Walk with Little Amal: Amal's Ofrenda
Nov 1, 2023

Walk with Little Amal: Amal's Ofrenda

Date: 1 Nov 2023
Start Time: 3:00pm
Location: El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument

Little Amal is welcomed to El Pueblo, the historic birthplace of Los Angeles. She is introduced to the vivid colors and sounds of Día de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, by the Carpa Calavera Ensemble and El Pueblo's community altars.

In partnership with Community Arts Resources (CARS), About Productions and Theresa Chavez, City of Los Angeles, El Pueblo Historic Monument and Olvera Street Merchant Association.


Community Arts Resources - Executive Producer
Aaron Paley - President
Katie Bergin - Executive Director
Tamara O'Connor - Vice President
Kora Peterson - Lead Producer
Erin Soares - Executive Coordinator

Theresa Chavez - Producing Artistic Director
Sofija Dutcher - Administrative Director
Gaby Ostrove - Program Coordinator
Dorothy Hoover - Props Designer
Mari Riddle - Volunteer
Angela Sonner - Event Support 


Carpa Truck Musicians and Son Jarocho Singers
Marlene Beltran
Josh Duron
Textli Gallegos
Stephani Candelaria

Arte Flamenco Dance Theatre
Clarita Corona - Artistic Director/Dancer
Art Jauregui - Managing Director

Clarita Corona
Rossana Alcocer
Marisa Aguayo
Stephanie Betancourt
Anastasia Duevas
Camilla Fernandez
Assieh La Mora
Jenna Rosenberg
Bobby de Sofia - Guitarist
The Betancourt Family - Volunteers

Son Jarocho Band
César Castro
Rebecca Gomez
Crystal Gonzalez
Deja Hunter
Manuel de Jesus Sandoval
Federico Zuñiga Jr. 

Freddie Chavez, Lead Dancer


Amal's Ofrenda at El Pueblo de Los Angeles National Monument is produced by Community Arts Resources.

Amal's Ofrenda is made possible by our generous supporters and donors: The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, The Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation, City of Los Angeles Council District 14, The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, Skirball Cultural Center, Felicia Rosenfeld and David Linde, Yuval Bar-Zemer, City of Los Angeles El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, Olvera Street Merchants Association, LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, and the Topa Institute.

Amal Walks Across America is produced by The Walk Productions in association with Handspring Puppet Company. 

Amal Walks Across America was made possible with an inaugural investment from the Doris Duke Foundation, as well as leadership support from the Bezos Family Foundation. Additional generous support was provided by the Backstage Trust, the Barr Foundation, Sunny Bates, Ben & Jerry's, Bloomberg Philanthropies, CARE, Choose Love, The Conrad Prebys Foundation, the Donald A. Pels Charitable Trust, El-Hibri Foundation, Landry Family Foundation, Ruby Lerner, Lush Cosmetics, the McMillan Stewart Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, Molly Blank Fund of the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, the Opportunity Fund, The Shapiro Foundation, Students Rebuild, T. Rowe Price, the Thorne Cox Family Foundation, Barbara Tober in honor of Diane Love, and The W Trust.


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