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Monterey: KMST, Ch. 46. Part 1: (019) Interview with Luis Valdez and members of El Teatro Campesino by Lillian Rojas. (2) Shot of a performance of ""Los Vendidos."" (3) Valdez talks about early history of El Teatro Campesino , including a film clip from 1967. Part 2: (020) (1) Interviews with Olivia Chumacero, Luis Valdez and Phil Esparza by Lillian Rojas. Luis Valdez talks about ""Pastorelas,"" ""Mundo,"" concept of Menyah, with slides of ""Virgen"" and ""Pastorela"" performance. (2) Roberta Delgado, Esparza and Olivia Chumacero show costumes and props from various productions, and talk of calaveras. Part 3: (021) (1) Lillian Rojas interviews Luis Valdez, Olivia Chumacero, Phil Esparza; shots of model of playhouse; slides of and talks about Children's Workshop; talks about the future plan of ETC; Luis Valdez talks of ""Pensamiento Serpentino."" (2) Edward Gruskin joins interview; talks about ""Zoot Suit,"" cinematic technique used for theater, the playhouse; Gruskin speaks about audience attendance to San Juan Bautista.
El Teatro Campesino Archives
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