Welcome To Arroyo's [Theatre]

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[Performances at the Pocket are $10 online and $14 at the door. Online sales close 4pm day of show.]

WELCOME TO ARROYO'S will cause you to get out of your seat and break dance at the exact moment is causes you to cry. A play that feels like a private party with the hottest hip hop DJs.

Thursday, December 29th @ 7:00pm
Friday, December 30th @ 8:30pm
Saturday, December 31st @ 7:00pm
Tickets: http://bit.ly/Arroyos

Show Description - Alejandro and his little sister Molly are dealing with the recent loss of their mother. Alejandro, takes over the bodega their mother ran and turns it into a lounge where he tends bar with the help of two of his buddies Trip Goldstein and Nelson Cardenal aka Trip Trizzy and Nelly Nel. Trip and Nel are the hip hop duo TRIPNEL CARTEL who spin the action of the play right before your eyes. Alejandro is obsessed with the order and upkeep of his lounge to the point of real concern. Molly takes out her rage by vandalizing the walls of a police station with her graffiti art. All of this is interlaced with Derek Jeter and Lelly Santiago. Derek, is a rookie African American cop, who desperately has something to prove and when he attempts to apprehend Molly for her crimes, he falls in love with her instead. Lelly, is an awkward college student who does not know when to shut up believes she has discovered an unknown founder of hip hop the mother of Alejandro and Molly. You will be part of a fast-paced ride filled with passion, sorrow and community all mixed and mastered by the TRIPNEL CARTEL as they beat-box the fabric of hip hop into your soul.

Featuring - Director/Producer: Jay O'Leary
Stage Manager: Malie Fujii
Asst. Producers: Victoria Deleon-Guerrero and Nina Williams
Sound and Graphic Designer: Stephon Dorsey

Cast:
Nick Pineda
Will Lippman
Michael Cercado
Eva Estrada-Campos
Maile Wong
Jonathan Keyes

Producer bio - Director Jay O'Leary is on the mission to bring artists of color and their stories to the stage.
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By: The Pocket Theater

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