The Long Road Today by Jose Cruz Gonzalez

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The Long Road Today/El Largo Camino de Hoy
written by / escrita por José Cruz González
music by / música por Moisés Vázquez
words by / letras por Moisés Vázquez y José Cruz González
directed by / dirigida por Armando Molina
CITY OF SANTA ANA CIVIC CENTER PLAZA
September 18, 2014 – September 28, 2014
long road today
For the last two years, nearly 1,000 Santa Ana residents have gathered to share their stories and memories. Their words and experiences inspired a powerful and touching new play about community, hope and healing.  A cast and crew of nearly 100 residents from all walks of life will bring the story to life through theatre, music and dance in at Santa Ana’s Civic Center Plaza.

The Long Road Today / El Largo Camino de Hoy

With no park in his neighborhood, young Andrés plays in the street. One day, he chases a stray ball into tragedy. Two families and a community must confront the aftermath and take action to make a change.

Opening Night: September 19, 2014
Regular Performances: September 20-21 and 26-28, 2014

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About amolina

Armando Molina is a director and actor with a background in theater development. His recent directing credits include “Anna In The Tropics” by Nilo Cruz at PCPA Theaterfest in Santa Maria California; “Conjunto” by Oliver Mayer at Borderlands Theater Company in Tucson Arizona; “Living Out” By Lisa Loomer at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto, California, and at Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis; and “The Waiting Room” by Lisa Loomer at Company of Angels in Los Angeles. Armando recently received national recognition from the NEA and the Theater Communications Group as a recipient of their Career Development Program for Directors.
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