Where Did We Sit on the Bus? | Theater & Performance | Chicago Reader

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When: 2/22-3/7: available anytime with purchase

Victory Gardens Theater and Geva Theatre Center of Rochester, New York, present Brian Quijada's solo show about Latinx identity and the civil rights movement. This streaming production was recorded in 2017 during Victory Gardens's "Up Close and Personal" series, and is directed by former VG artistic director Chay Yew. The title comes from a question that Quijada asked in third grade during a lesson about Rosa Parks. Reader critic Matt de la Peña wrote "In the vein of John Leguizamo’s Ghetto Klown, the 90-minute performance, directed by Chay Yew, is as funny as it is poignant: expertly crafted, deftly poetic, and unabashedly authentic. You’ll laugh, cry, cheer —your only regret will be that you didn’t get to do it longer."

Price: $30, $10 students

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