- Creation Date
- December 2, 1982
Teatro Vivo is a traveling theater troupe made up of three Guatemalan exiles and a Frenchman. Their performances are meant to inform the audience about the struggles facing Guatemalans. A World of Burros is a five-act play focusing on the life of a struggling family of burros that move from the poor countryside to a new kind of poverty in the city. Two out of the four original troupe members are Carmen Samayoa and Pierre Le Pichon.
- Physical Description
black and white negative; 35mm
Still from performance held at the California State University, San Diego, 1982. Photographs of the performance were taken by Isaac Artenstein of Cinewest.
California State University, San Diego
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Performing Arts (including Performance Art)
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