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Tickets: $52.50

Friday November 3 @ 7 PM 

Theatre Row Studio Theater | 410 W 42nd St, NYC

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 ABOUT THE SHOW 

What do you do when you lose a son? Take it from Manuel Oliver, the father of Parkland shooting victim Joaquin Oliver, you have to do what you do best. 

Fearless, funny, and pulling zero punches, GUAC is a one-man tour-de-force about a father turned activist, his undying love for his son, and the story of an immigrant family in search of the American Dream only instead to be confronted by a uniquely American Nightmare.

 

Tickets (incl. fees) are $52.50

 CAST & CREATIVES 

CAST & CREATIVES
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Manuel Oliver

Manuel Oliver's 17-year-old son, Joaquin, was killed in 2018 by a mass shooter at his school in Parkland, Florida. He co-founded the non-profit advocacy group, “Change the Ref,” which seeks to vote out politicians who take NRA money and vote in politicians with gun-safety agendas. @manueloliver00

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Michael Cotey

Michael Cotey (Director/Producer) is the creator and Joaquin Oliver Artistic Producer behind ENOUGH! Plays to End Gun Violence, a nationwide playwriting initiative that calls on teens to write short plays that confront gun violence that are then presented in readings across the country. He is also the Line Producer for World Premiere Wisconsin, an inaugural first-of-its-kind statewide new play festival. Michael graduated from UW-Milwaukee with a BFA in Acting and from Northwestern University with an MFA in Directing.  michaelcotey.com      @mcotey

PRODUCERS

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Change the Ref

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Change the Ref was formed to amplify and support youth efforts and movement building, shifting America’s social response to gun violence, by uniting creativity, activism, disruption, and education. changetheref.org

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ENOUGH! Plays to End Gun Violence

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ENOUGH! Plays to End Gun Violence calls on teens to confront gun violence by creating new works of theatre that will spark critical conversations and inspire meaningful action in communities across the country. Our mission is to promote playwriting as a tool for self-expression and social change, harnessing this generation's spirit of activism and providing a platform for America's playwrights of tomorrow to discover and develop their voices today. Now in its third year, ENOUGH! has received more than 500 short plays by teen writers and more than 100 organizations have participated in ENOUGH!’s two previous Nationwide Readings. enoughplays.com 

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