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Maria Circular Dance, a United States premiere at Borderlands Theater in Tucson, AZ. This production was reproduce for the first National Latino Theater Festival "Encuentro" at the Los Angeles Theater Center.
My wife Arlene and I performed at Queens Theater and get a write up in the New York Times! - "Camilo Almonacid’s “After the Crowds,” a subtle two-hander featuring immigrant janitors from Colombia (Eric Aviles and Arlene Chico-Lugo) on cleanup duty in 1964. It is smartly broken up into three parts, and with each appearance the two deepen a portrait that by the end encompasses immigrants of all sorts in all times."
My wife Arlene and I wrote and performed an original performance about Isidor and Ida Straus who died in the sinking of the Titanic. Performed at the Woodlawn Cemetery during the Halloween weekend.
La Paloma Prisoner by Raquel Almazan directed by Charlotte Brathwaite
Creating original devise theatre based on personal lived experiences with youth in Dayton, Ohio. In partnership with the Muse Machine and Ping Chong & Company.