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Speaking Out From the Border
A new play by Gregory Ramos, Border Voices: An Intimate Theatrical Montage about Sex, Fear, and Love on the U.S.-Mexico Border revisits the complex symbolism of the border in the personal stories of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered individuals living in El Paso, Texas; Juarez, Mexico; and Las Cruces, New Mexico.
"...Chicano scholars and artists have often used the U.S.-Mexico border..."

Aug. 8, 2003 Arts Feature by Belinda Acosta

Miracle on E. 7th St.
After 25 Years, Ruperto Reyes Brings Magic Back Home
"...Reyes is again involved in the heart of Latino theatre in Austin...."

Feb. 14, 1997 Arts Feature by James E. Garcia

'La Víctima': An old message still needing to be heard
As Teatro Vivo stages La Víctima, a groundbreaking look at Mexican-U.S. immigration, Rupert Reyes and Jorge Huerta discuss the play's origins and relevance
"...Jorge Huerta met in 1974, when Reyes was a theatre major at UT-Austin and Huerta, who was just starting..."

March 23, 2007 Arts Feature by Belinda Acosta

'Pocho' Patchwork
AFS's Texas Doc Tour brings the formidable Héctor Galán and his 'Visiones' to One World Theatre.
"...Come on out to the One World Theatre for a sneak peek at Héctor Galán's next epic..."

Sept. 12, 2003 Screens Feature by Anne S. Lewis

¡Gaytino! A Universal Experience
Dan Guerrero's one-man show comes to Austin for one night only
"...Dan Guerrero invites you to travel back to 1950s..."

Dec. 3, 2013 Qmmunity Post by Sarah Marloff

Conjunto Aztlan
"...veteran crew of local Latino music stalwarts led by Chicano poet/musician Jose Flores Peregrino and Tejano Conjunto Festival Director..."

April 17, 1998 Music Feature

More Good S.A. Pop
The Krayolas color outside the lines
"...poster for a Sunday afternoon concert at Sunken Gardens Theatre pictured the state of Texas as a beaming, doting..."

July 21, 2008 Music Post by Margaret Moser

La Víctima
The passionate revival of the 30-year-old Chicano Movement classic La Víctima has to be Teatro Vivo's strongest production to date
"...La Víctima became a beacon for El Movimiento (the Chicano Movement) and was obviously ahead of its time. Docudrama..."

March 30, 2007 Arts Review by Patti Hadad

Rudy Ramirez's FuturX Festival Puts Latinx Performance Center Stage
The theatrical Renaissance man moves Latinx performance out of the margins
"...Representation. Its importance is a hot topic among theatremakers. But when the conversation shifts toward actually achieving it,..."

Nov. 1, 2019 Arts Feature by Trey Gutierrez

Crystal City 1969 Brings Mexican American History to Life
Celebrating 50 years of UT's CMAS with a live reading
"...Center for Mexican American Studies and the Department of Theatre and Dance at UT Austin – is part of..."

March 4, 2022 Arts Feature by Sage Dunlap

Dispatches From the Edge
Rounding Up the 2001 FronteraFest Long Fringe
"...the focus on developing a new, progressive aesthetic in Chicano theatre." An admirable goal, and FronteraFest is a wonderful..."

Feb. 2, 2001 Arts Feature by Barry Pineo

Palabras: A Latino Literary Festival
What is the state of Chicano arts and letters today? That question is part of what inspired Palabras: A Latino Literary Festival, which takes place for the first time this weekend at Mexic-Arte Museum.
"...In the Sixties and Seventies, Chicano activists organized Flor y Canto festivals. Literally meaning "flower..."

March 30, 2001 Books Feature by Belinda Acosta

Maverick Outsider
Avant-garde artist Willie Varela discusses politics, the nature of personal work, a career on the fringes, and what it's like to be a Chicano filmmaker.
"...is a renegade avant-garde filmmaker from El Paso, a Chicano visionary artist, a lone West Texas shooter, an illuminating..."

Oct. 29, 1999 Screens Feature by Athina Rachel Tsangari

Growth Spurt
Nine Shows That Transported Me
"...journey begun 17 years before in a modest little theatre on Sixth Street, Red, White, and Tuna was the..."

