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SANGRE DE UN ANGEL
GCA FY17
SANGRE DE UN ANGEL
SANGRE DE UN ANGEL (BLOOD OF AN ANGEL) Gallo Center Repertory Company. This dramatic play illustrates how the choices we make can affect our relationships and our lives forever. While broaching issues of immigration, acculturation and identity, it tells the story of a Latino teenager who finds himself involved with a gang, leading him and his family to an unlikely tragic death. "Sangre de un Ángel" (Blood of an Angel) is inspired by the true story of Adam Chapa, who was shot in his driveway by a teen gang member in East Austin, Texas. The bi-lingual play was written by Roxanne Schroeder-Arce, who also wrote "Mariachi Girl," a big success for the Gallo Center in 2015. "Sangre de un Ángel" will be directed by Kimberly Ogden.
Fri 4/7/17 7:00PM Foster Family Theater


MIGUEL BOSE
GCA FY17
MIGUEL BOSE
Miguel Bosé has been a force in Latin music in a career that has spanned dozens of albums and film roles, his own television show, and work as a theater director. The son of an actress (Lucia Bosè) and a bullfighter (Luis Miguel Dominguín), Bosé grew up in the arts, with Pablo Picasso and Ernest Hemingway among his family friends. Defying the contemporary formula for pop success, this Latin Grammy Award winner’s music has been described as a global fusion of many musical influences. At the center of this is all the passion and expression of a Latin artist, and Miguel Bosé has constantly incorporated more diverse musical elements than many of the genre's crossover pop stars—while performing across the Americas and in Europe. Among his many, many hits, “Amante Bandido,” released in 1984, still receives radio airplay today!
Thu 4/20/17 7:30PM Mary Stuart Rogers Theater


VIVAN FESTEJOS!
GCA FY17
VIVAN FESTEJOS!
Tickets for this performance are currently available to Gallo Center donors only. Tickets go on sale to the public on February 3 (10 am phone & walk up; 11 am online). In this exuberant Mother’s Day ballet folklorico celebration, the Calidanza dance company presents Vivan Festejos!, a window to Mexican culture that weaves through time, across regions, and around the calendar. Scenes of national tradition such as Carnaval en Sinaloa combine banda music with skillful dances that celebrate the Sinaloa lifestyle. Add playful dances of Michoacán (including los viejitos), skilled zapateado footwork from Veracruz and the majesty of the whirl-winded skirtwork of Jalisco, and this is a show not to be missed!
Sun 4/30/17 3:00PM Foster Family Theater


GRUPO INTOCABLE
GCA FY17
GRUPO INTOCABLE
Grupo Intocable is one of the most influential groups in the Tejano/Norteño music scene today. Their road to success began twenty years ago in Zapata,Texas, when friends Ricky Muñoz and René Martínez dreamed of bringing their songs to the world as they crafted a unique and extraordinary style of music which expertly fuses Tejano conjunto music, Norteño folk rhythms, pop ballads and rock. After years of dedication and passion, the dream became an indisputable reality. With #1 hits such as “Robarte un Beso,” “Prometí,” “Te Amo (Para Siempre),” “Culpable Fui (Culpable Soy),”their latest “Tu Ausencia,” as well as fan favorites like “Dame Un Besito,” “Eres Mi Droga,” Enséñame a Olvidarte” and “Sueña,” among others, Intocable delights audiences in both the United States and Mexico.
Sun 6/11/17 6:00PM Mary Stuart Rogers Theater