Teatro Latino del Pueblo | Rhode Island

A forum for Latinos to develop and present new bilingual plays

Photo above: A scene from Tanta Bulla … ¿Y Pa' Qué? … Much Ado About Nothing | Teatro en El Verano 2019
Teatro Latino del Pueblo @RILA was founded in 2016 as a forum for Latinos to develop and present new bilingual plays. Our mission is to provide opportunities for artists, producers and audiences to discuss and advance bilingual Latinx theater in Rhode Island and nationwide.
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Teatro en El Verano, an initiative created in partnership with Trinity Repertory Company, is in its 5th season. Auditions for Summer 2020 performances will be announced soon. Sign up to receive information.

Teatro en El Verano

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Script readings moderated by Orlando Hernández, will start up again in Spring 2020. Dates will be announced soon. These readings are open to all — come once, come often.

Script Readings & Pláticas

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The 1st Annual Bilingual Latinx Playwrights Festival @RILA was initiated in 2019 and is open to all Latinx playwrights and actors currently residing in Rhode Island. Click here to learn more

Bilingual Latinx Playwrights Festival

Fefa y Su Bodega: A Newcomer's Story

Now touring: A monologue created by Marcel Mascaró, starring Magnolia Pérez featuring a one-woman monologue based on RILA's Nuestras Raíces: Latino Histories of Rhode Island.
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Click on the photo above to watch a short video

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Magnolia as "Doña Fefa" (2018)
Fefa y su Bodega: A Newcomer's Story is a one-woman monologue created by Marcel Mascaró and starring Magnolia Pérez. It is based on RILA's Nuestras Raíces: Latino Histories of Rhode Island.

A children's version of this monologue debuted at the
Providence Children's Museum on Friday, October 19, 2018 at 6:30pm. Watch the video below!

Performances of this monologue and workshops will be offered beginning February 2020.
Click here to read more and to sign up
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Josefina "Doña Fefa" Rosario in the 1960s.
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