“Mexihco” is a visual and performing arts production depicting historical events that begins in ancient times with the Mayan Culture running through a timeline leading to the Mexican Revolution. Through music, dance and theater we translate important influences such as “identity”, “cultural education” and “community representation”.
In accomplishing a stronger awareness of who we are, CULTURAL EDUCATION is an ele- ment to our project that resonates with our community. This project addresses cultural edu- cation by focusing on the visual and performing arts, and thus building on and further devel- oping knowledge and meaning of its music, costumes, steps and movements. Also, historical overview of the material presented on stage with general breakdown of the story.
Partners are important in building and outreaching to a community. There are various way to support this project. But we also want to know how we can help you. Contact us via email at: [email protected]
Promote event in digital media outlets and in print.
Commitment to media coverage before, during and after event.
Listing of pre- and post-event on all the social media networks where you havepresence.
Become a sponsor; perfect for that business wanting visibility in the community. Best way to expose your brand is by being involved. Every business is different, let us know how we can help you. Email us at: [email protected]
This project is just one signature event of many we have on the calendar
Due to COVID-19 shutdown, we were not able to have the 2020 production, but very much looking forward for 2021. The tentative date for 2021 production is Saturday August 21st at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido.
Some Photos from the 2019 Production. Photo credit: Oscar Gonzalez and Patrick Chrisman