Finding a Place to Stand
Actor and playwright Vicente Guzmán-Orozco ’92 got through life’s tough spots with the help of a great teacher
By Nadine Fiedler
From the Fall 2010 Caller
Twelve-year-old Vicente Guzmán-Orozco loved growing up in Colima, a small and pretty city on Mexico’s southwest coast. Although his parents had moved to Oregon to work in the fields of Washington County, his strong, vibrant grandmother provided a haven for him. He had an innate talent for performance, nurtured in theater and dance classes. Vicente’s world was safe and comfortable, and then it burst apart.
Nadine Fiedler is editor of the Caller and Catlin Gabel’s publications and public relations director.
Production photo at left: Vicente in "The Shrunken Head of Pancho Villa." Production photo at right: Vicente in "Te Llevo en la Sangre." Photo by Russell Young.
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