Sent: Monday, August 28, 2006 12:35 PM
Subject: [Tucson Actors] Borderlands Theater
Borderlands Theater is looking to fill two roles in its 1st production
of the season "A Visitor's Guide to Arivaca" By Evangeline Ordaz
Needed: 2 male, Native American actors Age 35+ and 45+
Please contact Barclay Goldsmith for an audition.
Actors will receive a small stipend. Rehearsals have begun, the play
opens September 23rd and runs only that weekend.
Barclay Goldsmith: 520-882-8607
BORDERLANDS THEATER TO PRESENT THE PLAY A VISITOR'S GUIDE TO ARIVACA
MAP NOT TO SCALE BY EVANGELINE ORDAZ (Developmental Production),
SEPTEMBER 23 & 24 AT THE LEO RICH THEATRE, 260 S. CHURCH.
This new play examines the intersection of human lives and experiences
in our border region. What happens when migrants, ranchers, Native
Americans and Samaritan groups encounter one another? A sharp
commentary on the law versus fundamental human needs. An original
drama inspired by interviews and stories of local residents who
struggle with these critical issues.
Los Angeles-based playwright Evangeline Ordaz has traveled to Tucson
several times during the past year, in order to develop the play.
During these visits she has traveled in the region and she has
interviewed members of the Samaritan Patrol, Humane Borders, No More
Deaths, as well as local residents.
Directed by Barclay Goldsmith, A Visitors Guide to Arivaca will also
be performed in Mexico City at the Círculo Teatral, January 2007, with
local actors and in Spanish, as part of Borderlands Theater
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