Mariela en el Desierto at Encuentro 2014. Photo by Chris Bartelski

Mariela en el Desierto – Da Una Muestra Fuerte y Distinta Del Teatro Latino en los EEUU

Por Liana Aráuz Contributing Writer Mariela En El Desierto de Karen Zacarías y dirigida por Tlaloc Rivas, es una producción de Aurora Theater/Teatro Sol en Lawrenceville, Georgia. Se presenta en español, con supertitulos en Ingles en el festival Encuentro 2014 de Los

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Mariela en el Desierto at Encuentro 2014. Photo by Chris Bartelski

Mariela en el Desierto – Da Una Muestra Fuerte y Distinta Del Teatro Latino en los EEUU

Por Liana Aráuz Contributing Writer Mariela En El Desierto de Karen Zacarías y dirigida por Tlaloc Rivas, es una producción de Aurora Theater/Teatro Sol en Lawrenceville, Georgia. Se presenta en español, con supertitulos en Ingles en el festival Encuentro 2014 de Los

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Photos courtesy of Hindsight Productions. Depicted: Rhaechyl Walker and John "Faahz" Merchant.

‘Dreamscapes’: Ever Had One of Those Dreams Where You Scream but Nothing Comes Out?

by Selene Santiago Staff Writer Shot twelve times by four Riverside police officers, nineteen year-old Myeshia Miller is left to dream and die alone in her car on December 28,1998. Written and directed by Rickérby Hinds and produced by Hindsight

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Photos courtesy of Hindsight Productions. Depicted: Rhaechyl Walker and John "Faahz" Merchant.

‘Dreamscapes’: Ever Had One of Those Dreams Where You Scream but Nothing Comes Out?

by Selene Santiago Staff Writer Shot twelve times by four Riverside police officers, nineteen year-old Myeshia Miller is left to dream and die alone in her car on December 28,1998. Written and directed by Rickérby Hinds and produced by Hindsight

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Photo provided by INTAR.

INTAR Unit52’s, ‘Patience, Fortitude and Other Anti-Depressants,’ a Colorful, Urban Trip Down the Rabbit Hole of the Mind

By Liana Aráuz Contributing Writer Patience, Fortitude and Other Anti-Depressants by the New York City based theater company INTAR follows a young wife and painter, Isabella, living in the urban community of Jackson Heights, as she struggles with conflicting thoughts, lack of

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Photo provided by INTAR.

INTAR Unit52’s, ‘Patience, Fortitude and Other Anti-Depressants,’ a Colorful, Urban Trip Down the Rabbit Hole of the Mind

By Liana Aráuz Contributing Writer Patience, Fortitude and Other Anti-Depressants by the New York City based theater company INTAR follows a young wife and painter, Isabella, living in the urban community of Jackson Heights, as she struggles with conflicting thoughts, lack of

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Jose Guerrero as Enrique.

Enrique’s Journey – A Honduran Immigration Story Travels from Literature to Encuentro 2014’s Los Angeles Stage

By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor As a Honduran immigrant who has been living in Los Angeles for 27 years, I have never seen a story about Hondurans or Central Americans on a stage. Sure, I’ve seen a theater production with

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Jose Guerrero as Enrique.

Enrique’s Journey – A Honduran Immigration Story Travels from Literature to Encuentro 2014’s Los Angeles Stage

By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor As a Honduran immigrant who has been living in Los Angeles for 27 years, I have never seen a story about Hondurans or Central Americans on a stage. Sure, I’ve seen a theater production with

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A Dizzying Zoetrope Kaleidoscope Opens Encuentro 2014 at The Los Angeles Theatre Center

by Selene Santiago Staff Writer A zoetrope is one of several pre-cinema animation devices that produce the illusion of motion by displaying a sequence of drawings or photographs showing progressive phases of that motion. The opening of Zoetrope Part I,

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A Dizzying Zoetrope Kaleidoscope Opens Encuentro 2014 at The Los Angeles Theatre Center

by Selene Santiago Staff Writer A zoetrope is one of several pre-cinema animation devices that produce the illusion of motion by displaying a sequence of drawings or photographs showing progressive phases of that motion. The opening of Zoetrope Part I,

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My brother also studied in Paris through another program. This is one of the only photos we took together, and it's my mom's favorite. Photo by Alejandra Marquez

From Boyle Heights to Paris: What I Learned While Studying Abroad

By Ricardo Alexander Ayala Guest Writer I am very fortunate. Not many young people in Boyle Heights have the opportunity to take a few months out of their lives to travel and study in another country. I come from a

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My brother also studied in Paris through another program. This is one of the only photos we took together, and it's my mom's favorite. Photo by Alejandra Marquez

From Boyle Heights to Paris: What I Learned While Studying Abroad

By Ricardo Alexander Ayala Guest Writer I am very fortunate. Not many young people in Boyle Heights have the opportunity to take a few months out of their lives to travel and study in another country. I come from a

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Photo provided by KCET

Fall in Love with the City’s River; Play the L.A. River

By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor “Have you played at the L.A. River?” To such a question you might reply, “What? The Los Angeles River is all concrete and nothingness.” In the past, your answer might have been correct. Just don’t

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Photo provided by KCET

Fall in Love with the City’s River; Play the L.A. River

By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor “Have you played at the L.A. River?” To such a question you might reply, “What? The Los Angeles River is all concrete and nothingness.” In the past, your answer might have been correct. Just don’t

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For Mexican Independence Day: Lotería Poetry

By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor In honor of the 204th anniversary of “El Grito de Dolores”, the pronunciamiento (declaration) of the Mexican War of Independence by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla from the small town of Dolores near Guanajuato, pLAywriting in the city

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For Mexican Independence Day: Lotería Poetry

By Fanny Garcia Founding Editor In honor of the 204th anniversary of “El Grito de Dolores”, the pronunciamiento (declaration) of the Mexican War of Independence by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla from the small town of Dolores near Guanajuato, pLAywriting in the city

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