Hi everyone, been working non stop since coming back from LA. Small update, Lambda was AWESOME! I met so many incredible poets, worked on my writing and on my night off, I won The Moth LA. Woo!
But I’m back, and have been working hard to put some exciting shows together. This one is very close to my heart, since I am from Mexico. I’m honored to announce that I’m working with KQED again, this time to put together a show that will celebrate Latino Heritage at Brava Theatre!!
KQED is proud to showcase Local Heroes and home grown, Bay Area talent.
Comedian: Lydia Popovich!
Music by: La Misa Negra!
KQED Local Heroes: Paul S.Flores and Diana Albarran Chicas, who exemplify the sense of pride and place among Bay Area Latinos.
This event is co-sponsored by Brava Theater and is curated in partnership with Galería De La Raza and ME!! YAy, if you had fun at the show I did with KQED and StoryCorps at The Chapel you are going to love this event, and, AND, there might be free tamales, FREE TAMALES PEOPLE!!!!
Doors Open at 6:00pm
Event starts at 6:30pm
Funding for KQED Arts is provided by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
I’m very honored that on that stage I’m going to be joined by a very special lady. She is an educator, a writer, singer, performer, organizer, and of course a poet, and runs the Lunada Literary Lounge, a show that changed my life, really. Her name is Sandra García Rivera, she will join me on stage and do a poem, then help me award one of the Local Heroes of the night. With both of us on stage, the Brava Theatre might get too hot and faint from how sexy we both are.
SEPTEMBER 24TH, Wednesday 6:30, FREE, at Brava Theatre 2781 24th Street, San Francisco CA 94110
Guys, this event will be packed, our last show was super packed, we almost had to turn some people away, so it is very important that you rsvp to this event,by Clicking here
can’t wait to see you all there. Much love