Immerse yourself into the 1950s Chicano Movement and join Gloria, a young farmworker’s daughter, as she follows César Chávez, leader of the United Farmworkers’ Union (UFW), in his historic march from Delano to Sacramento.
Su Teatro’s most successful touring play to date. This beautiful play tells the story of the United Farm Workers’ historic march from Delano to Sacramento in 1966 to protest poor working conditions through the experiences of one young girl who encourages her family to join the struggle.
The play features original music from the era, performed live, and audience interaction. Papi is suitable for all ages (K – 12).
Su Teatro celebrates its 50th anniversary and the United Farm Workers are celebrating 60!
Join us as we continue to celebrate Su Teatro’s 50th Anniversary with one of Su Teatro’s oldest pieces that haven’t been seen on stage as a full production in almost 20 years!
Written and Directed by Anthony J. Garcia
Produced by Micaela Garcia de Benavidez
Music Directed by Adolfo Romero
Vocal Director Ervia P. Davis
March 10 thru March 27
Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays – 7:30 pm
Matinee – Sunday, March 27, at 2 pm
For Group Rates please call the Box Office at (303)296-0219
All audience members (age 12 and over) must show:
1. Proof of full vaccination against COVID-19
2. Picture ID
- This event has passed.
Papi, Me, and César Chávez
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