Who Shot La Miguelito?, 2019.
This dynamic performance piece, written and directed by Sean San José, parallels the murder of a young street artist in San Francisco’s Mission District with the death of immigrant, working-class neighborhoods. Mapping the Mission in murals, tags, stickers, stencils, and socio-political protest art, the piece invites the audience to see, hear, and move with refugees, immigrants, first gens—and ghosts. Originally created for the San Francisco performance group Campo Santo, the piece was made anew for UC Berkeley with an original score, immersive design, and incorporated student stories.
B.A. Theater and Performance Studies, 2020 | UC Berkeley Performing Arts |
Raina Williams is a 2020 graduate of the Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies and a recipient of the Roslyn Schneider Eisner Prize for Continuing Creative Achievement. In Fall 2019, she performed in the TDPS Studio Production of ""Who Shot La Miguelito?"" and subsequently served as the stage manager for the Fall Choreography Showcase directed by Prof. Joe Goode. In Spring 2020, she served as a stage manager for the annual Berkeley Dance Project directed by Prof. Lisa Wymore. After graduation, Raina plans to live in Los Angeles and pursue her dreams of acting and creating in both film and television.