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Motus’ Monologists & Leaders Recognized

Motus’ Monologists & Leaders Recognized


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March has been an exciting month for the Motus Team as our directors and monologists are recognized at home and abroad.

Motus Theater’s Producing Director, Rita Valente-Quinn, joined the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation’s Livingston Fellowship 2023 Class. The fellowship recognizes the contributions of Colorado’s nonprofit senior-level leaders to the sector and provides advanced learning opportunities to enhance their leadership through professional development activities. Click here to read more and watch Rita’s fellowship video.

Motus Theater’s UndocuAmerica Monologists and Motus’ Artistic Director were honored to be recognized by a descendent of Moctezuma, Ituriel Moctezuma, as part of a ceremony at the University of Chapingo where they performed in Mexico. Monologists include: Alejandro Fuentes-Mena, Irving Reza, Laura Peniche, Victor Galvan, Reydesel Salvidrez-Rodriguez, Cristian Solano-Cordova, Tania Chairez, and Partnerships & Project Manager Armando Peniche.

Motus Theater’s Artistic Director and Founder, Kirsten Wilson, joined a powerful group of women to be recognized by the City of Boulder as “Women Who Tell Our Stories” as part of Women’s History Month. Click here to read more.

Join us in celebrating some of the leaders that make Motus’ work strategic, powerful, and transformative! And thank you to all of you for your support that makes Motus’ work possible.


With Gratitude,

Team Motus

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