Brian Quijada’s wild, comic theatrical ride “Where Did We Sit on the Bus,” explores identity through rap and hip-hop, music and dance, sparked by the story of Rosa Parks. Quijada performs his one-man show at Boise Contemporary Theater Jan. 11 to 28, 2017.
Brian Quijada’s wild, comic theatrical ride “Where Did We Sit on the Bus,” explores identity through rap and hip-hop, music and dance, sparked by the story of Rosa Parks. Quijada performs his one-man show at Boise Contemporary Theater Jan. 11 to 28, 2017. Joel Maisonet
Brian Quijada’s wild, comic theatrical ride “Where Did We Sit on the Bus,” explores identity through rap and hip-hop, music and dance, sparked by the story of Rosa Parks. Quijada performs his one-man show at Boise Contemporary Theater Jan. 11 to 28, 2017. Joel Maisonet
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