Sarah W. Heath Center for Equality and Justice

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WET: A DACAmented Journey

Written and performed by Alex Alpharaoh

WET: A DACAmented Journey

WET: A DACAmented Journey, is the story of what it means to be an American in every sense of the word except for one: on paper. It chronicles the story of Anner Cividanis' Journey of living his whole life in the United States as an undocumented American.

Written and performed live by Alex Alpharaoh, the play captures the desperation that Dreamers feel when considering the very limited options of adjustment of status and being forced to navigate a broken U.S. immigration system. The play examines the mental, emotional and psychological hardship one man has to endure in order to secure his livelihood in the only home he has known: Los Angeles.

Tickets available online or at the door prior to the show

FREE for all students 


Suggested $20 donation for community members (to CLU Food Pantry)

Parking: NW corner of Olsen Road and Mountclef Boulevard (by the pool) or SW corner of Olsen Road and Mountclef Boulevard (non-permit/guest parking)

Image: Hollywood Fringe Festival


Sponsored By
Sarah W. Heath Center for Equality and Justice; Multicultural Programs


Sarah W. Heath Center for Equality and Justice