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Please check in at National Hispanic Cultural Center's education building in the ballroom, Feel free to call us at 595.414.3738, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, for more details.
Words From the Walls is playing:
March 21st at 7pm
March 23rd at 7pm
at National Hispanic Cultural Center, Plaza Mayor
1701 4th St SW
Tickets for March 23rd at 7pm
Performed by Gina Shorten, Tara Rochelle, Celestina Mancha, Mikaele Rowe, Laura Rodriguez, Andrea Bear King, Julian Zuluaga, Muni Kulasinghe, and Nicolas Linares
Music by Muni Kulansinghe
Choreography by Gina Shorten
Words from the Walls is a site-specific performance that explores different points of view about walls that separate people. Some could be invisible walls, and some could be walls on paper. A non-conventional performance that mixes bilingual poetry, video projection, and physical theater on stilts, to create an ambulatory, theatrical experience. Weaving an intertwined story connected by poetry and visual images, stilters, live musicians, and a poet take audiences on a journey through the NHCC campus.
Words from the Walls is a unique performance for adults that takes audiences on a surreal theater- dance journey. Nemcatacoa Teatro is focused on narration through images and sound landscapes instead of a regular dramaturgy based on words. A bilingual tapestry of poems will help audiences go on this live experience with the company.
This performance is mobile and outdoors. Please let Tricklock staff know if you need assistance.