Guide to the Ric Salinas Culture Clash Collection, 1978-2003

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Overview of the Collection

Collection Title: Ric Salinas Culture Clash Collection
Dates: 1978-2003
Identification: URB/CC-RS
Creator: Salinas, Ricardo
Physical Description: 3.78 linear feet
Language of Materials:

English

Spanish;Castilian
Repository: Urban Archives
Abstract: A founding member of Culture Clash, Ric Salinas was born in El Salvador, and moved to San Francisco as a child. He grew up in the Mission District and attended San Francisco State University, where he participated in the theater program and earned a degree in Speech Communications. A member of Teatro Latino, Salinas became interested in the Chicano movement because there was not an equivalent within the relatively small community of Salvadoreños in San Francisco. Culture Clash was founded on Cinco de Mayo, 1984 at René Yañez's Galería de la Raza/ Studio 24 in San Francisco's Mission District by Richard Montoya, Ricardo Salinas, Herbert Sigüenza, and José Antonio Burciaga. Culture Clash's brand of Chicano comedic theater has brought them to renowned venues including the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, the Lincoln Center in New York City, the Huntington in Boston, the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, The Alley Theatre in Houston, Texas, the Seattle Repertory Theatre in Seattle, and the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.
Note:
This collection was processed in part under a U.S. Department of Education Title V Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) Grant.

Biographical Information:

Ric Salinas was born in El Salvador, and moved to San Francisco as a child. He grew up in the Mission District and attended San Francisco State University, where he participated in the theater program and earned a degree in Speech Communications. A member of Teatro Latino, Salinas became interested in the Chicano movement because there was not an equivalent within the relatively small community of Salvadoreños in San Francisco.
Culture Clash was founded on Cinco de Mayo, 1984 at René Yañez's Galería de la Raza/ Studio 24 in San Francisco's Mission District by Richard Montoya, Ricardo Salinas, Herbert Sigüenza, and José Antonio Burciaga. Sigüenza had trained as a visual artist, Montoya's background was in spoken word poetry, and Salinas had performed as a break-dancer and bilingual rapper. The group was originally called Comedy Fiesta and conceived of as a troupe of six actors, comedians, and poets including Marga Gómez and Monica Palacios. The group eventually fragmented, and Culture Clash was formed with four members Burciaga, Montoya, Salinas, and Sigüenza. Burciaga left the group in 1988 and died in 1996.
Some of their best-known plays include The Mission (1988), A Bowl of Beings (1991 ), S.O.S—Comedy for These Urgent Times (1992, written in response to the Los Angeles Riots), Carpa Clash (1993; carpas are Mexican vaudevillian tent shows), Culture Clash Unplugged (1994), Radio Mambo: Culture Clash Invades Miami (1994), Bordertown (1998), Nuyorican Stories (1999), and Mission Magic Mystery Tour (2001). Many of these pieces were site-specific commissioned works. Bowl of Beings is particularly well-know as it was filmed for PBS' Great Performances series in 1992. Culture Clash performed their adaptation of Aristophanes' The Birds for South Coast Repertory Theater in San Diego, California and the Berkeley Repertory Theater in Berkeley, California in 1998.
Culture Clash's first book, Culture Clash: Life, Death, and Revolutionary Comedy , appeared in 1998. This publication includes scripts of many of their plays. In 2001 they published Culture Clash in AmeriCCa , a book that explores what it means to be an American through a series of vignettes. The book was inspired by the show Culture Clash Coast to Coast , which premiered at the Japanese Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
Through the efforts of comedian "Cheech" Marin, Culture Clash developed a show for Fox Television, entitled Fox Television's "Culture Clash." The show ran from 1993 to 1995 with a total of 30 episodes. The comedy sketch show featured guest appearances from Edward James Olmos, Jimmy Smits, Maria Conchita Alonso, and Dolores Huerta.
Los Boys de CC have been featured together and separately in several feature films. All three appeared in 1992's Encino Man as Loco, Enrique, and Chuly. Montoya was in Lucky Luke (1994), Falling Down (1993), and Hero (1992). Sigüenza can be seen in Star Maps (1997) and Hero (1992). In 1992, they co-produced and wrote Columbus on Trial, an award-winning short film.
In 1989 while trying to break up a fight, Ric was shot and severely wounded by a 17-year-old gang member with a sawed-off shotgun. The fight took place outside of Ric’s house in San Francisco, where he had been meeting with Richard to discuss Culture Clash business. This incident was incorporated in Bowl of Beings.
The members of Culture Clash also work on their own theatrical projects. Herbert Sigüenza was in Yo Soy Cantinflas, based on the life of the Mexican comedy star.

