The Dreamers: Aquí y Allá is A devised theatre piece on immigration, racism and DACA recipients reconnecting with their first home. The Dreamers: Aquí y Allá is a devised theatre piece Andrea created in collaboration with the California-Mexico Studies Center. Andrea traveled to Mexico with CSULB Theatre Arts students to interview a group of DACA students who were given permission through advance parole to return to their homeland, a permission no longer being given from the current administration. The play follows these young Dreamers but also incorporates interviews from U.S. Congressman Alan Lowenthal, an immigration rights attorney, a border patrol agent, and more.
Andrea is a leading an online workshop for all certified Fitzmaurice Voicework teachers on the steps to defining a clinical research project incorporating FV. Also included in the weekend is information on arts-based research projects and one-on-one feedback for participant research proposals/ideas.
The Voice Bank: A Charity & Live Webcast Event from CSU Long Beach and the ALS Association Golden West Chapter
This special benefit performance of The Voice Bank will take place at the Theatre Arts Department at CSU Long Beach and will benefit the ALS Association Golden West Chapter and the CSULB Theatre Arts department. The performance will be broadcast live through the ALS Association website so that people homebound with the disease can still experience this live theatrical event.