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Based on Court Transcripts
Text by Rascón Banda & Carlos Morton
Adapted and Directed by Cora Cardona
Featuring Travis Stuebing, Marbella Barreto, Armando Monsivais, Kasey Tackett, Robert Moreno and James Kille
The program includes The Young Ones, a brief contemporary dance piece choreographed by Danielle Georgiou, followed by Santos: A Wandering Soul, which is part of Teatro Dallas’ annual Days of the Dead celebration, the first of its kind in Dallas since 1986, a year after Teatro Dallas was founded.
Santos: A Wandering Soul is a combination of the court transcripts that were given in 1993 to researchers and producers Jeff Hurst and Cora Cardona by Rubén Sandoval, a civil rights attorney who's now deceased. The play uses text by Rascón Banda from the original play. This is a collaborative work among Carlos Morton, Jeff Hurst and Cora Cardona with additional writing by Kasey Tackett.
Running time: 70 minutes.