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Culture Clash (Still) In America 

When: Through April 5
Price: $30-$97
In San Francisco’s Galeria De La Raza, actors Richard Montoya, Ricardo Salinas, and Herbert Siguenza formed Culture Clash in 1984 as a form of documentary-style theatre used to satirize the American experience of Latinos. Thirty-six years later, the trio of satirists and documentarians is still at it, with its latest, Culture Clash (Still) In America, a companion piece to its earlier play, Culture Clash in AmeriCCa. Most of sketch material is from interviews members have done over several years to chronicle the lives and worldviews of people living in various cities around the country — including San Francisco, Boston, Miami, New York, Washington, D.C., and San Diego/Tijuana — to (often hilariously) capture the differences and the similarities among diverse Americans in diverse corners of the nation.
— D. Scot Miller

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