Stage Garden Rumba

September 7, 2019 in THE BRONX – Outdoors Location: Brook Park. Award-winning FREE live performance and community celebration series! Music, theater, dance, literary arts and activism! Featuring Pregones/PRTT Ensemble in scenes from “La Guaracha”, Simply Rob, Mazarte Dance Company, Mariachi Real de México, Redobles de Cultura, and more! Special “Rumba with H.E.ARTS” Edition culminates in an Afro-Puerto Rican bomba procession to Willis Avenue Playground and fiesta unveiling of new mural by local artist Virginia “Vicky” Ayress!

Stage Garden Rumba

August 24, 2019 in THE BRONX – Outdoors Location: Taqwa Community Farm. Award-winning FREE live performance and community celebration series! Music, theater, dance, literary arts and activism! Featuring Pregones/PRTT Ensemble in scenes from “La Guaracha”, Simply Rob, Caridad de La Luz, Mazarte Dance Company, Mariachi Real de México, Lyrical Faith, Joselia Hughes, Iris Morles, The Prophet, José Angel Figueroa, and more!

Stage Garden Rumba

August 10, 2019 in THE BRONX – Outdoors Location: The Rock Garden / Jardín La Roca. Award-winning FREE live performance and community celebration series! Music, theater, dance, literary arts and activism! Featuring Pregones/PRTT Ensemble with Jorge B. Merced in scenes from “La Guaracha”, Simply Rob, Caridad de La Luz, Jorge Vázquez Bomba Y Plena, Mazarte Dance Company, Mariachi Real de México, Vanessa Mártir, Joey de Jesús, Just A Poet, and more!

SUMMER HITS!

SUMMER HITS!

Two productions will crown our stages this Summer: EL BOLERO WAS MY DOWNFALL at Pregones Theater in The Bronx, and the Broadway district opening of SPAMILTON at Puerto Rican Traveling Theater in Manhattan. Allow me to brag a bit. Two of the things we do extremely well at PregonesPRTT are: adaptations and collaborations. El Bolero…

Made In Puerto Rico

March 7-April 21 in MANHATTAN – EXTENDED! This year’s favorite Off-Broadway sensation! Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Spanglish! A show about family, music and cultural identity. A celebration of diversity and a bold commentary of Spanglish culture. Written and performed by Elizardi Castro. Directed by Cándido Tirado.