The first BRAVE SPACE of the new year will take place on Sunday, March 24th. Before regularly scheduled Sunday matinee, for The Island in Winter or, La Isla en Invierno from 10am-11:30am. Our invited guests will be welcomed to The Vault, and offered the chance to tell us their stories, to lift their voices, and give us all the benefit of their lives, and experiences. Our attendees are asked to give these voices their full attention, to be present, and to listen with love, respect, and kindness. We do not expect, there will be discussions or an opportunity to engage in questions and answers. Instead, the intention is to give our space over 100% to hearing and listening; what we do with what we hear is up to us.
The adapter of the featured play The Island in Winter or, La Isla en Invierno Carlos-Zenen Trujillo community writer, and actor. Born in Cuba, Carlos has lived in Hillsboro since 2006. Currently studying theatre at Oregon State University. Carlos is the first play write to take on the “problem play project”, an attempt to adapt some of Shakespeare’s most under produced shows into a culturally relative new works.
Noel Alvarez, Cuban native began his career as a magician announcer, and actor on children’s television. Noel graduated from the Cuban National Circus School, served as a Minister of Culture of Cuba for five years, and is a member of the National Association of Writers and Aritist of Cuba. Noel plays Camillo/Babalao in the featured play.