Get more out of your trip to the theater!

Cara Mia Theatre Co. proudly offers opportunities for enriching your personal experience at the theater for our upcoming production of Deferred Action. You will not only witness inspiring performances of this production but participate in reflective, stimulating conversations as well.

 

TALK BACK

Free to the Public

Immigration Reform and the Political Struggle

Friday, September 15 directly following the performance
Southern Methodist University Bob Hope Theater

A community conversation- free and open to the public.Come hear and engage with committed activists and political leaders in a timely dialog; one where art and life intersect and promises to be a thought- provoking and heartfelt experience. 

Panel Includes:

  • Victoria Neave, State Representative, District 107
  • Erik Burgos, North Texas Dream Team
  • Liz Magallanes, Actress & North Texas Dream Team
  • Liz Cedillo-Pereira, Director of the Office of Welcoming Communities and Immigrant Affairs, City of Dallas
  • Moderated By Rebecca Acuña, Pepsico

Community Forums

Free to the Public

 

A Call to Action: The Fight for DREAMer's Rights

Saturday, September 16th at 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Southern Methodist University Bob Hope Theater Lobby

A community conversation- free and open to the public. Personal stories and experts discuss the continuing fight for DREAMer's rights in the United States. Complimentary meal to follow. Stay for the show at 7:30 PM!

Panelists Include:

  • Erik Burgos, North Texas Dream Team
  • Bill Holtson, Human Rights Initiative
  • Joe Swanson, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
  • Diana Ramirez, Workers Defense
  • Juan Carlos Cerda, Texas Organizing Project
  • Liz Magelenes, North Texas Dream Team, People' s Assembly
  • Moderated by Clyde Valentine, Southern Methodist University Ignite/Arts Dallas

To attend, please RSVP to ernest@caramiatheatre.org
Parking Information - Click HERE

Want to bring a group?
Group Rates Available: Box Office 214-516-0706
 


 

Community Conversations made possible in part by the Embrey Family Foundation.