The Marsh Youth Theater & MOVING BEYOND productions present
Matters of Life and Death
MYT Director, Dena Martinez
November 2 | Sunday | 4:00pm — 5:30pm
Come join The Marsh Youth Theater & Moving Beyond productions for a community event honoring our loved ones who have passed for Dia de los Muertos. MYT’s Hip Hop & World Dance will be performing along with a group of adults. It’s a multigenerational celebration of life and those who have passed over and guide us. We will have stories, dances, and food to share. We are celebrating the connections between Life and Death; and how our loved ones who have passed stay alive in our hearts, minds, and bodies. Potluck to follow. Bring your own loved ones’ stories, memories, and favorite foods to share.
Phone: 415-826-5750 x3
Moving Beyond Productions (MBP), directed by Rebecca Cervantes, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation dedicated to empowering youth through cross-cultural arts learning. We are committed to providing low-income and underserved young people with dance training, leadership opportunities, and performance experience. Students learn to discover their unique style through creative movement and studying multiple styles of dance.
Alisa Clayton started dancing at an early age and has enjoyed a career as a professional dancer in San Francisco, New York and Seattle. She currently teaches dance to children in elementary schools around the Bay Area.She lives in the Mission with her husband and two daughters.
Darrick Clayton trained and worked as an actor in San Francisco and Seattle. He now lives in the Mission and is the father of 2 lovely girls.
Ran Mochizuki was born and raised in Japan and ended up at Cal. She enjoys her life in the Bay Area as a dancer and a storyteller.
Homero Rosas is a Marsh veteran with over five years of theatre experience. Some might remember him from plays like Siddhartha, In and Out of Shadows, and Too Many Tamales. Currently a student at City College and hopefully a student of SF State in the near future.
Rosa Lisbeth Navarrete is a writer, performer, and filmmaker. She’s a graduate of Inner-
City Filmmakers and UC Berkeley. Past performances include Bindlestiff Studio reading of After Crucifixion (2014), Teatro Project’s abridged reading of Zoot Suit (2014), Faultline
Theater’s The Life Machine (2013), Navigating in a Whiteout (2013), From the Field to the Table with UBW Leadership Institute and TDPS at Cal (2012), and Berkeley Dance Project (2012). She is honored to be performing with this community. rosalnavarrete.blogspot.com
Tickets: $10-$15 suggested donation
To purchase tickets, please click on the date below:
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- November 6, 2016 5:00 PMVictory for the Recycled Virgin 11-06-16
No one turned away for lack of funds