Reg Clay with Norman Gee interviews Jeannie Barroga on the progress on Turn Right at the Water Buffalo; WALLS and use of titles; casting panels, Bay Area actor stats, DeVos, and international dilemma, Duterte's drug war
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Turn Right at the Water Buffalo: Leyte 1990-A Reunion, a missing deed, and elusive rebels – Lainie invites herself along to her mother’s Reunion across an ocean after decades of her absence. Mystery rears up when their tour guide and the town’s leading elite conspire. The visitors maneuver big boxes, eat lots of lechon (pork), and butt heads. And then there’s her steadfast bodyguard, the barrio characters, and brownouts -- family discord flares.
Jeannie Barroga Papers at Stanford University
Call number M2025 approx. 52 linear feet
Green Library Dept. of Special Collections
BARROGA COLLECTION IS CLOSED
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Collection Includes production binders that contain some or all of the following: original contracts, auditioning actors, production timelines, notes between Barroga and the producers and directors, photographs, correspondence, background and source material, tech cues, reviews, awards), study guides, programs, p.r., posters, media packets, budgets, and dramaturgy,rehearsal notes. Principal plays by Barroga include Walls, Banyan, and Buffalo’ed.
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