Access Terms

This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Genre/Form of Material:

Paper records
Photographic material
Publications

Personal Name:

Salinas, Ricardo

Topical Term:

Culture Clash (Comedy troupe)
Playbills--United States
Theater -- United States

Administrative Information

Processing Information:

robert G. Marshall, Rebecca S. Graff; February 2004

Conditions Governing Use:

Copyright for unpublished materials authored or otherwise produced by the creator(s) of this collection has not been transferred to California State University, Northridge. Copyright status for other materials is unknown. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owners. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Conditions Governing Access:

The collection is open for research use.

Preferred Citation:

[Identification of item], [date], Ric Salinas Culture Clash Collection , Special Collections and Archives, Oviatt Library, California State University, Northridge.

Related Materials:

Arrangement of Materials:

Series I: Plays, 1988-2004
Series II: Troupe, 1984-2000
Series III: Personal, 1978-2000

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of materials related to the professional and personal life of Ric Salinas, including the production, performances, and publicity of the Culture Clash theater troupe. The collection has been organized into three series: Plays (1988-2004), Troupe (1984-2000), and Personal (1978-2000).
Series I, Plays, consists of mailings, newspaper and magazine clippings, performance schedules, production notes, programs, reviews, and scripts and is arranged alphabetically by the title of the play.
Series II, Troupe, consists of materials that were created by and for the Culture Clash Troupe that are not part of the previous series. The materials include brochures, mailings, newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs, programs, public relations materials, reviews, and scripts. Materials are arranged alphabetically.
Series III, Personal, contains personal materials from Salinas. The series is arranged alphabetically.

Collection Contents

 

Series I: Plays, 1988-2004

 

Box 1

Folder 1

AmeriCCa-San Diego Repertory Theatre-Performing Arts: program, April 2002

Folder 2

The Birds-Berkeley Repertory Theatre-The Hilde Mosse Programs for Education: study guide, 1997-1998

Folder 3

The Birds-Berkeley Repertory Theatre-Performing Arts: program, March 1998

Folder 4

The Birds-South Coast Repertory: postcard, 1998 January 9-February 8

Folder 5

The Birds-South Coast Repertory-Performing Arts: program, February 1998

Folder 6

Bowl of Beings-Actors' Equity Association-Standard Resident Theatre Contract: employment contract, 1991 May 15

Folder 7

Bowl of Beings-Continuity Script: script, 1992 January 22

Folder 8

Bowl of Beings-First Act Apt Scenes: Scripts

Folder 9

Bowl of Beings-Los Angeles Theatre Center: programs

Folder 10

Bowl of Beings-Los Angeles Theatre Center: schedule, January-July 1991

Folder 11

Bowl of Beings-Los Angeles Theatre Center: ticket, 1991 June 20

Folder 12

Bowl of Beings-Mas-Lo Mejor Del Cine y Video Latinos: magazine, May 1993

Folder 13

Bowl of Beings-The Mexican Museum-Fort Mason Center: program, 1997 February 27

Folder 14

Bowl of Beings-National Latino Communications Center-1998 Video Collection: catalog, 1998

Folder 15

Bowl of Beings-October November Tour 1992: itinerary; schedule; script, October 1992

Folder 16

Bowl of Beings-PBS-Great Performances: production packet, 1992 March 4

Folder 17

Bowl of Beings-The Return of Che Guevara: scripts, 1990

Folder 18

Bowl of Beings-Revolutionary Comedy About Life, Death and Pizza: script, 1991 May 29

Folder 19

Bowl of Beings-Revolutionary Comedy About Life, Death and Pizza: script, 1991 May 29

Folder 20

Bowl of Beings-Stand and Deliver Pizza: script

Folder 21

Bowl of Beings-Writers Guild of America-TV Series Concept: registration papers, 1991 September 27

Folder 22

Bordertown-The Hollywood reporter: magazine review, 1999 June 21

Folder 23

Bordertown-San Diego Repertory Theatre: agreement; itineraries; maps; schedules, 1996-1997

