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The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center hosts Houston's only one-man hip hop show, My Spanglish Hip Hop Story, written and performed by Marlon "Marley" Lizama. The theater show follows the timeline of a young immigrant’s journey and influences, from the third world to the ultimate melting pot. It is music, poetry, dance, multimedia and storytelling. A story of struggle and the power of revolution, love, and this thing called hip hop.

Lizama is a poet, writer, artist, author, and dancer who focuses on the cultural aspect of writing and the arts. He is the co-founder of the Iconoclast Artist program hosted in Houston. He is currently program director of Iconoclast Artists, developing and implementing a writing program for youth all over Houston, including youth in inner-city schools and at-risk youth in the Harris County Juvenile Justice System.

The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center hosts Houston's only one-man hip hop show, My Spanglish Hip Hop Story, written and performed by Marlon "Marley" Lizama. The theater show follows the timeline of a young immigrant’s journey and influences, from the third world to the ultimate melting pot. It is music, poetry, dance, multimedia and storytelling. A story of struggle and the power of revolution, love, and this thing called hip hop.

Lizama is a poet, writer, artist, author, and dancer who focuses on the cultural aspect of writing and the arts. He is the co-founder of the Iconoclast Artist program hosted in Houston. He is currently program director of Iconoclast Artists, developing and implementing a writing program for youth all over Houston, including youth in inner-city schools and at-risk youth in the Harris County Juvenile Justice System.

The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center hosts Houston's only one-man hip hop show, My Spanglish Hip Hop Story, written and performed by Marlon "Marley" Lizama. The theater show follows the timeline of a young immigrant’s journey and influences, from the third world to the ultimate melting pot. It is music, poetry, dance, multimedia and storytelling. A story of struggle and the power of revolution, love, and this thing called hip hop.

Lizama is a poet, writer, artist, author, and dancer who focuses on the cultural aspect of writing and the arts. He is the co-founder of the Iconoclast Artist program hosted in Houston. He is currently program director of Iconoclast Artists, developing and implementing a writing program for youth all over Houston, including youth in inner-city schools and at-risk youth in the Harris County Juvenile Justice System.

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Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center
723 S. Brazos St.
San Antonio, TX 78207
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$20
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