Season 2019/2020 Place keeping with Site Specific Theatre!
Their Dogs Came with Them
by Helena Maria Viramontes
adapted for the stage by Virginia Grise
Directed by Kendra Ware
OCTOBER 18 – 20, 2019
Friday & Saturday: Doors 5:30pm Showtime 6:00pm
Sunday: Doors 1:30pm Showtime 2:00pm
No Late Seating
JULIAN WASH ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK, 2820 S. 12th Ave
Advance Tickets $20 General Admission $25 at the door
Advance Reservations Recommended. Limited seating.Purchase Tickets HERE
What happens to a community, and the people that live there, when a series of four intersecting freeways are built right through the heart of their neighborhood?
Adapted from THEIR DOGS CAME WITH THEM. Copyright © 2007 by Helena María Viramontes.
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We need 30 volunteers for our upcoming production of “Their Dogs Came With Them” to aid in helping audience members park near to the performance space. Additional volunteers are required to help with the set up and maintenance of the box office.
Volunteers are needed Friday, October 18th (2 people @ 3:30pm & 8 people at 5pm), Saturday, October 19th (2 people @ 3:30pm & 8 people at 5pm), and Sunday October 20th (2 people @ 11:30am & 8 people @1pm). 10 volunteers each day.
Show tickets are $20.00 to $25.00. Volunteers see it for FREE!
For specific volunteer slots and to SIGN UP Click HERE! or call 520-276-9598.
Barrio Stories Nogales
by Borderlands Theater Ensemble
Playwright, Milta Ortiz
Project director/shadow puppetry, Marc David Pinate
Media design, Adam Cooper-Terán
Giant puppet maker, Zarco Guerrero
Giant puppet director, Jonathan Heras
Community liaison/on-site producer, Cesar Lopez
A choose your own adventure site specific theatrical festival re-inhabits downtown Nogales with theatrical installations, large scale projections, music, based on oral histories from long time Ambos Nogales residents, and culminates with a couple alternating fronterizo bands.
The creative team is currently working with Nogalenses to create an authentic fronterizo experience. We’ll keep you posted on project updates.
Barrio Stories is a celebration of the history and heritage of Arizona’s historic Mexican-American neighborhoods. Conceived by Borderlands Theater in 2015, the project is an ongoing site-specific series intended to preserve and reflect the stories, people, and places that made these barrios so vital to the cultural fabric of the Southwest.