A Transformative Theatre Project Capturing the Spiritual and Cultural Realities of Youth and Young Adults in Holy Rosary Parish, San Antonio, TexasTheater-8.5×11-All-Performances-Flyer-03.2021_v24339
St. Mary’s University presents a transformative theatre project capturing the spiritual and cultural realities of youth and young adults in Holy Rosary Catholic Parish located in San Antonio, Texas, telling their stories through performance using all theatrical elements — props, lighting, projection, sound, costumes, scenic units, and text/story.
The project was created by St. Mary’s University students Jorge Martinez, Rachel Huron, Gabriella Rivera, McKayala Rodriguez, and Vanessa Wheatly. A portion of the proceeds from tickets benefited Holy Rosary Catholic Parish.
Watch the full performance below.
Professor Bernadette Hamilton-Brady and students conducted interviews and surveys to develop the theatrical project. The interviews and surveys captured stories from the Youth at Holy Rosary Parish. Professor Bernadette Hamilton-Brady also interviewed parishioner Jerry Martinez, who recounts his past experiences at Holy Rosary and offers guiding wisdom to the Youth. You can access the transcript of the interview below.Holy-Rosary-Parish-Interview.Jerry-Martinez.3.4.2021