Current Creative Projects
Undesirable Secrets: A New Play
Decades after surviving the horrors of a Nazi concentration camp, a determined World War II medic and former POW navigates a deeply personal journey of remembrance, forgiveness, and justice, as he unearths long-buried secrets, confronts his own troubled relationship with his father, and embarks on a mission to bring closure and healing to the families of fallen comrades, ultimately finding solace and redemption in the power of friendship, resilience, and the courage to let go of undesirable secrets.
This play is written with the full support of the Acevedo Family and the Anthony C. Acevedo Foundation. To learn more about the foundation I proudly assisted in creating click here.
Join Us for the Premier Read-Through of "Undesirable Secrets"
"Undesirable Secrets" will have its premier read-through on January 21, 2024, at 2:00 p.m. at the Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio.
The read-through will be a thought-provoking and immersive experience, coinciding with the closing event of the Holocaust Memorial Museum and the San Antonio District Library's Remembrance Month.
Mark your calendars and stay tuned for further details about this exceptional event. Together, let's remember, reflect, and find inspiration in the untold stories that shape our history.
Current Academic Projects
Contributor: Ypsilanti Histories: A Look Back at the Last Fifty Years
America's Latinos Quick Reference Guide
Words That Matter: A Quick Reference Guide
Rodolfo Alvarado is a versatile writer residing in Michigan, where he shares his life with his wife, children, and his beloved adopted cat, Stuffy. His impressive body of work spans across various mediums, including fiction and non-fiction pieces that have graced the pages of literary journals, academic and popular presses, as well as stage and screen. Read more.
The Eclectic Works of Rodolfo Alvarado
Podcasts, Stage & Film
Academic: Those listed above and...
Popular & Academic Journals
"A Straight Forward Touching Account."
"This powerful novel is a great reminder for mature readers that there is much to American culture that gets left unsaid and erased."
Beronica Puhr, School Library Journal, Starred Review
Both titles contain the English and Spanish versions in the same book.