The Anastasio Project

The Anastasio Project is a multidisciplinary public performance work that kickstarts an investigation of racial profiling, police brutality, and border violence. Presented in collaboration with Eastside Arts Alliance.

 

Did you miss The Anastasio Project last year? Watch for it in September 2015!

Save the Date! The Anastasio Project is back with some new performers and updated stories. Mark your calendars for

September 11-13 & 18-20, 2015
Gallery Exhibit opens at 7:30 pm
Performance starts at 8 pm


EastSide Arts Alliance
2277 International Blvd
Oakland

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$10-20
No one turned away for lack of funds


The Anastasio Project is back with new performers and fresh stories and poetry! The Anastasio Project is a multidisciplinary public performance work that investigates racial profiling and state brutality in the streets of Oakland and at the US-Mexico border, using the story of Anastasio Hernandez-Rojas as a point of departure.

Created by NAKA Dance Theater's Jose Navarrete and Debby Kajiyama in collaboration with Susanne Takehara/EastSide Arts Alliance. Featuring KEV, Da’Juan Carter-Woodard, Simone Nalls, Patricia Barajas, José Navarrete, Guisela Mishel Ramos, Tane Madrigal, & Hector Torres. Stories, poetry, and song by Guisela Mishel Ramos, Tane Madrigal, Hector Torres, KEV, Da’Juan Carter-Woodard, Maria Puga, Bertha Gutierrez, Debby Kajiyama. 

Music by David Molina
Video by Steven Sanchez
Multimedia, Trike design and construction, Isadora programming by Ian Winters
Trike painting by Agustin Barajas
Sonic Altar installation by Adria Otte

Graphic Design by Tommy Wong, with interns Michael Turner, Jr. and Hector Torres