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Press and company projects

cabaret: una noche con los muertoss

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This production is a celebration of the Mexican Holiday Day of the Dead and would bring together traditions, poetry, stories, and music in a variety show form. The stage will feature a traditional ofrenda or altar to the loved ones who have passed away. 

Telenovela 101
episodes 1, 2 &3

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Can the impossible happen? Can love conquer all!? Can animals really talk? That just seems far fetched! 

Telenovela 101 is the first quarter of a melodramatic Mexican Soap Opera Parody. Performances in español, with English subtitles, so that everyone can enjoy the authentic drama!! 

abroad: a night of short plays


Abroad is a collection of six short plays written by bilingual artists that focuses on celebrating heritage, language, and cultural identity.

sueño de una noche de verano


Sueño de una noche de verano, a Spanish adaptation of the famous Shakespeare classic Midsummer's night Dream as part of a festival that will include different versions of the play this summer at the Kraine Theater.

A Nigh with the dead


You don't talk about death, you don't mess with it, and you certainly don't question tradition. In a world where death is considered taboo, Catrina, a Mexican girl, will defy society's rules to find out where our loved ones go when they die. A Night with the Dead is a story about the origins of the Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos and how one girl's drive can change the course of an afterlife.

Not another christmas story


Desperate times call for desperate measures. Satan has come to power and rules the free world. An angel sent by God will announce to Maria, a young Mexican girl that she is to become the mother of the savior, a Hispanic savior. This comedy about religion, politics and immigration will make you laugh in these dark times.

hamlet: la telenovela


Hamlet couldn't possibly get more dramatic...or could it? It couldn't possibly be funny...or could it? Shakespeare and Telenovelas? A match made in heaven? To believe or not to believe it...that is the question...

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