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Micro-Theater Festival (ALACI-PICS)

About This Event

Students and faculty from Cornell University, Syracuse University and Onondaga Community College will perform their original 10-minute live performances in tents on the Syracuse University quad. All performances address the theme "Moving Forward," which involves the reconstruction and redefinition of a past that might be painful and uncomfortable, but necessary to reevaluate its effects on our communities. Tied to migration(s), mobility, unrest, social justice, (in)equities, movement, revolution, belonging or change, this year’s ALACI-PICS' performances are a CNY Humanities Corridor Signature Event and are also part of the CUSE grant funded Language Matters Research Initiatives' conference, "Moving Forward:"

Featured Guests

Juliette Wolpert, Cornell University Theater group Teatrotaller, Cornell University Tara Sandlin, Syracuse University Amarachi Attamah, Syracuse University Mona Eikel-Pohen, Syracuse University Jhon Lindarte, Syracuse University Ana Maria Guerrero Andrade, Syracuse University Giovanni Minicucci, Syracuse University Aileen Nieto Martínez, Cornell University Mmakgosi Anita Tau, Syracuse University Celine Ilioiu-Brad, Syracuse University Coral Hunter Coad, Syracuse University Debra A. Castillo, Cornell University Jeremy T. Shinder, Syracuse University Stefanos Schultz, Syracuse University Florencia Ulloa, Cornell University Salome Egas, New York City Jacob Stives, Syracuse University Alesandra (Sasha) Temerte, Syracuse University Gerardo Cummings, Onondaga Community College


The Office of Academic Affairs The Office of Faculty Affairs CNY Humanities Corridor Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics Program on Latin America and the Caribbean Moynihan Institute of the Maxwell School

April 13, 2023, 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Syracuse University Shaw Quadrangle

MP7: ALACI: Afro-Latinx, Latin American, Caribbean and Indigenous Performance

Category: Performance

Audience: Open to the Public

Host: Syracuse University

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