“What Killed Marcelo Lucero?” at North Shore High School Tonight

Teatro Yerbabruja will present a performance of “What Killed Marcelo Lucero?” tonight at North Shore High School.

The performance is sponsored by Welcoming Long Island, a campaign of Long Island Wins, in conjunction with the Long Island Immigrant Alliance, Long Island Traditions, and North Shore High School.

To read about a recent newsmaking performance of the play in Patchogue, click here.

“What Killed Marcelo Lucero?” at North Shore High School

“What Killed Marcelo Lucero?” at North Shore High School with a special presentation by students at North Shore High School on race relations. The play is based on the November 2008 killing of Ecuadorian immigrant Marcelo Lucero in Patchogue. Lucero was attacked and stabbed to death by a gang of teenagers who were targeting Hispanic immigrants for violence.

The murder, along with the tepid response by some local government officials, triggered outrage that spread well beyond the Long Island village where the crime occurred. While that outrage spurred political action, it also stirred local artists like Teatro Experimnental Yerbabruja to engage the community in search of solutions. To learn more about the group, visit teatroyerbabruja.org.

May 24


North Shore High School
450 Glen Cove Avenue
Glen Head


Long Island Traditions

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