Funny and true-ACT’s “Trumbo: Red, White and Blacklisted”

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In 1947, during the paranoia-driven Hollywood blacklist of writers and actors, Dalton Trumbo—one of “the Hollywood Ten”—made it his mission to stand against the censorship and fear.

Starting with his congressional testimony, Dalton Trumbo wryly tells his own story of his fight with Congress, The Supreme Court and persecution by the Hollywood Studios who fired him and kept him fired for 13 years.

Trumbo was the highest paid writer in Hollywood with hits such as Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, Spartacus and Johnny Got His Gun.

Only on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 25-26, Azuay Community Theatre brings Trumbo’s courageous and timely story to the stage at Casa de la Cultura, second floor in the 85-seat Sala de Carrasco theater.

Only two performances, so get your tickets now for this poignant and inspiring dramedy:

All tickets $15 prepaid:

Casa de La Cultura, Second Floor. Sala de Carrasco. El Centro: Luis Cordero y Presidente Cordova


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