Where Did We Sit on the Bus?

November 13–May 31, 2021

by Brian Quijada
a digital creation by Satya Chávez and Matt Dickson

 

During a lesson on Rosa Parks, a Latinx kid begins searching for her own people’s place in American history. Performed by a dynamic actress/singer/musician, and infused with a mix of rap, hip-hop, and spoken word, this energetic exploration delves into the experience of growing up in an immigrant family and finding identity in making art.

Where Did We Sit on the Bus? streams through May 31 at 11:59 p.m. EDT. Purchase your virtual tickets by May 31 at 9 p.m. EDT.

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