[theatre] World Premiere of Paul S. Flores’ “Pilgrim Street” // SF

September 13th – 16th
Z Space
450 Florida St, San Francisco, California 94110

Written by renown playwright, Paul S. Flores, and presented by Youth Speaks, Pilgrim Street will premiere in San Francisco on Thursday, September 13th at Z Space.

Pilgrim Street follows the struggle to reunite families in Stockton, California who have been separated by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), foster care, and the school to prison pipeline.

 

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About:

Based on the testimonies of Fathers and Families of San Joaquin re-entry program participants, trauma center clients and staff members, Pilgrim Street imagines Stockton in the near future as family members attempt to recover connection to their loved ones in and out of the system without getting arrested or deported.

In a gritty Stockton community known as Pilgrim Street 20 years in the future, “Ninyo” is an underground fixer who searches for lost children by hacking the biometric data archives of a fictional tech company GrupeTech and solicits the help of Da Mayor to create a plan to recover and transform Stockton’s children from victims to leaders of the future.

As a theater maker, Flores intends to build community around Pilgrim Street to help reduce trauma and recidivism in Stockton and California.

Pilgrim Street is an art project intersecting criminalization, immigration, and citizenship at a time when vulnerable communities are looking for solutions and strategies to protect themselves from violence at the hands of hostile state policies.

 

 

Details:

Dates & Times:
Thursday, September 13th 8:00pm
Friday, September 14th 8:00pm
Saturday, September 15th 8:00pm

Matinee Showtimes:
Friday, September 14th 2:00pm
Sunday, September 16th 2:00pm

Location:
ZSpace Theater
450 Florida Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

Tickets:
$5 Youth under 21/Seniors
$15 Groups 10 or more
$25 Adult GA

**All seating is General Admission

Featuring ensemble actors: Ricky Saenz Falling Rain, Brit Frazier Lisa Evans Perla Vanesa Barraza Michael Wayne Turner III Juan Wonway Amador Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe and Juan G. Berumen

Lighting by Maxi Miliano Urruzmendi
Sound by Chris Michael Sauced
Set by Tanya Orellana
Video by Joan Osato
Production Manager Brittany White
Stage Manager Ashley Smiley
Asst. Stage Manager Blessed

Email production@youthspeaks.org if you are a school or community organization for complimentary tickets.

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