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The Frontera Project

June 01 - June 04

Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre
Conrad Prebys Theatre Center

Photo Credits

The Frontera Project. Photo by Owens Daniels Photography.

The Frontera Project

Summary

An interactive, bilingual theatre experience created and performed by a company of Mexican and U.S. artists, using theatre, music, movement, and play to actively engage the audience in a compassionate, often joyous conversation about life at the U.S.–Mexico border.

Created and directed by Ramón Verdugo and Jessica Bauman
By Bárbara Perrín Rivemar and the Company (Lou Best, Cristóbal Dearie, Jesús Quintero, Jassiel Santillán, and Valeria Vega-Kuri)

The Frontera Project does not tell one Big Story. Rather, we build a mosaic of many small stories that celebrate the richness and contradictions of Fronterizo life. Specifically focused on Tijuana/San Diego, we explore the varied experiences of people on both sides of the Border – for audiences who may never have been there themselves. Our Subject is La Frontera. Our Mission is to create the possibility for recognition across difference – of perspective, identity, experience. We want to spark a dialogue about what divides us, and what we share. Making that connection is crossing a border.

Traffic Alert for Saturday, June 3 and Sunday, June 4

Although it may not affect traffic in the park itself, please be aware of road closures throughout San Diego for the Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon.