Luis Valdez -- Early Works: Actos, Bernabe, and Pensamiento Serpentino

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Preliminary Note on this Edition

The Archives of El Teatro Campesino and
The Luis Valdez Collection

In 1985 El Teatro Campesino and Luis Valdez entered into a long term arrangement with the library of the University of California at Santa Barbara, calling for the establishment of two special archival collections on the work of our internationally renowned theatre company and its noted founder, artistic director and resident playwright.

The Archival Project is now an established on-going process, that has already seen the first phase of a massive task of cataloging and duplicating 25 years worth of archival material from El Teatro Campesino, including scripts, published books, dissertations, theses, published reviews, articles and interviews, edited and unedited film and video, photographs, photo negatives, slides, audio recording, historical masks, costumes, props, lighting plots, costume renderings, set and prop designs, posters, press files, organizational papers, and the private papers of Luis Valdez.

Our collection housed at the Colección Tloque Nahuaque of the Library of UCSB and at The Archives of El Teatro Campesino at our Playhouse in San Juan Bautista will provide for continued preservation and ultimately for increased availability for legitimate scholarly research. The publication of this anthology, "Luis Valdez-Early Works: Actos, Bernabé and Pensamiento Serpentino" is within the spirit and objectives of the Archival Project in disseminating our works.

Luis Valdez is recognized as creating a distinct theatrical tradition and, as one writer put it, "...the only living creator of a

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Preliminary Note on This Edition 1
  • Introduction 3
  • Notes on Chicano Theatre 6
  • The Actos 11
  • Actos 15
  • Preface 16
  • Las Dos Caras Del Patroncito 17
  • Quinta Temporada 1966 28
  • Los Vendidos 1967 40
  • La Conquista De Mexico (a Puppet Show) 53
  • No Saco Nada De La Escuela 1969 66
  • The Militants 1969 91
  • Huelguistas 1970 95
  • Vietnam Campesino 98
  • Soldado Razo 1971 121
  • Bernabé 134
  • Pensamiento Serpentino - A Chicano Approach to the Theatre of Reality 168
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