Grupo de Teatro SINERGIA and the FRIDA KAHLO Theater in conjunction with the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, present an
audio-visual exhibition “DISRUPTING THE MAINSTREAM”, a retrospective of SINERGIA’s 35-year history presenting original theatre works in Spanish and English that deal with contemporary issues directly impacting the Latinx community. The exhibit will run Aug 19-Sept 18th, 2022, at the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles’s new home, 1901 W. 7th Street, Suite A & B, Los Angeles, CA 90057.
The exhibit, first of its kind for a Latinx theatre in Los Angeles, will document the history of Grupo de Teatro SINERGIA and FRIDA KAHLO Theater and its impact on the community, highlighting the group's most significant productions. In addition to plays, the exhibit will also feature work generated by young artists and community members in the form of photography, animation, and theater.
Each Friday at 7 pm., we'll do a live presentation highlighting a different aspect of the theater. Our Friday Night Program (subject to change) will include artist interaction, excerpts from our best-known plays and our community classes. Schedule is as follows:
Opening - August 19 excerpts from the play “The Women of Juárez”;
August 26 showing of “Waiting in the Wings”, a USC Documentary on Grupo de Teatro SINERGIA, as well as a presentation on our Acting Class for Youth;
September 2 excerpts from the play “Sentado en un Árbol Caído”;
September 9 excerpts from the play “Soldaderas”;
September 16 excerpt from the play “Frida Kahlo” (*come dressed as Frida!).
The exhibition can be viewed: August 19th, 2022 - September 16th, 2022
Mondays–Thursdays: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Fridays: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Admission is free. All ages welcome. Mask required. Free Parking is available at Metro/Retail parking structure located at 676 S. Westlake Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90057.
Public transport is possible with the red line to MacArthur Park/Westlake stop. Using carpool or ride-share options are appreciated.
“DISRUPTING THE MAINSTREAM”, presented by the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, is part of the Neighborhood Interpretive Center, a hyperlocal initiative of cultural programs that focus on and uplift the MacArthur Park/Westlake neighborhood and surrounding areas.