Global Taxi Driver - Opening Night Event
- Film, Media & Entertainment
- EAST WEST PLAYERS, Los Angeles CA
Join us in celebrating the powerful stories of low-income youth and restaurant workers!
Fundraiser celebration includes the performance, a post-show discussion with partner organizations and cast, and a special reception.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
2:00 PM- 5:00 PM
Miles Memorial Playhouse
1130 Lincoln Blvd. (between California Ave. and Wilshire Blvd)
Santa Monica, CA 90403
Delicious Reality is the culmination of an innovative collaboration between TeAda Productions, Restaurant Opportunities Centers – Los Angeles (ROC-LA), and Southeast Asian Community Alliance (SEACA) bringing artists, youth, and restaurant workers together in workshops to share their experiences in a safe space that explore the issues, conditions, and challenges working in today’s restaurants. This fundraiser supports these three organizations in empowering low-income youth, restaurant workers and community-based ensemble theater. The event includes a talk back with members of all three organizations and hors d’oeuvres donated by high road restaurants.*
*Taking the High Road to profitability is a term used by ROC-LA for restaurants that use an ethical, pragmatic, and profitable approach to doing business that benefits employers, employees, and the community.
We can’t have this celebration without YOU.
Please support this production by:
To purchase a ticket to attend the performance or sponsor a youth or worker to attend the event, use this eventbrite page. To become a sponsor at a range of levels, buy a program journal ad, or donate to our raffle, please contact us at 310-998-8765 or email@example.com.
More About the Partners
Begun in 1994, TeAda Productions primary mission is to empower underserved communities through the development and presentation of interdisciplinary theatrical performance. By developing groundbreaking community-based plays, TeAda Productions expands awareness, builds communities and educates the general public by providing a stage to highlight the health, education, and social justice issues of immigrant and low-income people. For more information visit: www.teada.org
Southeast Asian Community Alliance (SEACA)
SEACA was established in 2002 and has worked tirelessly to empower low income youth through leadership development and community organizing, and their communities in Los Angeles and in the last 10 years we have: Trained hundreds of youth and adults to become leaders in their community; Advocated to create a more equitable, healthy and safe community for all LA residents; and Created a community plan that was called “A Model of LA Planning” by LA Times. For more information visit: www.seaca-la.org/
Restaurant Opportunities Centers – Los Angeles (ROC-LA)
ROC-LA is a local restaurant workers' organization founded in 2010 and has over 300 members. We build power and voice for restaurant workers through workplace justice campaigns, promote high road restaurants that engage in the good labor and management practices, and through research and policy advocacy. For more information visit: www.rocunited.org/la/
TeAda Productions' Mission:
The mission of TeAda Productions is to expand the awareness of issues affecting underserved communities through the development and presentation of performances by people of color. TeAda's cross-disciplinary performances incorporate theater, performance art, and dance. TeAda embraces a fearless commitment to provide artists a space to explore cultural and political issues most relevant to their communities. TeAda serves as a bridge between the health, education, and social justics issues of these underserved communities.