by Sharon Bridgforth
Directed by Florinda Bryant
March 22- April 7, 2018
Thursday through Saturday nights at 7:30pm
Dougherty Arts Center
Set in Los Angeles in the 1940s -1970s, con flama gives a glimpse of a Black gurl's coming of age, through Ancestral passages and her family history. The gurl's story unfolds as she makes her way through the cultural landscape of Los Angeles on the bus.
con flama invites us to gather in a space of listening, to look at each other on the bus, and embrace an opportunity to witness the humanity in each other. con flama inspires us to love, connect and heal each other, and urges us to establish communities of love. Join us on the bus this March at the Dougherty Arts Center.
Directed by Florinda Bryant.
Design by Rachel Atkinson, Chris Conard, and Jessica Gilzow
March 22, 29 and April 5 come early for SVT Happy Hour @ the DAC featuring local food trucks and signature cocktails. Follow us on Instagram @salvagevanguard for updates!
March 24, and 31 stay late for SVT Community Dialogue. Featuring conversation on Black Identity in US Education, and Racial Justice and Urbanization in Austin.
Plus March 24th at 6:45pm: Free pre-show performance by the Emma S Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center's Camino Teen Interns. Class of 2017.
Audio Description by VSA Texas on March 23rd
ASL Interpretation on March 31st
TICKETS: $10, online or at the door.
All tickets to SVT shows are Pay-What-You-Can at the door EVERY NIGHT. Box office opens at 6:30pm.
**Thank you to our promotional partners at #bossbabesATX for supporting this event**