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Buffalo'ed  The new play by award winning playwright Jeannie Barroga is set to premiere in San Jose April 2012.  
BUFFALO'EDexpands on the Buffalo Soldiers' history with the 1899 U.S.-acquired Philippines. Filipino rebels and African-
Americans soldiers joined forces.

Discover through multi-media and movement, how Filipinos
practiced escrima within dances and the sound and climate of
that era.

Depicted: an African-American couple (the wife , an unsung heroine) transcend their separation by war; a Pinay General strategizes resistance; Buffalo Soldiers review their lot years post-Emancipation; and U.S. American soldiers clash on ideals.

Mythic David Fagen, a Coyote-
like figure connects this pro-imperialist era with current
foreign occupations.

Projected period graphics, mesmerizing movements, and
live music enhance this one-of-a-kind production.For more information visitwww.jeanniebarroga.com 
Buffalo'ed  The new play by award winning playwright Jeannie Barroga is set to premiere in San Jose April 2012.  
BUFFALO'EDexpands on the Buffalo Soldiers' history with the 1899 U.S.-acquired Philippines. Filipino rebels and African-
Americans soldiers joined forces.

Discover through multi-media and movement, how Filipinos
practiced escrima within dances and the sound and climate of
that era.

Depicted: an African-American couple (the wife , an unsung heroine) transcend their separation by war; a Pinay General strategizes resistance; Buffalo Soldiers review their lot years post-Emancipation; and U.S. American soldiers clash on ideals.

Mythic David Fagen, a Coyote-
like figure connects this pro-imperialist era with current
foreign occupations.

Projected period graphics, mesmerizing movements, and
live music enhance this one-of-a-kind production.For more information visitwww.jeanniebarroga.com 
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