Folder 24

Bordertown-San Diego Repertory Theatre: postcard; program, 22 May-28 June

Folder 25

Bordertown-Tom Hom-Shane Flores: rough draft scripts, 1997 September 1

Folder 26

Carpa Clash: articles; newspaper clippings, December 1993, June-July 1995

Folder 27

Carpa Clash: script, 1993 November 29

Folder 28

Carpa Clash-Mark Taper Forum: programs, Fall 1993

Folder 29

Coast to Coast: program, 2001 February 17-18

Folder 30

Columbus on Trial-1992: scripts, 1992 May 5

 

Box 2

Folder 1

Gomez, Gomez and Gomez: articles; newspaper clippings, April-May 1994

Folder 2

Gomez, Gomez and Gomez: script, 1992

Folder 3

Gomez, Gomez and Gomez: script, 1994 April 1

Folder 4

Gomez, Gomez and Gomez-Original First Drafts: scripts

Folder 5

A Lowrider Christmas: script, 1992 June 20

Folder 6

The Mission: articles; newspaper clippings, 1988-1991

Folder 7

The Mission: articles; newspaper clippings, 1993

Folder 8

The Mission: programs, 1990-1991

Folder 9

The Mission: script; show notes

Folder 10

The Mission: script, 1993 September 1

Folder 11

The Mission: scripts

Folder 12

The Mission: storyboards

Folder 13

The Mission-Second Draft: script

Folder 14

The Mission-Apartment C-The Kidnap: script

Folder 15

The Mission-Draft: script, 1988 September 8

Folder 16

The Mission-Draft: script

Folder 17

The Mission-Final Stage Draft: script, 1992

Folder 18

The Mission-Final Stage Draft: script, 1992

Folder 19

The Mission-Final Stage Draft: script, 1992

Folder 20

The Mission-La Jolla Playhouse-Performing Arts: program, September 1993

Folder 21

The Mission-Los Angeles Theatre Center: flyer, 29 August

Folder 22

The Mission-Los Angeles Theatre Center-Proclamation and Dedication: flyer, 1990 June 22

Folder 23

The Mission-University of Massachusetts-New World Theatre: schedule, Spring 1990

Folder 24

The Mission-Bowl of Beings-UCSB-Arts and Lectures: program, 1991 January 23-25

 

Box 3

Folder 1

Radio Mambo: articles, newspaper clippings, 1994-2000

Folder 2

Radio Mambo: letter, 25 September

Folder 3

Radio Mambo-American Theatre: magazine, March 1995

Folder 4

Radio Mambo-Arena Stage Washington DC: postcard, 1999 November 5-January 2

Folder 5

Radio Mambo-Arena Stage Washington DC: program, 1999 November 5-January 2

Folder 6

Radio Mambo-Brava Theatre Center: program, 1996 September 21-October 13

Folder 7

Radio Mambo-Call Board: magazine, October 1996

Folder 8

Radio Mambo-Cuban Air Force: script, 1993 October 5

Folder 9

Radio Mambo-First Draft: script, 1994 September 22

Folder 10

Radio Mambo-Florida Board of Tourism: script

Folder 11

Radio Mambo-For Your Information (FYI) San Francisco: magazines, 1997 February 28-March 6

Folder 12

Radio Mambo-International Network Toward Alternatives and Recovery (INTAR) Hispanic American Arts Center: postcard, 1996 May 23

Folder 13

Radio Mambo-Interview Subjects: character notes, 1994 July 3-10

Folder 14

Radio Mambo-Miami Light Project Update: production notes

Folder 15

Radio Mambo-Original "MAMBO": script, 1994 October 4

Folder 16

Radio Mambo-San Diego Repertory Theatre: newsletter, Fall 1996

Folder 17

Radio Mambo-Seattle Repertory Theatre: program, 1999 April 14-May 23

Folder 18

Radio Mambo-"Thank You": letter, 1994 July 13

Folder 19

Radio Mambo-Time Out New York: magazine, 1996 June 5-12

Folder 20

Radio Mambo-University of Massachusetts-New World Theatre: schedule, 1997-1998

Folder 21

Señor Discretion Himself-Arena Stage Washington DC: advertising, 2004 April 9-May 23

