Do You Know Who I Am? is the acclaimed new performance encouraging discussion on immigration in Colorado. It is scripted by Kirsten Wilson from monologues written by undocumented immigrants and performed by these writers. Come hear Juan Juarez, Victor Galvan, Oscar Juarez, Ana Cristina Temu and Hugo Juarez perform their immigrant experience and come prepared to better understand what it is like to be undocumented in our community. Live music by Brian Mullins. Boulder County Commissioner Elise Jones had this to say about the show: “I went to an AMAZING, sold out performance last night called “Do You Know Who I Am?” where 5 brave Latino immigrant youth tell their compelling stories. Equal parts cheering and crying. If you ever had doubts about the need for immediate immigration reform, you won’t anymore.”
Over 2,000 people have seen the show since we opened it in November 2013. Collaborators on these performances include: PeaceJam, Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, Longmont Youth for Equality, Parent Engagement Network, Boulder Human Relations Commission, Boulder Martin Luther King Jr. Day Committee, Boulder High School, Project YES, University of Colorado, Boulder Public Library, City of Lafayette, Centaurus High School, Americas Latino Festival, Immigrant Legal Services of Boulder County, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, and University of Northern Colorado. There is a great deal of press coverage on this performance as well as a Facebook page.