When history is in the making, what do ordinary people do?
Don’t miss this hilarious and poignant comedy by Dillon Chitto that Sam Hurwitt calls, “a playful twist on forgotten history!”
A Rolling World Premiere!
February 16 – 26, 2023
Art Works Downtown
San Rafael, CA.
Dive deeper into PUEBLO REVOLT by revisiting last week’s conversation at Arts Research Center at UC Berkeley between playwright Dillon Chitto and Laurie Arnold!
Dillon Chitto, (he/him) is an Indigenous playwright of Mississippi Choctaw, and Isleta and Laguna Pueblo descent. Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico he grew up learning the importance of art, culture, and traditions. In his playwriting, he explores these ideas through the lens of comedy. He is presently based in Chicago, Illinois and is a company member of BoHo Theatre where he serves as literary manager. His first play Bingo Hall, developed by Native Voices at The Autry and presented during their 2017 Festival of New Plays, was given a world premiere at Native Voices in March 2018 in Los Angeles. He was selected as Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program’s 2017 winning playwright. Bingo Hall had a reading presented by the Global Voices theatre project as part of 2019 Origins Festival of First Nations at the British Library in London. He was also featured in the 2019 Adaptation Festival at Theater Above the Law in Chicago, Illinois.
Reed Flores (he/him) is a Queer CHamoru guy who directs and writes. Reed is currently the Artistic Assistant at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, and has worked around the area with: The Pear Theatre, New Conservatory Theater Center, Bindlestiff Studio, and Theatre Rhino. Nationally, Reed has worked with some awesome folks including: Seattle Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Breaking Wave Theatre Company. He also started, with Chris Henrriquez, Wayward Voices, an initiative to produce work by and for BIPOC artists. Favorite directing credits include: Lizard Boy (Asst. Director to Brandon Ivie), The Twentieth Century Way (Long Beach Playhouse), The Piano Teacher (The Pear). Upcoming: Aristos (The Pear), QueerAF (BindlestiffSF). www.reedflores.com
Steven Flores is a bi-coastal actor originally from Northern California, he is a descendant of the Numunuu (Comanche) & Mexican Indigenous peoples. He originated the role of Seketemaqua/Luke in Manahatta for its world premiere at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Yale Repertory Theater. He has performed as Menelaus in Helen and Master Puppeteer for Puppets & Poe at Theatre of Yugen. Other credits: Last of the Caucasians (The Barrow Group Theater Company, NY) Delusion: The Blood Rite (Haunted Play, Los Angeles), Jakubei in A Noh Christmas Carol (T. of Y. San Francisco) TV/Film: The Monster Project, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Upcoming: collaborator and actor on BRAIDED: A Native Noh Story. Studied at the Herbert Berghof Studio, NY.
Eduardo Soria is thrilled to join AlterTheater’s production of Pueblo Revolt by Dillon Chitto! Eduardo is currently a student at CCSF finishing his studies as well as pro-wrestling training in Oakland for the blend of theatre and athletics. He is the co-founder of CCSF’s very own Theatre Club to help other theatre majors refine their techniques from acting to tech and to expose other students on campus as well as the surrounding community to performance art.
Recent performances include Pure Native (Art) at AlterTheater, Velorio (Aldo) at Potrero Stage, Its a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play (George Bailey) at Tabard Theatre, Ghosts of Bogota (Bruno) at AlterTheater, El Rio (Fernando) at the Brava Theatre, Memoria del Silencio en el Pias de la Eterna Primavera (Fernando, Esqueleto, Viejo, and Military Captain) at the Mission Cultural Center of Latino Arts, Buffalo Soldiers: The Untold Story (Wolf Sleeve) at the Oakstop, and Cradle Will Rock (Diego Rivera), Mission (Herbert) as well as writing & performing an original solo one act Dia De Mi Muerte at CCSF’s Diego Rivera Theatre. Eduardo has also written & directed a one-act Perfect that was also performed at CCSF’s Diego Rivera Theatre. Infinite thank you’s to his father, two sisters, family, friends, and mentors for their ongoing love and support.
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