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Borderlands Theater has been chosen to participate in the A-ha! Program: Think It, Do It, funded by the MetLife Foundation and administered by Theatre Communications Group, the national organization for the professional not-for-profit American theatre. The $50,000.00 award enables theatres to dare to try new approaches to problem-solving artistic, managerial, production and/or technological challenges-to try […]

Join us for Burning Patience by Antonio Skarmeta

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Burning Patience inspired Academy Award winning adaption, the movie  Il Postino. The play follows Nobel Prize Winning Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda as he “lends” his poetry to Mario, a young letter carrier, to conquer the heart of his beloved Beatriz. Featuring: Roberto Guajardo, Jason Chavez, Maria Gawne and Rosanne Couston. Directed by Barclay Goldsmith. Music Arrangement […]

Marias’ Circular Dance and Trash opens next Friday, Valentine’s Day!

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Two new transnational short plays, commissioned, developed, and produced by Borderlands Theater and el Circulo Teatral, are  performed together for an evening of theater. They  preview February 13 and run through  March 2, 2014.  Maria’s Circular Dance by Medardo Treviño, translated and directed by Eva Tessler and Trash by Kara Hartzler, directed by Marc David […]

New Year brings good news!

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Happy New Year, Borderlands community! We are happy to announce that Marc Pinate, our resident director received the research and development grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts with a distinguished merit award. This season’s production of “Grounded” received the Arizona Daily Star’s 2013  MAC award for best drama. The IndieGoGo campaign for In […]

Un Encuentro: Theater of the Borderlands/Teatro de la frontera

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A new biennial, bilingual, and transnational theater festival Borderlands Theater announces partnership with El Círculo Teatral of Mexico City to co-produce Un Encuentro: Theater of the Borderlands/Teatro de la frontera. This new biennial, bilingual, and transnational festival will engage audiences on both sides of the border through new play commissions and development, as well as […]