance as if you were talking to a neighbor, interrupt the dehumanizing and racist anti-immigrant narratives This performance encourages thoughtful engagement with the challenges facing the undocumented community and the contributions immigrants bring to our country.

Autobiographical monologues by Tania Chairez, Alejandro Fuentes-Mena, Victor Galvan, and Armando Peniche. Each monologue is followed by a musical response by a guest musician. After the performance, the audience is invited to stay for a panel with special guest speakers and the UndocuMonologists.

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*The UndocuMonologues were created in a 17-week collaborative process between Motus Theater’s Artistic Director, Kirsten Wilson, and undocumented community leaders with D.A.C.A. (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals).


Generously sponsored by the Boulder Library Foundation

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Date:
Thursday, Sep 17 2020
Time:
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Audience:
  Adult     Teen  
Categories:
  Performances & Presentations     Virtual Program -- Recorded  
Online:
This is an online event.
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