Trafficked 2.0

dance & physical theatre · the catalyst · Ages 16+ · world premiere · 1hr · United States of America

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Winner – Hollywood Fringe 2018 Scholarship

Trafficked 2.0 tells a story that occurs much too often and told not nearly enough. On her 13th birthday, a young girl is kidnapped and sold into the horrors of sex trafficking. While in containment, she meets a young woman who has been there for a long while. They form a special bond until tragedy strikes and they are separated from each other. Trafficked 2.0 is a show that interweaves Thai, Spanish, and English throughout the show and utilizes the expressive movements of the body to represent a story that forces audiences to acknowledge the awful operations that are going on right under their noses, in their countries, in their neighborhoods, by people that they know. It is a powerful, informative, call to action in the most beautiful and heartbreaking way. This show is associated with The Catalyst and the Fringers Alliance.

production team

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sarai ford

assistant director
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maddie martin

asst. choreographer
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austin jiang

asst. choreographer
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verenice zuniga

mom / gabriella
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tim baran

bidder #1
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daniel spero

bidder #2
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ramon garcia

bidder #3
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cat elgarrista

costume designer
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andio manguray

house manager
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james ventura

co-poster designer
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camille wong

co-poster designer
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jessica peters

copy editor / programs
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aaron alvarado

art editor
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zachary johnson-dunlop *

lighting designer
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erin moore *

stage manager

* Fringe Veteran

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