Friday, April 21, 2006

ADELITAS Reading on April 26, 7:30 PM

FEEDBACK LA cordially invites you
to a reading of

By Sarah Vaill

Mexico 1910: When Pancho Villa raids the Hacienda Palomas, teenage Adela escapes the fields to join his revolution. Swept into the chaos of war and passion, she finds the courage to lead and takes on a battle of wills with Villa himself.

This Wednesday, April 26th, 2006, at 7:30 p.m.

The victories and defeats in the Mexican Revolution were sung into folksongs by Pancho Villa's fighting men. Nearly 100 years later, the song La Adelita remains one of Mexico's most popular today. Remembered proudly, all the women of the Revolution's ranks have come to be known by one endearment—the ADELITAS.

“ADELITAS is an action-packed tale about loyalty, love, and learning which one is worth fighting for.”

The Sacred Fools Theater
660 N. Heliotrope (just south of Melrose), Hollywood 90004
Between Vermont and Normandie

++ Parking FREE in lot next to the building ++

A graduate of the UCLA Professional Program in Screenwriting, Sarah Vaill is also a bilingual documentary director, a member of NALIP, and…secretly a Doublemint twin. She writes for V-Day, launched by Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues, and has had a set of nine monologues commissioned for performance by WFN. Sarah's genre is female adventure stories, and ADELITAS is her 4th completed script.

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