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Palestine, New Mexico  

Research guide for Culture Clash’s performance of Richard Montoya’s play Palestine, New Mexico at the Mark Taper Forum on January 22, 2010.
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Friday, January 22, 2010

7:10 p.m.


Culture Clash


Learn more about the history of the groundbreaking performance group on their Web site. You can find news about upcoming events and watch videos from their 25th anniversary tribute, “A Bowl of Beings,” “Stand and Deliver Pizza,” “Weekend at Bernardos,” “Chicano Superheroes,” and other pieces. The Oviatt Library at Cal State Northridge, is home to Culture Clash’s archives. You can find a virtual exhibition here.


Culture Clash in Americca: Four Plays

By Culture Clash

Leavey Library PS572.S33C85 2003


Culture Clash: Life, Death, and Revolutionary Comedy

By Richard Montoya, Herbert Siguenza and Ric Salinas

Doheny Library PS3563.O5459C85 1998


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