Category: Blog


Swimming While Drowning

Teatro Vivo proudly presents Swimming While Drowning by Emilio Rodríguez, presented at the Emma S. Barrientos-Mexican American Cultural Center, directed by Alexis A. Arredondo. Angelo and Mila are fifteen and homeless. Angelo is a dreamer, and Mila is a streetwise realist. But…

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Teatro Vivo Announces Playwrights of the 2019 Austin Latino New Play Festival

  Andrew Rincón, Franky D. González, Christine Granados, and Christin Eve Cato Share Diverse Voices Teatro Vivo is honored to announce the playwrights for the the 2019 Austin Latino New Play Festival. The festival is presented in collaboration with ScriptWorks, April…

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Mexcentrics

WEEKEND FESTIVAL SPOTLIGHTS LATINO COMEDY AUSTIN, Texas — Teatro Vivo is proud to present the Mexcentrics Latino Comedy Showcase that spans the first weekend in August. Mexcentrics brings together comedians of varying styles that are united through a sense of…

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Until Next Year! The 6th Annual Austin Latino New Play Festival Comes to a Close

The Austin Latino New Play Festival (ALNPF) was held this weekend at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, where play writers got to premiere their work to an audience and get their thoughts in the talkback session after…

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Showtime: Austin Latino New Play Festival

As Teatro Vivo is preparing for its sixth annual Austin Latino New Play Festival (ALNPF) in partnership with Script Works, many of our playwrights are also anxiously getting ready to present their stage readings that will take place from February…

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The Austin Latino New Play Festival 2/25 – 27, 2016

For Info on –  Austin Latino New Play Festival 2017 link here   Teatro Vivo Presents Sixth Annual Austin Latino New Play Festival at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center      February 25-27, 2016 Playwrights Andrew Valdez, Krysta Gonzales,…

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Austin Latino New Play Festival 2015: A Look Back at Basilica or The One With the Roosters

On May 14th, Basilica premiered to a packed house at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican-American Cultural Center in Austin, Texas. Written by Andrew Valdez, a recent graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Basilica focuses on one family’s version…

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