Four Decades Later, ‘Zoot Suit’ Still Fits

Four Decades Later, ‘Zoot Suit’ Still Fits

It’s sobering that Luis Valdez’s stirring Chicano protest musical is freshly relevant, but there’s nothing somber about its vibrant new staging. So it was Zoot Suit time again on Feb. 12, when a revival of this Luis Valdez play opened officially at the Mark Taper...
Casting for Zoot Suit

Casting for Zoot Suit

El Teatro Campesino and Center Theatre Group are currently Casting for Zoot Suit.  The directors are looking for all roles to be filled. This casting is open to everyone.  El Teatro Campesino has hired MOC Casting for recruiting candidates for the suitable roles....
Viva La Causa VLog feat. Eduardo Esparza

Viva La Causa VLog feat. Eduardo Esparza

El Teatro presents the artist the behind the Viva La Causa design: Eduardo Esparza. Esparza was welcomed into the theater family in 2003 and was inspired to illustrate the resistance and heart of la causa. Esparza tells the story of how he brought these iconic Latino...
La Esquinita: Lupe Valdez

La Esquinita: Lupe Valdez

La Esquinita is a new series that serves as a production notebook for Latina/o designers and artisans working on stages across the nation. In La Esquinita, designers and artisans share their process and production work, plus overall thoughts on dynamic collaboration....
El Teatro Campesino: Fifty Years and Counting

El Teatro Campesino: Fifty Years and Counting

posted on Sun, 11/08/2015 – 08:54pm by Frank Perez, reporting for BenitoLink El Teatro Campesino was established in 1965 during the Delano Grape Strike. Fifty years later, its founder, Luis Valdez, continues creating thought-provoking productions and nurturing...