Saturday, October 29
$10 General Admission
Since 1984, The Guadalupe Theater has been an epicenter for the creation and presentation of contemporary Teatro Chicano and Latino Theatre. Numerous world premieres, festivals, and local, regional, and national productions have been staged in our historic 300 seat theater. We are proud to carry on the work of the talented and dedicated artists who laid the path for us to follow. The Guadalupe is committed to developing a world class Theatre program that gives voice to the Latino, Chicano, and Native American experience while providing a platform for new generations of artists to practice and develop their craft.
About the Teatro Salon Showcase: The Guadalupe presents New Teatro by SA Playwrights and Teatristas ! Local playwrights, performers and ensembles will take the Guadalupe stage and present an evening of new works. From Drama and Comedy to Spoken Word and Performance Art, these Teatro Shorts will showcase both emerging talent and veterans of the San Antonio Teatro scene.
Written and Directed by Tony Martinez
Joaquin Sosa Sequin is a man without a country wanted dead by the Rangers, Pancho Villa’s men and refuses to be lynched. To clear his name he calls on a few friends that have been wronged by the law and seek their own brand of justice. Even Broken Arrows have sharp edges.
Written by Jason Treviño
Directed by Holly Nañes
Leo’s life is shaken up when Jen, an old flame, shows up on his doorstep one morning with a box full of his old records.
Written and Directed by Mono Riojas Aguilar
The sequel to Chato’s Bridge, which was staged at the Guadalupe this last spring, follows Dolores DeLeon a year after the deaths of the two men who came to her rescue when she was a child. She can’t escape her past, for a reporter’s investigation and her efforts to protect the son of one of her heroes threatens to derail her effort to get elected to Congress.
Two in Hand
Written By Gabriel Itzcoatl Luera
Directed by Kareem Dahab
Two women’s chance meeting in a bird watching park comes at a pivotal time for both.
Las Cochinas Christmas
Written by Irene Chavez
During Christmas Break of 1995, three best friends come home to new discoveries, heartbreak and pan dulce. Reunited, “Las Cochinas” find laughter amongst the chaos of the holiday.
Life’s Witching Hour
Written by Holly Nañes
A New Dark Comedy. Life and death are always just a tick and a tock away.