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Immigrants for Sale

Frans Bloem

By David Johanssen

A midst the fury of the ongoing immigration debate, we sometimes forget the personal stories of human suffering that result from the crisis. Real families are often affected by sometimes ill-conceived laws.

Classic Theater
Give ‘Em Hell Harry (J Whitmore)
Fri, Mar 13, 7 pm
100 pesos (Champagne Cinema)

Classic Theater
All My Sons
Sat, Mar 14, 7 pm
100 pesos (Champagne Cinema)

Live Concert
Frans Bloem, Paris cabaret
Sun, Mar 15, 5:30 pm
150 pesos

Documentary and
Discussion
Immigrants for Sale
Tues, Mar 17, 5 pm
40 pesos

Live Concert
Frans Bloem, Paris cabaret
Wed, Mar 18, 7 pm
150 pesos

Live Concert
El One and Mexgitano Camarena
Thu, Mar 19, 7:30 pm
150 pesos

Live Concert
Nathan Rivera Band
Fri, Mar 20, 7:30 pm
150 pesos

All events at:
Shelter Theater
Vicente Guerrero 4
154 7524

Join us for a documentary and discussion on this complex issue on Tuesday, March 17, at 5pm with Immigrants for Sale, as we follow several families stuck in the crosshairs of immigration laws. The short film serves as a compassionate portrait of the suffering caused by those laws. 40 pesos.

Friday, March 13, at 7pm, join us for “Champagne Cinema” and James Whitmore’s classic one man show: Give ‘Em Hell, Harry, depicting the plain-speaking 33rd American president. “A virtuoso performance… beautifully articulated,” said the critics of 1975. 100 pesos, includes a welcome glass of bubbly.

Saturday, March 14, at 7pm, toast great theater with a complimentary glass of bubbly as Shelter presents All My Sons, Arthur Miller’s classic play performed at London’s Apollo Theater in 2010. “A classic production, never to be forgotten…David Suchet is astounding,” said the critics. 100 pesos.

Back by popular demand due to his last sold-out show, we present two encore concerts of  “Stories of Life” by New York award-winning cabaret performer and recording artist Frans Bloem, singing the French torch songs of personal friend Charles Aznavour. Sunday, March 15, at 5:30pm, and Wednesday, March 18, at 7pm. Your 150 peso ticket benefits AIDS research and a local gay-rights organization.

Thursday, March 19, at 7:30pm, Shelter presents a live concert, “El One and Mexgitano Camarena” starring Shane and Alex Camarena. The renowned local artists will be joined by the “San Miguel Hot Club Trio” on violin, clarinet, and guitar. It will be a night of Latin-spiced gypsy jazz! 150 pesos.

Friday, March 20, at 7:30 pm, and Saturday March 21, at 7:30pm, Shelter Theater is proud to welcome back the Nathan Rivera Band, a group of young gypsy-folk musicians from California traveling the world to share their gift of good-time music with anyone open to their vibe. “Spreading positivity and joy one note at a time!” 150 pesos.

Telephone 154 7524 or visit sheltervg4.com to see upcoming films and events.

 

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