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  1. Dámaso Rodríguez directs Artist Repertory's staging of Isaac Gomez's award-winning La Ruta, using live music and personal storytelling to share the experiences of women factory workers.
  2. LOS ANGELES – Many performers have a story of an on-set blooper that sticks with him or her throughout the years. Ruta Lee is no exception. The actress, who portrayed Ruth Jepson in the
  3. With La Ruta, I want to peel back the curtain and peek into the window of a family that has made the hard decision to uproot their life to make the dangerous trek north. Through hours of researching true stories and documentaries on the migrant exodus, I have created a narrative around the dangerous they face on La Ruta De La Muerte (The Route.
  4. "La Ruta" will be performed at Portland Opera. SE Caruthers - Portland, OR (plan your trip) We're Sorry! This item is no longer available online. Please contact our box office to get up-to-the-minute item availability information.
  5. Apr 25,  · The first scene of “La Ruta” takes place in a tent, representing a holding pen. From there, the audience — up to 30 people — is led by the “coyote,” or smuggler, into the trailer.
  6. The first portion of day 1 was uneventful, a steep 2,ft fire road climb followed by a series of short steep climbs and descents. At some point I found myself with Brad and a few local dudes and we had a blast bombing the descents and charging the climbs, unaware of .
  7. La Ruta- Steppenwolf Theatre- To the U.S.-owned factories in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, La Ruta is just a bus. But to the hundreds of women who live, work and often disappear along the route, it's so much more than that. Inspired by real testimonies, and using live music to evoke factory work and protest marches, La Ruta is a visceral unearthing of secrets buried in the desert and a celebration of.
  8. Sep 17,  · Funny to see this! My wife and I saw some cassette tape loosely wrapped around a sign at an intersection just last weekend. I said it may be the last time we ever see it. It'll be a forgotten image, like the dog poop that used to turn white because of the calcium content in dog food in the '70s.

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