'WET: A DACAmented Journey'
Free premiere Jun 15 at 5pm PT
About WET: A DACAmented Journey
WET: A DACAmented Journey is a true story of what it means to be an American in every sense of the word except one: on paper. Award-winning actor, director, spoken word artist and teaching artist Alex Alpharaoh knows firsthand the emotional and psychological hardship of this unending process and risked his own freedom to share his story in a nationwide tour. Now captured at the Kirk Douglas Theatre for a presentation on Center Theatre Group’s Digital Stage, WET rockets between hilarity and heartbreak to capture one man’s travels to a home country he’d never known as part of his relentless journey toward becoming a documented citizen of the United States.
Produced in Association with Ensemble Studio Theatre/Los Angeles.
Writer and Performer: Alex Alpharaoh
Director: Brisa Areli Muñoz
Lighting Design: Sammy Ross
Composer and; Sound Design: Martín Carrillo
CTG Associate Artistic Director: Tyrone Davis
Stage Manager: Jennifer Franco
Assistant Stage Manager: Maggie Swing
Directors of Photography: B. Rubén Mendoza & Francisco Tejada
Camera Operator: Wil Prada
Production Support: Cinevative
Editor: Erik Johnson
$10 (or free for members)
Premieres with a FREE screening June 15 from 5pm-midnight PT
Available on demand beginning June 18, 2021, 10:00am PT
Expires on July 16, 2021, 11:59pm PT
Center Theatre Group presents:
WET: A DACAMENTED JOURNEY
TOTAL RUN TIME: TBD (pausable)
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