Theatre is often seen merely as a traditional art form, a concept existing independently from the issues of the outside world. Perloff will explore from both a local and national perspective some of the pressing issues in American theater today, including the role of theater in regards to technology, politics, and diversity. Come join us this Tuesday, March 21st at 6pm. The event is subject to the standard event policies listed on our website bforu.
Theatre is often seen merely as a traditional art form, a concept existing independently from the issues of the outside world. Perloff will explore from both a local and national perspective some of the pressing issues in American theater today, including the role of theater in regards to technology, politics, and diversity.
Come join us this Tuesday, March 21st at 6pm.
The event is subject to the standard event policies listed on our website bforu. Best known as the founder and long-time artistic director of El Teatro Campesino, Mr. From the central valley of California, El Teatro Campesino became a major force in the transformation of American theater of the 20th century.
Born out of the Chicano civil rights movement, the work of Luis Valdez extends for half of a century in the formation of a local and continental philosophy of cultural expression and activism. As El Teatro Campesino prepares for its 50th anniversary inthis is an extraordinary opportunity for the Berkeley campus and the Bay Area community to hear from and interact with Mr.
We honor his vital contributions to the arts in our region and worldwide. Central to his work as director of El Teatro Campesino, Valdez writes the stories of the life and labor of not only farmworkers, but also urban youth, the poor and working middle class.
Zoot Suit became the first Chicano play to be staged on Broadway. Everything that came after him was informed by him. Currently, Valdez is developing work on the most pressing issues of our time in climate change and global warming with the city of Monterey, California. The actos brought attention to the exploitation of workers in the fields in a theater by and for farmworkers.
It exposed the dynamics of the agricultural industry and law enforcement corruption in a theater imbued with humor and creativity. Their work continued through dozens of original staged productions, trainings and the development of a philosophy of Chicano theater based on a genealogy of Mayan and Aztec world-view and performance, community and intergenerational kinship.
The work of El Teatro Campesino catalyzed the Chicano Power Movement of the s and 70s, and has continued to inspire generations of theater practitioners dedicated to theater of political and social change.
The Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies teaches performance as a mode of critical inquiry, creative expression and public engagement.
Through performance training and research, we create liberal arts graduates with expanded analytical, technical and imaginative capacities. As a public institution, we make diversity and inclusion a key part of our teaching, art making and public programming.
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