Saturday, November 16, 2013

GAYTINO! by Dan Guerrero, Emma S. Barrientos Mexican-American Cultural Center, December 4, 2013

Gaytino Dan Guerrero tour Austin TX
600 River Street, Austin 78701 -- click for map

~ ~ A remarkable life journey from East LA in the 1950's to New York's Great White Way in the 60's and 70's and back to Hollywood.

~ ~ Touching, hilarious, and absolutely one-of-a-kind, Dan Guerrero brings his two fascinating worlds together in a riveting solo show.

Dan Guerrero began his career in New York as a musical theatre performer, eventually becoming a successful Broadway talent agent representing many well know performers. He returned to his hometown of Los Angeles and became a "born-again Hispanic," fiercely working for more positive Latino images in the media as a casting director, writer, and independent producer of diverse TV programming. Guerrero also co-produced and co-wrote Lalo Guerrero: The Original Chicano, the award winning documentary about his late father, Chicano music icon Lalo Guerrero. The film aired nationally on PBS stations in the Voces series hosted by Edward James Olmos.

¡Gaytino! travels through decades of Mexican-American/Chicano history, and the gay experience, from a unique and very personal perspective. This autobiographical piece plays with music and visual projections, appeals to all audiences with its universal themes: coming of age, self-identity, self-acceptance, a father/son relationship and a treasured lifelong friendship.

Reyes Entertainment was founded in 1997 by Gabriel Reyes, renowned Hollywood publicist and Latino market expert. The company works with top clients in the media and other entertainment and Fortune 500 companies creating high impact mainstream and Latino communications campaigns. Reyes Entertainment is adapting to the changing American demographic and technological landscape, expanding its services to include English-language general market communications, digital content and mobile solutions for a unified market approach based on cultural marketing.

IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION: FREE PARKING IS available to those attending our programs, galleries, and special events. A temporary parking pass is available in the main office.

Our Mission: The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center is dedicated to the preservation, creation, presentation, and promotion of Mexican American cultural arts and heritage. The Center is a resource for the community and visitors to learn and participate in programs that will foster a meaningful understanding and appreciation of not only Mexican American but also Native American, Chicano, and other Latino cultures. The programs, events and educational curriculum include the areas of visual art, theater, dance, literature, music, language arts, multi-media & film.

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