Back in 2010, I had the pleasure of watching and listening to a dear friend, Joe, perform a one-man show he had written himself … Pocho In The House.  In Joe’s story he reveals the various elements of being raised Mexican-American, providing me a better understanding of our contrasts and sameness.

Emphasizing the ways that our differences reveal our similarities, Pocho in the House opens a window on the human condition and gives us a chance to laugh, cry, and explore our common humanity.

Thanks to Santa Rosa Junior College, Joe will be returning to the North Bay for two FREE, PUBLIC performances of Pocho In The House on the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses.  You’ll laugh and you’ll cry!  You won’t regret it!



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