TLANEZI by Laura Yohualtlahuiz Featuring IndigeNecias & Calmeca Skwad

Oct. 8

Oct. 8 @ 8:00 pm 9:00 pm


Date: Friday, October 8th
Time: 8:00pm – 9:00pm
Featuring: IndigeNecies & Calmeca Skwad
Body Paint: @redsbodyart
Q&A following performance

Location: 4926 E Cesar Chavez St
Admission: Free
Parking can be accessed around location perimeter and street parking is also available.


You’re invited to a free performance, TLANEZI a Teatro Ritual Honoring 500 Years of Resistance Directed by Laura Yohualtlahuiz aka LBoogie Featuring IndigeNecias & Calmeca Skwad on Friday, October 8th from 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm taking place at 4926 E Cesar Chavez St. Laura Yohualtlahuiz Ríos-Ramírez will be sharing some of her visual and musical production as part of the musical groups, IndigeNecias and Calmeca Skwad.

Parking can be accessed around location perimeter and street parking is also available.

Project Summary

Awakening out of 500 years of Resistance, we are the children of the sun. The spirits of the ancestors who could not be killed or silenced. We are healers, dancers, artists, creators, weavers of new futures. We are here! Produced by performance artist, and culture bearer Laura Yohualtlahuiz Ríos-Ramírez, featuring members of Kalpulli Ayolopaktzin, Tlanezi is a theatrical ritual that invites us to witness the awakening of our warrior spirits and heed the call to love, honor, and connect with our self, each other, and our ancestors.

About the Performer

Laura Yohualtlahuiz Rios-Ramírez is a Mexican-born Xicana scholar-practitioner of Tepehuan, Guachichil Chichimeca, French and Spanish descent, trained in educational pedagogy, circle keeping, performance art, and community organizing. Currently residing in occupied Somi Se’k Territory of Yanaguana, (San Antonio, TX) she’s recognized for her canon of healing-informed praxis intersecting performance art, ancestral knowledge systems and restorative/transformative justice practices as tools for personal and collective transformation.