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Teatro Dallas and Cara Mia Theatre Draw Upon Their Shared Past for First Co-Production

For the first time in their collective history, Dallas’ leading Latinx theatre companies, Teatro Dallas and Cara Mia Theatre, are collaborating. Opening April 17, the two companies are presenting an outdoor, interactive procession: ¡Soltar!.

Dallas Morning News

The earthly and heavenly meet in Teatro Dallas premiere of ‘A Grave Is Given Supper’

Teatro Dallas’ multimedia production based on local poet Mike Soto’s collection A Grave Is Given Supper creates an evocative atmosphere in the center’s courtyard for Soto’s free-verse musings on the impact of the drug trade on Mexicans, including the lovers Consuelo and Topito at the center of the story.

Dallas Morning News

Arab-futurism, belly dancers, drummers and paper sculptures — Teatro Dallas’ International Festival is back

“Go big or go home” could be the tagline of Teatro Dallas’ 19th International Festival. Its two world premieres are collaborative, experimental music-dance pieces still being assembled as we speak. Though she was involved in conceptualizing the heady new works, executive director Sara Cardona has mostly left it to the guest artists to come up with engaging evenings.

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