September 9-23 in MANHATTAN – The autobiographical musical of The Queen of Freestyle: Judy Torres. The beloved star shares the secret and sacred truth of her experiences, and of how her own music and the fans who follow her have actually saved her life.
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.
October 19-21 in THE BRONX – Two men living among garbage cans dream of being the best street-performers in the city, without realizing that they will have to fight against a society in which they are invisible. A daring artistic approach that exposes sexuality, love and misery in a raw manner.
November 1-18 in MANHATTAN – Stories of resistance and resilience from brazen feminist and working-class perspectives — brimming with heart and laugh out loud humor! First NYC performances in five years!
December 1 in MANHATTAN – Special concert preview of Pregones/PRTT’s stage adaptation of one of the most treasured works of contemporary Puerto Rican literature. The setting is an epic San Juan afternoon traffic jam, with hit song “La vida es una cosa fenomenal” blaring from every car radio!
December 13-22 in MANHATTAN – First full-length play by Latinx favorite Flaco Navaja pays homage to great musical icons from Janis Joplin to Menudo, from The Doors to Héctor Lavoe, from Jimi Hendrix to Rubén Blades. As much about Navaja’s creative evolution as about what makes our América great!
January 9-13, 2019 at THE PUBLIC THEATER – Encore performances of Flaco Navaja’s first full-length play presented as part of Under the Radar Festival. The acclaimed show pays homage to many great musical icons and the wild mix that gives life to a rhyme, a people, and a culture. A must-see!
April 14, 2019 in THE BRONX – Get On The Train! Bronx Stories. 6 Latinx playwrights, 6 Latinx directors, 18 Latinx actors. 6 urgent short plays created in an intensive burst of creative collaboration! Produced in association with Obie Award winners Harlem9.
April 5-6, 2019 in THE BRONX – Puerto Rican playwright and director Alejandra Ramos presents the first developmental stage reading of her new play, Broken Words: Wrestling with the ins and outs of colonialism, mental illness, and institutionalization, Julia tries to mend episodes from her past while dealing with her relationship with her mother. RESERVE TODAY!
Spring 2019 – Multi-week, intensive, performing arts training workshop at the pre-professional level. Culminates in public performances of Shakespeare’s The Tempest! Acting, dancing, and music curriculum taught by artists of R.Evolución Latina and Pregones/PRTT.