On May 24th, ÁNIMO Theatre Company presents this exciting event to honor the legacy of migrant workers. The story is based on Braceros who came to California during World War II as part of the Bracero Program as legal farm laborers. Set in the 1950s at the height of the program, the show is a dynamic one-act Mariachi Opera which fuses mariachi music, ballet folklorico, and powerful opera style set pieces. Featuring Mariachi Águilas de J. Carlos Ozuna, one of the premiere mariachi ensembles in California.
This May 24th performance will be at the Ventura Performing Arts Center at 4667 Telegraph Road, Ventura. For more information and tickets click here.