Jan. 8, 1999 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The First Time
Austin artists reveal the intimate details of how they got their muse on
"...of plays, concerts, and musicals, which hooked me on theatre for life, and I discovered a love of fashion..."

July 17, 2009 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Cine Las Americas Announces Full Lineup
Exec. dir. Eugenio del Bosque Gómez walks us through the CLAIFF17 slate
"...short run of 1970s microindies are considered the first-ever Chicano films. The UCLA Film and Television Archive recently restored..."

April 10, 2014 Screens Post by Kimberley Jones

Mourning the Most Royal Jester
Dimas Garza, RIP
"...Dimas Garza, one of THE voices of San Antonio's Chicano soul bands, died of a heart attack Tuesday, Nov...."

Nov. 12, 2008 Music Post by Margaret Moser

Postmarks
Our readers talk back.
"...Unless there are either a) two different movie theatres with the name "Gateway" in Austin, and b) one..."

Oct. 3, 2003 Column

The Go-To Guy
Meet ME TV's Paul Saucido, if you haven't already
"...Saucido attended California State University-L.A., where he was a theatre and Chicano studies major. He developed his stage presence..."

May 25, 2007 Screens Feature by Belinda Acosta

A Nation Laughs
On the eve of its fifth Latino Comedy Fiesta, Austin's Latino Comedy Project has discovered a national audience for its signature brand of humor lampooning ethnic stereotypes and challenging cultural assumptions.
"...its fifth annual Latino Comedy Fiesta at the Paramount Theatre this week, the 51é2-year-old sketch-comedy troupe is enjoying some..."

Aug. 22, 2003 Arts Feature by Belinda Acosta

Short Cuts
"...and May 15-17. Presented by Mexic-Arte Museum and the Chicano/Latino Film Forum, the series is organized and circulated by..."

May 9, 1997 Screens Column by Marjorie Baumgarten

Invasion of the Kiddie-Lit Plays
Characters from children's literature storm Austin-area stages in July.
"...for, but anyone venturing into Central Texas' thicket of theatre this month will want to keep their eyes peeled..."

July 5, 2002 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

My Favorite Year
In an extraordinary season of four premieres, playwright Robert Schenkkan brings UT, his old school, a new screwball comedy
"...When you're a university theatre department with an alumnus who has a Pulitzer Prize..."

Nov. 4, 2005 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Cycling With the Psycos
Counterculture feminism in East L.A.
"...Historic murals by Chicano artists and other remnants of the Chicano movement serve..."

March 11, 2016 Screens Feature by Ashley Moreno

Tres Chicas
The Latin ladies have it, but the Krayolas want it back
"...rock as well as one capable of duetting with Chicano soul legends such as the Royal Jesters' Dimas Garza...."

May 8, 2009 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

Real Austin Stories
Austin's Exploding Documentary Scene
"...film programming organizations: SXSW Film Festival, Austin Film Society, Chicano/Latino Film Forum, CinemaTexas, Cinemakers' Co-op, Austin Film Festival, Paramount..."

March 13, 1998 Screens Feature by Jerry Johnson

Shortcuts
Go Girl!
"...two high school girls. Hablando de mi Generacion The Chicano/Latino Film Forum, a group dedicated to creation and distribution..."

Nov. 24, 1995 Screens Column

'Keeping Track'
Latino Comedy Project vet mixes domestic conflicts and high tech surveillance
"...onetime professor in the University of Texas Department of Theatre & Dance, where she studied acting. "He taught me..."

April 2, 2010 Arts Feature by Belinda Acosta

Following 'Suit'
'Zoot Suit' revival, symposium track the impact of Luis Valdez's powerful play then and now
"...ask me if I'm always going to write about Chicanos," playwright and El Teatro Campesino founder Luis Valdez says..."

Sept. 17, 2004 Arts Feature by Belinda Acosta

Exhibitionism
Little Shop of Horrors: All The Fine Young Cannibal Plants
"...Mary Moody Northen Theatre, through March 15..."

March 13, 1998 Arts Review

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