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LOCO BLOCO’S YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGIN AUGUST 22
ALL CLASSES ARE ALWAYS FREE
Loco Bloco Bateria Class: Ages 13-24
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All level percussion class offering a diverse knowledge of Afro-Latino rhythms (Brazilian, Cuban, Haitian, Hip Hop). Focusing on technique, theory & expression with a “Bloco” philosophy
MONDAYS 5:00pm – 6:30pm starts August 22
Brava Theater Center: 2781 24th St SF
POCO PERFORMANCE CLASS: Grades 1st – 5th
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Afro-Latino Drum & Dance Class focused on preparing students to perform with Loco Bloco in community events and original productions
WEDNESDAYS 5:00pm – 6:00pm – starts August 24
Mission Boys & Girls Club: 901 Alabama St SF
For More Information & To Register For Classes Contact:
Abi Hernandez, Arts Education Program Coordinator
abi@locobloco.org – (415) 864-5626×9
LOCO BLOCO PERFORMANCE ENSEMBLE AUDITIONS
Monday August 22nd 6:30pm – 8:00pm – Brava Theater: 2781 24th Street 2015 5 loco bloco show (305) (Large)
*Open To Ages 13-24*
Drummers – Dancers – Musicians
Join Loco Bloco’s Performance Ensemble & Perform At Community Events Throughout The Bay Area & Be Featured In Loco Bloco’s Self-Produced Shows
All Levels & Experience Welcome – Come Ready To Dance, Drum & Shine

contact alma@locobloco.org for more info

“ON THE HILL” ACTOR CASTING
Monday August 22nd 5:00pm – 7:00pm
5:00pm – 7:00pm @ CCSF Mission Campus: 1125 Valencia St. ROOM 107
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Actors Must Be Available For All Rehearsals: August 25  – October 26
Mondays/Thursdays/Fridays 5pm-7:00pm
Performances On: Oct 27-30 & Nov 3
Loco Bloco is now casting actors ages 15-24 for all roles in: “On the Hill” an original docu-theater production directed by renowned playwright Paul Flores. “On the Hill” aims to use performance art to tell the story of the impact that the death of Alex Nieto at the hands of the SFPD has had on youth of color residing in San Francisco neighborhoods that are currently being gentrified. By using music, dance and theater to tell this story, this project will serve as a powerful tool for communities divided by issues of police violence, racism, gentrification and economic disparity to find ways to dialogue with each other and discover opportunities for solutions, healing and unification

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