VIDEO: AMERICAN MARIACHI comes to Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Denver Center for the Performing Arts presents AMERICAN MARIACHI, written by José Cruz González. AMERICAN MARIACHI tells the story of a group of young women in the 1970s who break tradition to form an all-female Mariachi band. AMERICAN MARIACHI opened on January 26th and runs through February 25th.
The Cast of AMERICAN MARIACHI: Natalie Camunas (Gabby / Ensemble), Crissy Guerrero (Soyla / Sister Manuela / Ensemble), Rodney Lizcano (Mino / Padre Flores / Ensemble), Doreen Montalvo (Amalia / Doña Lola/ Ensemble), Jennifer Paredes (Lucha / Ensemble), Bobby Plasencia (Federico / Ensemble), Luis Quintero (Mateo / René / Rubin / Ensemble),Amanda Robles (Isabel / Tía Carmen/ Ensemble), and Heather Velazquez (Hortensia (Boli) / Ensemble).
The Creative Team: José Cruz González (Playwright), James Vásquez (Director), Cynthia Reifler Flores (Music Director), Regina Garcia (Scenic Designer), Meghan Anderson Doyle (Costume Designer), Paul Miller (Lighting Designer), Ken Travis (Sound Designer), Shirley Fishman (Dramaturg), Rachel Ducat (Stage Manager), and Heidi Echtenkamp and Amanda Salmons (Assistant Stage Managers).
The Band: Martin Padilla (Violin), Tomás Tinoco Jr. (Violin), Trumpet: Guadalupe Zarate (Trumpet), Erick Jiménez (Vihuela), and Ruben Marin (Guitarrón).
Watch the video below for a first look at AMERICAN MARIACHI!
Photo Courtesy of Denver Center for the Performing Arts.