(event) PRFD Sembrando Herencia 2015 - Mi Tierra Boricua (Dec 5 & 6)

Event Category: 
Non-Texas-Folklife Event
Event Date: 
Sat Dec 5, 2015 - 6:30PM

NOW TWO SHOWS - tickets now on sale! 
Don't wait - our last show in this theatre sold out.

TICKETS ONLINE: http://casita.prfdance.org/sembrando2015
Sembrando Herencia 2015 - Mi Tierra Boricua
Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 6:30pm
Sunday, December 6, 2015 at 3:00pm
Carver Museum - Boyd Vance Theatre
1165 Angelina St, Austin, TX 78702

SHARE OUR FLYER: http://prfdance.org/flyers/sembrando2015.MiTierraBoricua.poster_11x17.pdf

They followed their dreams in search of a better life. Little did they know the mountain that awaited them.

Join Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance for Mi Tierra Boricua, a refreshing blend of fun and adventure that brings oral history to life through theater, traditional music and dance. Written in English, Spanish, and Taino, this drama tells the story of a mountain tobacco community in the 1940s and the adventures they face as they leave the mountains of Puerto Rico in search of a better life. Featuring the poetry of Julia de Burgos, this drama will inspire you to consider your own journey.

Save by purchasing tickets in advance!

Adult tickets are $15.00 in advance ($20.00 day of the show). Child tickets (ages 3-12) are $5.00. Lap children 2 and under are free. Also available Saturdays at the Puerto Rican Cultural Center (10am-1pm). General admission seating.

BUY TICKETS ONLINE: https://casita.prfdance.org/sembrando2015 
ALSO ON SALE at our Puerto Rican Cultural Center, Saturdays 10am-1pm. DIRECTIONS TO THEATER: The George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center is located east of downtown Austin at the corner of Rosewood Ave and Angelina St. From I-35, take 11th St East. Follow the road as it forks to the left and becomes Rosewood Ave. Follow Rosewood Ave two blocks to Angelina St.

Our 13th original production, Mi Tierra Boricua, was written by Tekina-eiru Maynard with the support of community elders in Puerto Rico including Jesus Reyes and others from Tekina-eiru's pueblo Taino who shared oral history and memories of the mountains of Boriken from days gone by. Thank you to Zulmarie Alverio for sharing poetry and insights on the world that Julia de Burgos described. Last but not least, special thanks to actor Luis Olmeda for his mentorship in script writing.

The Sembrando Herencia 2015 community theater program is made possible in part by funding and support from Target, Austin Friends of Folk Arts, Texas Folklife, Texas Puerto Rican Foundation, Texas Commission on the Arts, and by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department. 

Please consider joining the list of many private sponsors who support our work. (http://prfdance.org/sponsors.htm)




For more information:
Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance & Cultural Center
Center Location: 701 Tillery Street, Austin TX 78702
Website: http://www.prfdance.org/
Email: dance@prfdance.org
Phone: (512)251-8122

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