Borderlands Theater 2012-2013
Wind in the Shadows: Mi Boca Abierta
A New Play Written, Devised and Directed by
Alida Holguín Wilson-Gunn
Listen, the wind is blowing...
Like forgotten ash in burrows underground, so are stories from our youth. These voices stir and swirl through theatrical storytelling, movement and spoken word, into an original touring script.
MARCH 23rd ONLY!
2PM BEOWULF ALLEY THEATRE
11 S. 6TH AVENUE
The Coyote y Culebra Youth Project's Wind in the Shadows: Mi Boca Abierta, is designed to empower students by nurturing their voices through writing,
beyond academic confines.
Now in its 8th year, this program employs classroom
workshops to create fresh new theater. Sharing their own stories gives students an opportunity to learn more about one another while teaching valuable lessons through collaboration, theater games, writing
and story telling activities.
This season the Coyote Project partnered with: Poet, Logan Phillips; the Ajo Community Players; ISDA
Las Artes GED program students; AUSD students; and students with Desert View High School. These tales of life are celebrated and interpreted with professional and community actors through drama, improv, and theatrical storytelling.
March 23rd 2pm Only!
$5 Students & Desert View Family Members, $7 General
y Vatos Perdidos/
Unstoppable Chicas and Lost Vatos
Tlaltecuhtli, the ancient Aztec Earth Goddess of birth and death, both
kind and terrifying, blesses our 27th season. In our three plays, two young women and one young man
respond to the wispers of voices from the past, and with others struggle to overcome their own demons by converting these whispers into
shouts and song.
Youth Performances, Borderlands Theater Box Office: 520-882-7406 or
Special Thanks: Poet & Spoken Word Artist, Logan Phillips; Theater Arts Teacher & Actress, Ericka Quintero; and Desert View High School
Funded in Part by:Arizona Commission on the Arts,Tucson Pima Arts Council, the Ajo Community Players, AUSD, and Desert View High School
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