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What inspired your decision to kick-off the season with that particular play? Ivan Vega: The choice to produce La Gringa was quite easy and there are many reasons why we did so. Thirdly, UTC is known for producing heavy and aggressive themed plays so going with a comedy was a good change up, especially, since it takes place during the Christmas holiday. Lastly, it was an opportunity to work with Mikey O and Carmen Rivera again, both of whom we love and respect.
What vital aspect of the stories told in the play resonated with you the most? The sense of identity and belonging. The process has been very smooth and rewarding with both Mikey and Miranda. Mikey and I go way back. Our partnership together has been seamless. She has a great background in comedy performance and direction through her decade of experience with Teatro Luna and beyond, and she brings that sense of ensemble work to this production.
This experience has been a rewarding one. Given the harmful dialogue surrounding the immigrant community, how important is a play like La Gringa for our community? Even though Carmen Rivera captured the Puerto Rican experience in La Gringa, it speaks to anyone who is a first generation born in America.
This is my story. For a moment, I grew up thinking I was Mexican. My grandparents, on the other hand, lived in the heart of Humboldt Park, so I had the best of both worlds growing up.
When I was a kid I would travel to Puerto Rico with my family during summer breaks and Christmas holidays. So that sense of belonging as I mentioned before is something we all look for. No one has the right of determining that for us. That comes from within. What do you hope is the takeaway? A sense of pride. A sense of community.
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La Gringa (en español)
Kilabar Maria marked it as to-read Sep 17, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The set should NOT be realistic though — minimal furniture — maybe 2 chairs. Ashlyn marked it as to-read Feb 15, And yeah the play did have a nice central theme, but it was too Yessi marked it as to-read Nov 29, Bunty Sood added it Oct 23, Talia added it Aug 13, Sign in to your Samuel French account. Books by Carmen Rivera.
La Gringa (English Version)