Teatro Vivo Internet Accessible Documentation

Austin Latino New Play Festival 2018

“Teatro Vivo Receives NALAC Fund for the Arts Grant”
https://www.grantee.nalac.org/2017-nfa-organizations/teatro-vivo
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Feature in “Ahora Sí” (Spanish language publication)
https://www.statesman.com/news/octava-edicion-festival-teatro-latino-abierta-publico/twCSXKf1cQpuPYy18XmbZI/

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ALNPF18 program

Las Aventuras de Enoughie, January 2018

Bilingual Play Offers Inclusive Message for Austin Children
Austin 360 Review

“A charming show for children with an extremely important message for anyone growing up in America today.”
~Andrew J. Friedenthal

Bilingual play offers inclusive message for Austin children

Pastorela, December 2017

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Arts Eclectic: La Pastorela
“Teatro Vivo Keeps La Pastorela Alive in Austin”
http://kut.org/post/teatro-vivo-keeps-la-pastorela-alive-austin

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Enfrascada, September 2017

Austin Chronicle Review
“From beginning to end, Enfrascada is an evening of theatre that explores the difference between what we think we want and what we actually need, and depicts the struggle between those two realities with humor, honesty, magic, and, of course, heartbreak.”
~T. Lynn Mikeska

https://www.austinchronicle.com/arts/2017-09-15/teatro-vivos-enfrascada/

Broadway World Austin Review
“Teatro Vivo should be commended for this production. While there is no shortage of great stories created by and about women, these works are often overlooked and less frequently produced. It is now more important than ever for women focused theatre, particularly about women of color, to be encouraged and brought to the forefront.”
~Lacey Cannon Gonzales

https://www.broadwayworld.com/austin/article/BWW-Review-ENFRASCADA-is-an-Engaging-Story-about-the-Magic-of-Women-20170921

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Enfrascada program

JJ’s Arcade, May 2017

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DO512-Family, Review
Why You Should Go See jj’s arcade This Weekend

“Seeing the characters cope with grief was moving, but we also felt such strong emotions about the way in which JJ used creativity and ingenuity to connect to his family. It was all so very inspiring.”

http://do512family.com/why-you-should-go-see-jjs-arcade-this-weekend/

Austin Statesman Review
New “jj’s arcade” Among Best Family Theatre in Austin

“Their characters reflect our community and feel real with real life problems. There is such heart in this play. Your kids will love it…”
~Nicole Villalpando

New “JJ’s Arcade” from Zach Theatre, Teatro Vivo among best family theater in Austin

Austin Latino New Play Festival 2017

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Nuestra Pastorela, December 2016

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Broadway World Austin Review
Teatro Vivo’s “Nuestra Pastorela” is a Heartwarming Holiday Comedy for All Ages
“Nuestra Pastorela is a heartwarming comedy fit for the whole family [that] also provides an insightful look into the holiday traditions and stories of Mexican culture.”
~Lacey Cannon Gonzales

https://www.broadwayworld.com/austin/article/BWW-Review-Teatro-Vivos-NUESTRA-PASTORELA-is-a-Heartwarming-Holiday-Comedy-For-All-Ages-20161206

Central Texas Live Theatre Review
“The pastorela story is one of revelation, the struggle between embodied evil and unsophisticated humankind that desires to understand a miracle and gain access to divinity.”
~Michael Meigs

https://ctxlivetheatre.com/reviews/review-nuestra-pastorela-by-teatro-vivo/

Stories That Must Not Die, November 2016

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El, September 2016

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Austin Chronicle Review
New Play Explores The Power of the Storyteller
“A good play resonates. It doesn’t just make you think; it also makes you feel. EL did that for me.”
~Austin Chronicle

https://www.austinchronicle.com/arts/2016-09-23/teatro-vivos-el/

The Stories of Us, April 2016

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HowlRound Feature
Breath of Love” Jelisa Jay Robinson’s Stories of Us
Stories of Us finds its purpose in reversing existing misconceptions by emphasizing the many beautiful ways that Black and Brown people are inherently tied and thus connected.”
~Ursula Cimone Walker

Austin Latino New Play Festival 2016
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The Daily Texan Feature
Teatro Vivo showcases Latin American-centered plays
http://www.dailytexanonline.com/2016/02/22/teatro-vivo-showcases-latin-american-centered-plays

ALNPF Austin Latino New Play 2016 – Sample of reading:
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La Pastorela December 2015

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Austin Chronicle Review
New take on the old Christmas tale has the shepherds’ rough edges but a heart of gold
“This is a gift to the community for which the Nativity is more than a story.”
~Robert Faires
https://www.austinchronicle.com/arts/2015-12-18/teatro-vivos-la-pastorela/

Vecinos August 2014

August 2014 Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center

August 2014
Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center

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Aye, No! November 2014 Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center

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Dos Pocitos

Arts Eclectic Story on Teatro Vivo’s Production of Dos Pocitos

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