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ISBN:0573662592
Author: Elaine Romero
ISBN13: 978-0573662591
Title: Barrio Hollywood
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Language: English
Category: Dramas and Plays
Publisher: Samuel French, Inc. (October 28, 2008)
Pages: 80

Barrio Hollywood by Elaine Romero



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Drama, 2m, 2f, Unit set In Barrio Hollywood, a tense family drama, a young Mexican-American boxer dreams. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Drama, 2m, 2f, Unit set In Barrio Hollywood, a tense family drama, a young Mexican-American boxer dreams of fighting his way out of his family s economic plight in his barrio neighborhood. His sister, a passionate ballet folklorico dancer and dedicated cultural artist, dreams of owning her own dance studio to pass her Mexican traditions on to another generation.

Graciela: I was up half the night trying to figure out the possibility that Alex has this Locked-in Syndrome thing-like it says in the book.

Elaine Romero’s plays (Barrio Hollywood, iCuranderas! Serpents of the Clouds, Walk into the Sea, Something Rare and Wonderful, Alicia, Undocumented, Secret Things, The Fat-Free Chicana and the Snow Cap Queen,. Community Experiences. Good or bad, an experience is always valuable because great art inspires diverse opinions.

She has been published by Vintage Books, Samuel French, University of Arizona Press, University of Iowa Press, Smith & Kraus, Playscripts, Inc. and Heinemann Press, and has an upcoming publication with Simon & Schuster.

Barrio Hollywood, by Elaine Romero, uses distinct cultural symbolism to explore tragedy, interracial dating, and family loyalty. We Lost It at the Movies (With a Special Appearance by Rock Hudson), by Guillermo Reyes, is the story of a Chilean mother and her son who struggle to make it in the land of the free, and Vaqueeros, by Carlos Manuel, is an ethnodrama.

Drama / 2m, 2f / Unit set In Barrio Hollywood, a tense family drama, a young Mexican-American boxer dreams of fighting his way out of his family’s economic plight in his barrio neighborhood. His sister, a passionate ballet folklórico dancer and dedicated cultural artist, dreams of owning her own dance studio to pass her Mexican traditions on to another generation. Their flamboyant mother dreams of taking her poker winnings and going on an extended vacation to the Canary Islands. The family’s dreams are deferred when the young boxer sustains a brutal head injury in the boxing ring. As her brother’s condition worsens, and as she falls unexpectedly in love with a white doctor from out-of-state, the dancer and her family learn how far they are willing to go in the name of love.