A spoken word / musical collaboration examining life along some of the many hyphens of identity in Los Angeles - Korean, Jewish, Filipina, Latina and African-American.
Featured Artists: Kamau Daáood, Marisela Norte, Irene Suico Soriano and Doc Whisper with Gustavo Bulgach, L-Boogie Chalwell, Joseph DeRusha and Daniel Pritchett
An RSVP is highly encouraged for this free event. As all Voices of LA programs are free of charge, it is our policy to overbook. In the case of a full program, your free reservation may not guarantee admission. We recommend arriving early. Space permitting, unclaimed reservations will be released to standby patrons fifteen minutes prior to the start of the show.
The Breed Street Shul Project is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring together the Jewish, Latino and other communities of Los Angeles by rehabilitating the landmark Breed Street Shul in Boyle Heights. By transforming the campus into a center of arts, culture, education and service for its current neighbors, The Breed Street Shul Project hopes to make the historic site a place of learning, teaching and wonder for all. For more information, please visit: https://breedstreetshul.org
Limited street parking is available. Parking is also available at two nearby municipal lots: Lot # 682 is located at 318 N. Breed Street, just north of Cesar Chavez (behind the Bank of America); Lot # 713 is located at 249 N. Chicago Street. Parking rates may vary. For more information, please visit: https://breedstreetshul.org/contact/