A new exhibition in the Library highlights the life of performer, producer, and director Dan Guerrero, who Hispanic Magazine recognized as "one of the 25 most powerful Latinos in Hollywood." This exhibition, through materials from the Library’s California Ethnic & Multicultural Archives, visually documents Guerrero's life as a young singer/dancer in New York's Broadway musicals, his work as a talent agent who discovered some of the most familiar celebrities in film and television, and his Chicano activist days in support of Cesar Chavez's farm worker movement.
That's Entertainment is presented in conjunction with Guerrero's spring 2014 visit to UCSB. Guerrero will speak at the Library (Mary Cheadle Room, third floor) on May 13th at 4PM. At 8PM on May 15th at the UCSB Multicultural Center, he will perform ¡Gaytino!, his one-man show that captures the cultural and historical significance of being a gay Latino.
On exhibit in the UCSB Library (3rd Floor Gallery) April 14 - August 29, 2014