Folder 22

S.O.S.: articles; newspaper clippings, July, August, September, October 1992

Folder 23

S.O.S.: budget; production contracts; schedule; script

Folder 24

S.O.S.-Japanese American Theatre: postcard, 1992 July 9-11

Folder 25

S.O.S.-The Mexican Museum-Fort Mason Center: postcards, 1992 September 2-20

Folder 26

S.O.S.-Out In Front Festival-Mark Taper Forum: program, 1992 October 1-4

Folder 27

Unplugged: articles; clippings; newspapers, 1993, 1997

Folder 28

Unplugged-Blumsack/Reilly and The Hudson backstage: program

Folder 29

Unplugged-The Fountainhead Theatre: program

Folder 30

Unplugged-Lincoln Center: program; schedule, July 1993

Folder 31

Yo Frankie: articles; clippings, November-December 1990

Folder 32

Yo Frankie-Berkeley Repertory Theatre: newsletter; program, January 1991, 1990 October 29-November 30

Folder 33

Yo Frankie-Berkeley Repertory Theatre: study guide

Folder 34

Yo Frankie-Final Draft: script, January 1991

Folder 35

Yo Frankie-First Draft: script, 1990 June 25

 

Box 6

Folder 1

Anthology-The San Diego Union Tribune: newspaper article, 2000 January 9

Folder 2

The Birds: articles; newspaper clippings, January-March 1998

Folder 3

Bowl of Beings: articles; clippings; newspaper, 1991, 1992

Folder 4

Bowl of Beings-The New York Times Magazine: article; magazine, 1991 December 22

Folder 5

Bordertown: articles; clippings; newspapers, 1998-1999

Folder 6

Carpa Clash: article; clipping; newspapers, 1993-1995

Folder 7

The Mission: article; clippings, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991

Folder 8

Radio Mambo: articles; clippings, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999

Folder 9

Unplugged: articles; clippings; newspapers, 1997

Folder 10

Yo Frankie-Berkeley Repertory Theatre: newsletter; program, January 1991, 1990 October 29-November 30

 

Box 8

Folder 1

Radio Mambo: Culture Clash Invades Miami: compact disks, 2001

 

Series II: Troupe, 1984-2000

 

Box 4

Folder 1

15th Anniversary: postcard, June-December 1999

Folder 2

18th Annual Upton Sinclair-Creative Vision Award: program, 2000 June 13

Folder 3

20th Century Fox-Fact Sheet: publicity, July 1993

Folder 4

20th Century Fox-group headshots: publicity

Folder 5

20th Century Fox-One Bean Productions: script, 1991 February 4

Folder 6

20th Century Fox-Performance Overview: report, 1993-1994

Folder 7

20th Century Fox-Pilot-"Cheech" Marin and Eric Cohen: script, 1991 April 2

Folder 8

20th Century Fox-Pilot-"Cheech Marin and Eric Cohen-First Revisions: script, 1991 April 30

Folder 9

24th Street merchants-9th Annual Cultural Festival: program, 1987 September 13

Folder 10

24th Street merchants-10th Annual Cultural Festival: program, 1988 September 18

Folder 11

`96 Fall Tour-Comedy Show Routine and Line Up: script

Folder 12

Americas 2001-Ruben Blades: magazine, March-April 1988

Folder 13

Arts and Lectures-San Bernardino Valley College: schedule, Spring 1999

Folder 14

Avil Es Management and productions: brochures

Folder 15

The Bessies-12th Annual New York Dance and Performance Awards: program, 1996 September 9

Folder 16

"Borderlines": script

Folder 17

Burciaga, José Antonio and early newspaper articles: articles; newspaper clippings, 1985, 1986, 1995, 1996

