Award-Winning “The Stories of Cesar Chavez” Returns to The Found Theatre For Limited Three-Week Engagement
2010-09-27 · By Editor
“The Stories of Cesar Chavez,” written and performed by Fred Blanco, is a dramatic look at the real life civil rights leader as he builds a union and creates a movement. Brilliantly acted, historically accurate, and as timely as today’s headlines, Blanco’s powerful one-man show returns to The Found after a critically acclaimed national tour. Celebrated as one of the most influential and inspirational civil rights leaders of our time, Cesar Chavez fought to bring dignity and social justice to migrant farm workers through his philosophy of peace and hope. Don’t miss this limited three-week engagement of the show just named “Best of the San Francisco Fringe Festival 2010.“
Dates & Times: Friday & Saturday, October 1 & 2, 8 & 9, 22 & 23–8 p.m.
Family Friendly Matinees: Sunday, October 3, 10 & 24–2 p.m.
Tickets: Evening performances: $10. Sunday matinees: $5 all ages.
Information & Reservations: 562/433-3363 or the Found Theatre website.
Venue: The Found Theatre, 599 Long Beach Blvd. (corner 6th St. & Long Beach Blvd.), Long Beach, CA 90802