“Many May Not Return” is an antiwar-play, family drama, brought to life by the efforts of a Latin American Family.  It is magnificently written by David Trujillo, directed by his son actor David Edward Reyes, costumed designed by his daughter Marisa, lights and tech by his son Gabriel Trujillo, and also features his wife in it.  You see?! A Latin family effort to bring to life a story that is worth to be told that you cannot miss!   It is a wonderful story with a wonderful message with in!

Director  of “Many May not Return,” Actor David Edward Reyes

Synopsis:

A Chicano/Latino family, in crises as a consequence of two forces-an undeclared war (Vietnam) and their economic condition as a working-class family. A father proud of his history of fighting a dead end intervention in Korea only to come home to racism and economic oppression that causes his young son to turn to the military as an economic alternative and to find another son drafted against his will. Linda a young woman learns about the legacy of her family. She asks the questions; will the next generation face the same war issues, will the next generation feel the pain of war? Without a doubt, this is a story about how families will face the issues of war while living in a nation that is continuously at war.

Three shows only! Say not to war, and let’s support art and diversity!

Avery Schreiber Playhouse

4934 Lankershim Blvd, North Hollywood, California 91601

Dates:
Friday, August 31 @ 8:00pm
Saturday, September 1 @ 8:00pm
Sunday, September 2 @ 6:00pm

$20 General Admissions
$10 Students

Contact:
manymaynotreturn@gmail.com

Edgar Caballero-Velazquez is a writer, actor and singer whose interest for the arts started at an early age. He has been involved in community theater at the Starlight Theatre in Rockford, Illinois; located in Rock Valley College, institution which he has an associate degree of Arts. His vocal training includes Sheila Vayenas, a former Broadway performer. He is best known for his role “El Maestro de Baile,” in the play “El Burgués Gentil Hombre; a play by Molière and directed by Felipe Cortés.