1st SOLFEST at PRTT

1st SOLFEST at PRTT

By ARNALDO J. LÓPEZ – Pregones/Puerto Rican Traveling Theater proudly announces its partnership with The Sol Project (Jacob G. Padrón, Artistic Director) in the inauguration of SolFest: A Latinx Theater Festival. The new mini-festival will run June 25-27 at PRTT, our Manhattan theater at 304 West 47th Street. Rosalba Rolón, our Artistic Director and member…

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Lalo-Guerrero

Taking our place

TAKING OUR PLACE: Dan Guerrero Does It On Stage [We asked Rosalba Rolón to share a few personal notes about artist Dan Guerrero’s impressive trajectory and his acclaimed autobiographical performance ¡Gaytino! Enjoy!] “We went to the front of the line and we took our place.” This is one of my favorite lines of Dan Guerrero’s…

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AFTER…and BEFORE

TIME FLIES!

…and if you don’t believe me, ask a dog! On June 29th Pregones Theater turn 36. That’s a pretty cool age. According to old wisdom, 36 is the age of ‘togetherness, elegance and generosity”. I venture to say that our ensemble practice speaks to togetherness, our collective good looks and poise speak to elegance and…

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AFTER…and BEFORE

NOT BROKEN? BREAK IT!

Two people observing the same event may and will probably recount it differently. Multiply that by 10 or 20 people and you’ll probably end up with just as many versions. There is a difference, though, between witnessing, perceiving or researching an event and writing about it, and rewriting history to secure a position of privilege…

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#StandWithOrlando

#StandWithOrlando

WE STAND FOR SOCIETY AND SAFE HAVEN: Regarding Events of 12 June 2016, Latin Night at LGBTQ Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, FL PREGONES THEATER and PUERTO RICAN TRAVELING THEATER stand with all persons who refuse to allow fear to deter the vibrancy of our cultures and silence the voices of our brethren. We celebrate, support,…

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HAPPY NEW SEASON!

Each year for the past 37 years, the end of our theater season coincides with Pregones Theater’s birthday. Thirty seven years ago (1979) three friends reached across a dining room table and shook hands to seal our agreement. “Are we now a theater company?” we asked, staring at each other. “We are”—I can’t remember who…

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