Ramona finds out that she is half Indian, as her mother was Indian. She marries Alessandro and they have a baby. They are driven off their land by white settlers, their baby dies, and Alessandro is killed by a white settler, who took their property. Ramona is a story of how the Indians were forced off their land, how the Spanish and the Indians learned to live together with the help of Catholic priests, and how the Indians suffered under the white man's takeover. This nearly three hour play is performed outside on a beautiful hillside. It was a great show. There where at least 150 people in the play.
|The Indians who live in the mountains|
|The Spanish who live on the Rancho|
|Alessandro and Ramona with their baby daughter|