UndocMonologues – Elevating the Voices of Undocumented Immigrants

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr Day, Motus Theater is premiering the UndocMonologues, featuring stories from the heart by undocumented community leaders on the frontline of U.S. immigration policy.  There will be two unique performances on MLK Day at the Dairy Arts Center in Boulder.

At the free 3pm family friendly performance, Teresita Lozano who sang at the 2019 gubernatorial inauguration of Jared Polis, will be performing with the monologists including Kiara Chavez. At 6pm, jazz great, Robert Johnson (who sang with Stevie Wonder and Stan Getz) will be responding musically to the monologues, including one performed by Laura Peniche.



  • 3pm – FREE performance for families (age 10 and up) with a musical performance by Teresita Lozano – the vocalist of the 2019 gubernatorial inauguration! And visual art by UndocuQueer Artist Julio Salgado. UndocuMonologists include Kiara Chavez, Juan Juarez, Armando Peniche, Irving Reza & Reydesel Salvidrez Rodriguez. For more info click here
  • 6pm -Don’t miss this once in a lifetime performance in which jazz great Robert Johnson (who sang with Stan Getz and Stevie Wonder) offers a musical response to powerful stories by Tania Chairez, Laura Peniche, Alejandro Fuentes Mena, Victor Galvan & Cristian Solano-Cordova. Johnson will be accompanied by the pianist Adam Bodine. And visual art by UndocuQueer Artist Julio Salgado. Get your tickets by clicking here:
    Laura Peniche

Motus Theater’s UndocuAmerica interrupts the dehumanizing portrayals of immigrants by encouraging thoughtful engagement on the challenges facing the undocumented community and the assets immigrants bring to our country.

Motus worked with ten undocumented leaders to help them write powerful stories about their lives. Stories told are on a variety of themes, such as: the pain of being categorized as a criminal; losing family to deportation; the challenge of attending college without documentation; and being rejected by the country in which you were raised.