San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Dreamer, a powerful film about immigration and the American Dream in the 21st Century, will make its World Premiere at San José’s Cinequest Film Festival at 5pm on Saturday, March 2nd, at the San José Repertory Theatre.
The Dreamer production team is pleased to join with Teatro Visión in inviting you to a special reception following the premiere, featuring appetizers, drink specials, and a silent auction, all for only $10! The director and members of the cast will attend.
RSVP TODAY then download this flier to share with your friends!
Tickets to the 5pm World Premiere screening of Dreamer can be purchased separately on the Cinequest website at www.tinyurl.com/CQ23-Dreamer.
Reception guests will be eligible to win door prizes including FREE passes to Cinequest screenings. Silent auction items include Gala Night tickets to Teatro Visión's MACARIO, San Francisco Giants tickets, "Dinner & A Movie", and more!
You can pay with cash or check at the door or purchase your tickets in advance on this page.
Check out the full lineup of Cinequest screenings and events at www.cinequest.org.
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Teatro Visión is a Chicano theater company that celebrates culture, nurtures community and inspires people to feel, think and act to create a better world.
Originally named Teatro Huipil, Teatro Visión was founded in 1984 by members of Women in Teatro, a statewide network of Chicano theaters. Based in San José, California, Teatro Visión has produced 55 plays attended by more than 108,000 people, with performances presented in both English and Spanish. Teatro plays a leading role in the evolution of Chicano/Latino Theater by presenting classics, newer works, and world premieres by leading Latino playwrights.
Grounded by ideals initially shaped by El Teatro Campesino through its work with the United Farm Workers, Teatro Visión is passionately committed to the premise that art is a powerful tool for change. Teatro is an art form that can heal, inspire, promote identity and stimulate the self-empowerment necessary for people to become effective leaders in improving their lives and their communities.
Teatro Visión is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.