In Art: Las Ramonas Gone Wild

Las Ramonas Gone Wild

Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble and Las Ramonas proudly present:

A multi-media extravaganza featuring two one act plays:

Mujeres Contra la Rabia del Machismo- Mad Xicana scientists exorsize the macho out of the man in your life, and
The Freestyle Afterschool Special Tia Cha-Cha uncovers the conspiracy behind the disappearance of Latina Freestyle music and gives two young girls the lesson of a lifetime.

Written and performed by Las Ramonas

Laughs, videos, music y mucho mas! This co-production is a first for BOFLTE and Las Ramonas and is presented as a celebration in honor of all Mujeres during International Womyn’s month.

March 25, 26, 27, April 1 & 2
Friday and Saturday @ 8pm
Sunday @ 2 pm (March 27, only)

Tickets: $25 opening night, includes reception sponsored;
$20 for additional Friday & Saturday’s;
$10 for Sunday (March 27, only)
to purchase tickets visit:
or call: 1-800-838-3006 (24/7 Ticket Hotline)

Discounts for groups of 10 or more are available, but limited. For info, email:

Approx run time: 2 hours

Where: Breath of Fire Latina Theater
310 W 5th Street (2nd floor), Santa Ana, Ca 92701

Las Ramonas are a Xicana teatro group dedicated towards creating theatre that reflects on life experiences that we encounter as women of color and their impacts on our global community.
We draw on the healing spirit of comedy to explore issues dismissed by mainstream culture. In every laugh there is a sense of release and realization that creates means for dialogue.
It is our resolve that our art will serve as a mirror of the world’s diverse colors, sounds, tastes and experiences in hopes that it provides an outlet for people of different generations to be critical of the conditions we live in and to create positive change.

Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble is the only Latina theater company in Orange County. Based in downtown Santa Anathe coraz�n of the countyBreath of Fire came into existence eight years ago to support the work and enrich the lives of Latinas in the performing arts, who lack representation, opportunities and leadership roles in traditional arts communities. In that time, it has produced more than 20 world premieres. OC Weekly and named its production of Digging Up the Dirt (co-produced with See-what) to its Best of 2010 lists, and OC Weekly calls the ensemble a theater that cares [about] its surrounding communityproducing vitally relevant and topical

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