Tagged with Latino Cultural Center

Flock the Holidays with Cara Mia Theatre Co.

Cara Mia Theatre Co. aims to enchant Dallas theatregoers into the holiday spirit with their original family comedy favorite Nuestra Pastorela, opening Saturday November 19th and running through Sunday December 11th at the Latino Cultural Center. Directed by top-drawer movement and combat specialist and Cara Mia member artist Jeffrey Colangelo, the family friendly play unfolds … Continue reading

Tragedy of Convention: Cara Mia Theatre’s BLOOD WEDDING, Human Enough

Federico Garcia Lorca. Blood Wedding. Cara Mia Theatre Company. Duty v. Desire. Moments of breath-taking beauty implode into explosions of anguished desolation throughout the tragedy, burning deep into the senses of those who attend this morality masque, a ritualized soul cleansing with proto-feminist overtones. Through December 13 at Dallas’ Latino Cultural Center. An internationally recognized … Continue reading

The Gay Blades of Theatre New West: Ole!

Viva la gay blade. Have you ever dreamed how lovely Edgar Estrada might look in a flowing, provocative gown? Wake up and smell the roses…. Men on the Verge of a His-panic Breakdown runs through August 31 at Teatro Dallas off I-35, and it’s currently one of the best stage shows on Dallas area boards. … Continue reading

Cara Mia Theatre Visits La Esquinita, USA

Decaying barrio, magic universe, smokin’ live theatre. Ruben C. Gonzalez shape-shifts nine lives like el gato in his many-hued kaleidoscope of the imagination…. His live stage art is transcendent, exhilarating in its simplicity, yet full of emotional depth. Billing his work as “socio/spiritual theatre for a new age”, Cara Mia Theatre presents three performances of … Continue reading