We’ve just gotten back from Houston, Texas where we had the immense opportunity to workshop our piece The Corrido of the San Patricios in the Sin Muros Festival through our friends at Stages Repertory Theatre. We are so humbled to have been invited to present this wonderful and relevant story to the community.
We could feel how meaningful this Latinx theatre festival is to the theatre community of Houston, we are so thrilled to have been a part of it. We got to reunite with our dear collaborators from El Teatro Campesino (Kinan Valdez, Chas Croslin, and our maestro Noe Yacoatl Montoya), and together we felt the audience there connect to the piece. We are confident now that we are ready to step into full production, and hope to have more to share on that front soon!
In the meantime, please enjoy some of our favorite memories from our time there.
L to R: Beto O’Byrne, Georgina Escobar, Jasminne Mendez, and Trevor Boffone after the playwrights' panel at Sin Muros.
L to R Chas Croslin and Noé Yaocoatl Montoya
L to R Georgina Escobar and Beto O’Byrne