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B’aktun 13: A Teatro Milagro Production

Date: 7:00pm PDT September 25, 2012 Location: Templeton Campus Center

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Teatro Milagro tours the nation with original bilingual theatre productions, reaching diverse communities across the nation. 

Written by Dañel Malán, B’aktun 13 is the story of Rio, Luz and Sal, who are swept up in an immigration raid and deported to Mexico, where they are suddenly immersed into indigenous cultural experiences. As they are drawn into prophecies surrounding B’aktun 13, the final era in the Mayan calendar, they encounter Mayan deities Ixchel, goddess of water and moon, and Ahpuch, god of death, who lead the trio deeper into a mythological universe. Time revolves like a Mayan calendar as each must face the consequences of their pasts. When the end of the era of B’aktun 13 arrives on December 21, 2012, will the world change? Or will they?

This production is part of a tour of Oregon communities as well as schools, colleges and universities around the country.

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