WET: A DACAmented Journey
WET: A DACAmented Journey, is the story of what it means to be an American in every sense of the word except for one: on paper. It chronicles the story of Anner Cividanis' Journey of living his whole life in the United States as an undocumented American. The play captures the desperation that DREAMers feel when considering the very limited options of adjustment of status, by being forced to navigate through a broken U.S. Immigration System. The play examines the mental, emotional, and psychological hardship one man has to endure in order to secure his livelihood in the only home he has known: Los Angeles.
WET: A DACAmented Journey is written and performed by Alex Alpharaoh, directed by Kevin Comartin, and produced by Liz Ross. The play was originally developed as part of the True Story program at Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA.
Join CT Students for a Dream (C4D) for the “Act Too!” segment of this evening, a part of our #LIVEUNAFRAID Week of Action. Our undocumented community won’t be able to vote in the upcoming elections on Nov 6, but we can make our voices heard by being a part of C4D’s #LiveUnafraid campaign, holding those in power accountable, and educating and mobilizing voters in our community!
October 23, 2018 at 7:30pm