During a third grade lesson on the Civil Rights movement and Rosa Parks, a Latino boy raises his hand to ask, “Where did we sit on the bus?” His teacher can’t answer the question. This autobiographical solo show follows that kid from his childhood to adulthood, as he explores his family’s history, his identity as a first-generation American, and what the world will be like for his future children. Featuring live music that brings together Latin beats, hip-hop, and looping, Where Did We Sit on the Bus is a high-energy, tour-de-force theatrical experience that examines what it means to be Latino in America.
All children need a ticket to attend performances. Children under four are not permitted except for specifically-identified productions.