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Artists at Play members: Marie-Reine Velez, Stefanie Lau, Nicholas Pilapil, and Julia Cho.

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Allos: The Story of Carlos Bulosan

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JUL 17–19 at 6–7PM

Venues Around L.A.

Allos: The Story of Carlos Bulosan

Allos: The Story of Carlos Bulosan brings to life an important American hero the history books don’t mention. Carlos Bulosan followed his brothers from the Philippines to Seattle—and never returned home. He lived and worked across California, including Los Angeles, becoming the voice of the Filipino immigrant experience as a writer and advocate for migrant workers. Allos depicts his struggles and his relationship with his brothers, and pays testament to his courage and spirit in a country that rejected him, but that he came to love and call home—America.

As always, play readings are free, open to the public, and designed to be enjoyed by audiences of all ages.

Presented in English and Tagalog.

Questions? Contact Jesus A. Reyes, Community Partnerships Director at 213.972.8028 or

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Jul 17:
Benjamin Franklin Library 2200 E. 1st St., LA 90033

Jul 18:
Malabar Library 2801 Wabash Ave., LA 90033

Jul 19:
Robert Louis Stevenson Library 803 Spence St., LA 90023

Map & Directions

Special Thanks

California Arts Council

Presented by

Artists at Play