Last Day of Summer Fundrasier

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Celebrate the break from the Arizona heat with Somos America on the last day of summer, Friday, September 22, 2017, 6pm at 302 W Latham St, Phoenix, AZ 85003.

It is not too late to buy your ticket!

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Doors open at 5:30, the performance starts at 6pm.

Your ticket price includes a buffet dinner of green chile pork shredded and grilled shredded chicken, with tice, beans and tortillas.

At this fundraising event, you can support the great work of Somos America &


View the beauty of this historic Phoenix landmark




Check out the Great Arizona Puppet Theater gift shop




Enjoy a staged reading from the play “1070” by James E. Garcia and performed by the New Carpa Theater



Do you need any accommodations?

Please contact Sara Joehnk via email at or leave a voicemail at (480) 360-4426.

Learn More About Our Event Sponsors!

“New Carpa Theater Co. was founded in 2002 by James E. Garcia. The nonprofit troupe presents new works by established Latino and multicultural emerging Latino and artists. James E. Garcia is the founder and producing artistic director of New Carpa and the author of more than 30 plays. He earned his MFA in Creative Writing/Playwriting in 2006.”

You can follow their work on social media, Facebook and Twitter.



“Great Arizona Puppet Theater is a non-profit professional puppet theater founded in 1983 as a touring company. The theater is open to the public 5 days a week year-round with shows for children and adults and also tours throughout the community serving a total audience of 85,000 annually, mostly children.”

Learn more about the Great Arizona Puppet Theater and their upcoming shows on their website HERE!

Do you know a student who is an active advocate for immigration rights here in Arizona?

Read some of the great reviews of “1070”!

“In some ways the passage of SB1070 seems like ancient history, which is why this play is so important to see now. The struggle continues.”

Wendy Resnik

“This felt like a true story. James Garcia and the cast do an excellent job of showing the consequences of passing SB 1070 and I connected many events in this heartbreaking and terrifying tale with events I’ve witnessed in Phoenix. A must-see for anyone who cares about Phoenix, its people, and its history.”

Julie Cameron Bufkin

Help Us Spread the Word!

Download the event flyer here.

All proceeds from this event go to Somos America, a 501c3 Arizona nonprofit organization.