Borderlands Theater strives to build equitable, joyful, and meaningful collaborations with the local community through innovative theater and responsive cultural programs ingrained in the heritage, narratives, and lived experiences of peoples rooted across the Sonoran Desert.
Borderlands Theater’s exciting new youth theater program for students in grades 4 to 6 in Tucson! Enrolling now for Spring Break (March 11- 15)! Click here for more information and TO REGISTER!
Our next production previews March 28, 2024! For more CLICK HERE!
Second Sunday of every month
For more info, bios, and full schedule CLICK HERE.
Thank You National Latinx Theater Initiative!
Thank you National Latinx Theater Initiative for our two year grant! Now we can hire two of our part time staff as full time staff!
NLTI is a program of the Los Angeles-based Latino Theater Company.
Borderlands Theater Awarded 100K to participate in One Nation One Project
Leveraging the power of the arts for the wellbeing of all.
Excited to announce our participation in the One Nation One Project initiative! We’re centering the role of the arts as a vital tool for community wellness. The central theory is that community plus the arts equals healthier people, healthier societies. ONOP has gathered research and statistics to prove this theory. We’re one of 18 cities across the country, setting out to gather more data to back the claim, that arts are vital to our own and our city’s wellbeing.
“Congratulations Borderlands Theater. Thank you for your incredible work telling our history.” – Mayor Regina Romero.