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Su Teatro Cultural & Performing Arts Center, Upcoming Plays


Events at a Glance


Upcoming Events


Tickets to all plays: $20 general admission; $17 students and seniors; Comadre docenas – 12 tix, $12 each (or buy a flex pass).


2-4-1 Thursday (off of general admission) when you ask for the discount.

Other prices noted


Every Saturday in February: El Rio: Las Lagrimas de La Llorona.
Written by Anthony J. Garcia, musical direction by Daniel Valdez

Two sisters experience the legend of La Llorona and learn the importance that the water has played in shaping their lives and that of their ancestors. The first play in the Espiritu Natural series.

11 a.m. $7 adults/ $5 kids


February 6-15  Amorcito Corazon: Daniel Valdez en Concierto

A tribute to the greatest of Mexican Golden Age performers, Pedro Infante the master of “la musica romantica”. Join Su Teatro actors as they lend their talents to this evening of music, storytelling, and table service. Funny, charming, and romantic.


Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. $20 gen. $17 students and seniors


February 15th: Noche con Tapas, Vino y Musica
Dinner at 6:30pm, $35/person $60/couple



March 13-30 * Ludlow: El Grito de las Minas

Written and directed by Anthony J. Garcia.



In the early 1900′s a New Mexican family loses their small ranchito and is forced to migrate to work in the coal mines of Southern Colorado, only to find themselves in the middle of one of the most tragic moments in US labor history. On April 20, 1914 the Ludlow Massacre left 25 people dead. One hundred years later, their cry will rise from the ashes. Performances held in collaboration with the Colorado State Ludlow Commission.


Thursdays-Saturdays, 7:30 p.m. One matinee, Sunday March 30, 2 p.m.


 April 3-6 *XicanIndie Flim Festival XVI*

One word says it all: XicanIndie. Featuring the best Latino World Cinema, Quality films, celebrity actors, and filmmakers.



April 10-13 * PLACAS by Paul S. Flores, directed by Michael John Garces *


An El Salvadoran family living in San Francisco struggles with the challenges of overcoming violence: vestiges of decades of Civil War in El Salvador, mutated into gang warfare in the U.S. * Centerpiece of The Annual Neruda Poetry Festival.



May 11 *Serenata Madrelinda/Mother’s Day Serenade*

An annual Mother’s Day brunch that celebrates and serenades with great music from Mexico and Latin America, nurturing the soul and the palate with a great and filling brunch. The event honors the legacy of Angelica Martinez and Vera Ramirez whose passion for children and education has become their legacy through the supports for the Cultural Arts Education Institute.



June 12-29 * Cuarenta y Ocho – a World Premiere play by Anthony J. Garcia *

Two explosions, 2 days apart, accompany a student protest at Colorado University. Six people died. What happened in those 48 hours? 40 years later we can only speculate.



July 24-27 *18th Annual Chicano Music Festival and Auction*

The biggest and best party of the year returns, heating up Santa Fe Drive with musica, dancing and comida all under the stars. Plus brilliant art and great deals all under the stars; plus, brilliant art and great deals at the annual auction. Featuring San Jose, Califas band CUATRO CON TRES!