On The Hill

Thank You For Making The World Premier Of “On The Hill: I Am Alex Nieto” Such A Success! four Sold Out Shows! An Audience Of Over 1500 People! AND Our tour reached over 3,000 people with eight sold out shows in four cities.

 

14324339_10154535196419810_5338121443551765697_oWe Are Still Raising Funds To Support A Tour Of “On The Hill” To Local Schools & Communities Throughout California Affected By Police Violence

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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 SF 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.

Thank you for all the love and support we were able to accomplish the following with On The Hill:

  1. Tour an 18 person youth cast with On The Hill
  2. Present 8 sold out shows
  3. Present in 4 different cities outside of San Francisco
  4. Reached over 4,000 audience members

October 2016 – April 2017

  • On The Hill Alex Memorial @ Brava Theater, San Francisco, CA 10.21.16
  • On The Hill World Premiere @ Brava Theater 10. 27- 10.30.16 – SOLD OUT
  • On The Hill Tour @ City College of San Francisco 11.3.17 – SOLD OUT
  • On The Hill Tour @ Lick Wilmerding High School, SF 11.9.17 – SOLD OUT
  • On The Hill Tour @ Laney College, Oakland 2.2.17 – SOLD OUT
  • On The Hill @ UC Santa Cruz 3.14.17 – SOLD OUT
  • On The Hill @ University high school, SF 3.29.17 – SOLD OUT
  • On The Hill @ Delta College, Stockton CA 4.21.17 – SOLD OUT
  • On The Hill @ University of San Francisco 4.27.17 – SOLD OUT

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On The HillDirected 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. 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 & discover opportunities for solutions, healing and unification.