2018 Works by Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble
by Breath of Fire Latina Theater
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About the Book
Fuego! is a collection of short plays and monologues that are a result of three years of transformation during which Breath of Fire has reemerged into an organization that serves as womb and incubator for underrepresented voices in theater. Your purchase of this collection supports workshops that bring seasoned writers, playwrights, and actors to facilitate high quality theater making workshops for local Orange County residents at no cost. No one is ever turned away for lack of experience. We are able to do this work through our CSUF’s Grand Central Arts Center artist residency in Downtown Santa Ana and donations made possible by individual supporters like you to help support or professional artists who share and teach their skills to our community of writers and cover our minimal overhead. We are an entirely volunteer-based arts organization. Edited by Adriana Alba. Cover photo by Anatalia Vallez. Contributed writers: Diana Burbano, Adriana Alba, Shanelle Darlene, Angela Estela Moore, Elizabeth Isela Szekeresh, Richard Soto, Sara Guerrero, Yolanda Mendiveles, Anatalia Vallez, Jacqueline Castañeda.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Nonprofits & Fundraising
Project Option: US Letter, 8.5×11 in, 22×28 cm
# of Pages: 48
- Publish Date: Feb 21, 2019
- Language English
- Keywords Latina, Playwriting, Theater, Plays, Orange County
About the Creator
Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble
Santa Ana, CA, USA
Vision: Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble creates opportunities and leadership roles for Latinas in the visual and performing arts. We aim to produce work that reflects impacts and empowers the Latino community. We believe in the transformative power of theater and aim to raise awareness of critical issues in the community, entertain and challenge, foster cross-cultural understanding, foster cross-cultural understanding and be a catalyst for personal healing and social justice.