ACT brings you the man who overcame the blacklist


On Aug. 25-26, Azuay Community Theatre will perform “Trumbo: Red, White, and Blacklisted”—about Dalton Trumbo, the renowned screenwriter who defied the fear-driven Hollywood blacklist with humor, grace, and guts. As Trumbo once said:

“The blacklist was a time of evil … no one on either side who survived it came through untouched by evil … [Looking] back on this time … it will do no good to search for villains or heroes or saints or devils because there were none; there were only victims.”

But Trumbo didn’t stay a victim, which is why ACT is performing his story. There will be only 2 performances of this remarkable play, so get your tickets now at

WHEN: 4 pm on Fri., Aug. 25; and 2 pm on Sat., Aug. 26

WHERE: Sala de Carrasco, Casa de la Cultura, Luis Cordero and Presidente Cordova, Cuenca

Azuay Community Theatre

Blue Box

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