Folder 18

Bursting My Bubble: script, 1995 May 17

Folder 19

California-Beyond Cheech and Chong; article; magazine, November 1989

Folder 20

California Arts Council-Guide to Programs: brochure, 1989-1990

Folder 21

California Plaza 1997: flyer, 1997 June 14

Folder 22

Comedy Revue: articles, newspaper clippings, 1990 March 20, March 30

Folder 23

Comedy Tonight-The Great American Music Hall: program, 1989 February 8-9

Folder 24

Comedy Troupe: postcard, 1988 January 3-March 4

Folder 25

Comedy Troupe-History and Resume: advertising, press release, show script

Folder 26

Comedy Troupe-Stronger Than Ever: postcards, 1990

Folder 27

Commedia Bowl: flyers

Folder 28

Correspondence, 1986-1989, 1992-1997, 2002

Folder 29

The Culture Clash Office!: mailer, 1993

Folder 30

"Echo Park Fever": script, 1992 November 24

Folder 31

Festival Latino-Los Angeles Times: newspaper clipping, 1995 July 7

Folder 32

Festival Latino-New York: program, 1985 August 8-18

Folder 33

Festival Latino-San Francisco: program, 1986 August 28-September 13

Folder 34

Festival Latino-The University of Connecticut: brochure, April 1986

Folder 35

Flora: script

Folder 36

Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center-1989-1990 Performing Arts Series: flyer; newsletter, 1989 June 9

Folder 37

A Hero and a Half: script, 1991 April 21

Folder 38

Japanese American Cultural and Community Center: brochure, August 1990

Folder 39

La Peña Cultural Center: newsletters, March 1986, February 1988, April 1990

Folder 40

La Peña-Comedy at Its best: flyers, 1-2 September

Folder 41

La Raza Graphics Center-The Fifteenth year: program, 1986 September 6

Folder 42

Las Mujeres De La Raza-Festival International de La Raza-Comedy Revue: program, 6 May

Folder 43

L.A. Weekly-12th Annual Theater Awards: program, 1991 March 18

Folder 44

Laughing Up the Street-MediammiX: card, 1986 March 1

Folder 45

The Lied Center of Kansas-University of Kansas School of Fine Arts: newsletters, September-October 1998

Folder 46

"Los Comedians": brochure; flyer, 1986 March 1

Folder 47

Low Rider-On the Rice: article; magazine, September 1984

Folder 48

Mother Jones-Men with a Mission: article; magazine, June 1990

Folder 49

Newspapers: articles; newspaper clippings, 1986-1999

Folder 50

Newsweek-Listening to Their Latin Beat: article; magazine, 1994 March 28

Folder 51

Over the Edge-KQED: flyer

Folder 52

Passion Play-The Way of the Cross-El Teatro Campesino: playbill, 1989 March 24-25

Folder 53

Procares Fundraiser-Mission Neighborhood Center: flyer, 3 October

Folder 54

Saludos Hispanos-Culture Clash: article; magazine, April 1992, May 1992

Folder 55

Sam Donaldson: script

Folder 56

Show Time 97-Asian American Drug Abuse Program: program, 1997 August 2

Folder 57

Sol Latino Latin Sun-the University of Connecticut: newsletter, April-May 1986

Folder 58

Stationary-group photograph: card

 

Box 5

Folder 1

Tele Guia-Programacior en Español: article, December 1987

Folder 2

Television Show related: articles; clippings; newspapers; reviews, 1991-1994

Folder 3

Theater Tickets: ticket stubs, 1986 August 6-13, 1986 September 7, 13, January 29

Folder 4

Tonantzin-Chincano Arts in San Antonio: program, November 1992

Folder 5

TV Times-Los Angeles Times: magazine, 1993 July 25-31

Folder 6

Una Noche del Teatro `95-The Orange County Register: article, 1995 July 21

Folder 7

Untitled: script

Folder 8

Valet Symphony: script, 1995 May 17

Folder 9

Varieties-University of California San Diego: season schedule, 1992-1993

Folder 10

Vatos in Da Hood: script

Folder 11

"Videomania": script

 

Box 7

Folder 1

Burciaga, José Antonio and early newspaper articles: articles; clippings, 1985, 1986, 1995, 1996

Folder 2

Festival Latino: newsletter; poster, 1986 August 6-31

Folder 3

L.A. Style-The Nuevo Borscht Belt: article; magazine, February 1993

Folder 4

Life, Death and Revolutionary Comedy: book covers; clipping

Folder 5

Newspapers; articles; clippings, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1998, 1990

Folder 6

Saludos Hispanos-Culture Clash: article; magazine, April 1992, May 1992

Folder 7

Television Show related: articles; clippings; newspapers; reviews, January 1991-May 1994

Folder 8

Vibe-Three Amigos: article; magazine, May 1994

 

Box 8

Folder 2

Best of the Culture Clash television show: VHS videocassette, 2003 October 27

 

