Eduardo Robledo

Eduardo Robledo started his musical career at El Teatro Campesino in 1969 where he still composes and performs. From 1975 to 1986, he was an actor/composer for The San Francisco Mime Troupe where he composed music for many shows including Hotel Universe, Squash, Crossing Borders, Secrets in the Sand, Steeltown, and Last Tango in Huahuatenango, winning three Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards for composing. In 2017 Mr. Robledo composed the music and the lyrics to a new Pastorela by former Mime Trouper Joan Holden.


(As of October 2019)

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