Performances begin August 29 for the 30th anniversary production of August 29, named for the date in 1970 when Los Angeles Times columnist Ruben Salazar was killed while covering a large Chicano-led anti-war demonstration in East L.A., opens, appropriately, on Aug. 29. A university professor relives those late 1960s, early 1970s movement days while writing a book on the life of Salazar, who comes to life to help her recall the past and to challenge her to renew her activism. The play was written and first produced by members of the Latino Theater Company, then known as the Latino Theater Lab, in 1990. Directed by Alberto Barboza.
(Aug. 29 – Sept. 20: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 4 p,m)
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