Box 9

Folder 1

Brown Face: photograph

Folder 2

Comedy Troupe the Most Hilarious: photograph

Folder 3

Comedy Troupe with José Antonio Burciaga: photograph

Folder 4

Culture Clash: photograph

Folder 5

Culture Clash Montage: photograph

Folder 6

Culture Clash Publicity Shot: photograph

Folder 7

Culture Clash with taped mouths: photograph

Folder 8

Ricardo "Slick Ric" Salinas: photograph

Folder 9

Totem pole formation: photograph

Folder 10

With Fathers': photograph

 

Series III: Personal, 1978-2000

 

Box 5

Folder 12

5th Annual Encuentro del Canto Popular: program, 1986 October 17-18

Folder 13

7th Annual Encuentro del Canto Popular: program, 1988 October 7-9

Folder 14

10th Annual Cinco de Mayo-UC Berkeley MECHA/ASUC: program, 1985 May 5

Folder 15

24th Street Merchants Association-6th Annual Cultural Festival: flyer, 1984 September 16

Folder 16

24th Street Merchants Association-6th Annual Report: magazine, 1984-1985

Folder 17

Aqui Se Venden Mapas: script

Folder 18

Barrio Visions-A Collage of Dramatic Dialogues: program

Folder 19

Bernabe-El Teatro Campesino: article, 1985 August 2

Folder 20

Cinco de Mayo Events-De Anza College: flyer, 1987 May 6-8

Folder 21

Comedy Celebration-Benefit for "Slick Ric": Salinas: postcard, 1989 October 30

Folder 22

Dare To Live!, Si Se Puede: script, 1987 October 15

Folder 23

Dark Root of a Scream: articles; newspaper clippings; flyer; program, March-April, August 1985

Folder 24

El Sol de San Diego-Salinas Interview: article, 1992 December 17

Folder 25

Esencia Newspaper Vol. 1 No. 1-Chicano Theatre in Aztlan: article, 1981

Folder 26

"Just a Coconut": poem

Folder 27

Liz Estrada - San Francisco State University-Ric's First Play: article; flyer; program, 1981 May 19, June-July 1981

Folder 28

M.C. Gordo Rap: script

Folder 29

Profile-Ricardo "Slick Ric" Salinas: resume

Folder 30

Promo for Culture Clash: creative notes

Folder 31

"Reunion"-Grupo Yerba Buena: program

Folder 32

Refelctions-Excerpt from "Bowl of Beings": monologue, 1991 July 23

Folder 33

Rick Salinas-head shot: print

Folder 34

Roosters: articles; flyer, September 1987, October 1987

Folder 35

Roosters-Eureka Theatre: program, 1987 September 16-October 11

Folder 36

Salinas Shooting: articles; newspaper clippings, September 1989, December 1989

Folder 37

Salinas Shooting-Benefits: newspaper clippings; program, September 1989, October 1989

Folder 38

Salinas Shooting-Get Well Wishes: cards; notes, September 1989, October 1989

Folder 39

Salsa Goes to Hollywood-MC "Slick Ric": invitation, 1985 January 26

Folder 40

Showbill-New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater-Festival Latino in New York: program, 1985 August 8-18

Folder 41

Soldado Razo-Lowrider-El Teatro Campesino: article; magazine, June 1985

Folder 42

Soldado Razo-The New York Times: article; newspaper, 1985 June 21, August 4, 9

Folder 43

Teo's Final Spin (Bullet Dancing in Times of War): articles; clippings, 1987 June 24, May 1988

Folder 44

Teo's Final Spin (Bullet Dancing in Times of War)-Teatro de la Esperanza: postcards, 1988 May 28-June 26

Folder 45

Teo's Final Spin-Callboard-Theatre Bay Area: magazine, June 1988

Folder 46

This is For My Pansa: poem

Folder 47

Untitled-Story Idea by Ric Salinas: script outline, 1991 January 15

Folder 48

Rene Yanez: newspaper clipping

Folder 49

KULTCHA: California license plate, June 2000

 

Box 7

Folder 9

Roosters-Drama-Logue: newspaper, 1987 October 1-7

Folder 10

Salinas Shooting: articles; clippings, September 1989, December 1989

Folder 11

Soldado Razo-The New York Times: article; newspaper, 1985 June 21, August 4, 9

Folder 12

Tom-Tom-high school newspaper: articles; clippings, January, March, May 1978

 

Box 9

Folder 11

To Ricardo Salinas from the cast of Southerly: photograph, 1989