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San Miguel Playwrights Present: San Miguel’s Ten-Minute Play Festival 2018

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By Pat Hall The San Miguel Playwrights are pleased to present their Winter Showcase of short plays written by eight different local authors. There will be two afternoon performances on Thursday and Sunday, January 18 and 21 at 3pm and two evening performances Friday and Saturday, January 19 and 20 at 7pm. Reserved seat tickets [...]

GravityKids Performing CATS in December


By Robin Loving CATS, called a sparkling fusion of music, dance, and verse, has broken records all over the world where tickets have sold for as much as $1,300 USD a piece. Now, thanks to Ceci Corona’s GravityKids, CATS will grace the stage of Teatro Angela Peralta December 8 and 9 at 6 p.m. for [...]

Caja Negra’s Final Two for 2017[P1]


By Warren Jacobs Caja Negra has a growing list of productions in Mexico, especially in San Miguel de Allende. Their mandate is “theater dedicated to a provocative exploration of society and a celebration of humanity.” But who is Caja Negra? In the past four years, Caja Negra has presented the following productions; House, I Am [...]

A Banner Year for Bilingual Theater in San Miguel

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By Fredric Dannen Julia Cho’s celebrated play, The Language Archive, currently being performed at the Santa Ana Theater by visiting professional actors from the San Francisco Bay Area alongside local Latin American actors, represents a new milepost in San Miguel. It is the fourth full-length San Miguel theatrical production in the calendar year 2017 that can [...]

Conversations with my Agent


By Lauren Osornio Rob Long was barely out of film school when he landed a job as one of the writers on the phenomenally successful TV sitcom, Cheers. With the demise of the show, Long faced the prospect: Is there life after Cheers? Conversations with my Agent follows Long through the grueling process of setting up a new series [...]

Inside Politics As Usual: David Mamet’s “November” Opens At The San Miguel Playhouse


By Henry Vermillion After the opening of David Mamet’s comedy “November” in 2008, the New York Times reviewer wrote that the play resembled a Sid Caesar comedy revue of the ‘50s. Well, as great as those weekly shows were, “November” is a far more finished, rich and even funnier piece of theater. The Times also [...]

An Act Of God “Selecting Plays”

By Alan Jordan Deciding on possible theatrical productions takes a lot of time and thought. I prefer to choose plays that are current, in the mode for the times we are living in. I tend to be attracted to stories about survival and survivors. I read a lot of classic and contemporary plays and other [...]

An Act Of God’s three amigos

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By Alan Jordan The three actors who star in An Act of God are this director’s dream team. Not only are they talented and versatile, but they’re buddies in real life. For this adaption of the play, that’s a huge bonus. An Act of God By David Javerbaum Starring Erik Zavala, Sebastian Vallin, Rodrigo Demian [...]

The Myth Project: Essential Bodies


By Monica Hoth Do the flowers take to the region of death? Are we dead there or do we live yet?   The Patricia Rincon Dance Collective Artistic Director Patricia Rincon will premiere The Myth Project: Essential Bodies on November 1 with two performances—one at 6pm and then repeated at 7:30pm—at the Casa de Europa, [...]

Playreaders Presents a Wacky Fish Story!


By Marthe Fraser It’s another Norm Foster, Playreaders! Canada’s and my favorite playwright has written another fun and funny play. Come join us Wednesday and Thursday, November 1 and 2, for The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCauley Fishing Derby. On his way to an important seminar, investment banker James Bell’s car breaks down near the [...]

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