Culture Clash goes on An American Odyssey to find immigrant voices that might otherwise go unheard


“You can’t make fun of [the current political scene] because it’s not funny. It’s already grotesque and surreal.”

Now in its second year, the Chicago International Latino Theater Festival continues this weekend
with the midwest premiere of An American Odyssey by the
California-based performance trio Culture Clash. This program of character
monologues is written and performed by Richard Montoya, Ric Salinas, and
Herbert Sigüenza, who founded Culture Clash in San Francisco’s Mission
district on May 5 (Cinco de Mayo), 1984.…

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