Sin Muros: A Latina/o Theatre Festival 2018 Press

In February 2018, Stages Repertory Theatre celebrated the range of Latina/o voices and stories reflecting the diversity of local Texas communities. Sin Muros included the World Premiere of Houstonian Josh Inocéncio’s solo show Purple Eyes and developmental workshop readings of new plays by Texas natives Mando Alvarado, Bernardo Cubría, and Tanya Saracho. The festival weekend was filled with public events for audiences and local theatre-makers, including workshops and networking opportunities.

Please see the following links to press about the inaugural Sin Muros Festival. The task force is already working on the 2019 festival. We hope you’ll join us in Houston next year!

Dream Fest: Stages Repertory Theater Launches Sin Muros: A Latina/o Theatre Festival” – Tarra Gaines (Arts + Culture TX)

El teatro busca diversidad” – Wei-Huan Chen (La VozHouston Chronicle)

Festival looks to grow diversity in stage arts” – Wei-Huan Chen (Houston Chronicle)

Reclaiming Roots: Sin Muros Theatre Festival Puts Queer Latinx Talent Center Stage” – Barrett White (Spectrum South)

New Theatre Festival Focuses On Stories And Voices From Latino Community” – Catherine Lu (Houston Public Media)

A Preview of the Upcoming Sin Muros Festival” – Houston Life TV

Sin Muros: Creating a Space for Latinx Theatre in Houston” – Trevor Boffone (The Theatre Times)

Sin Muros: Interview with Neighbors Playwright Bernardo Cubria” – Trevor Boffone (The Theatre Times)

Sin Muros: Interview with Purple Eyes Playwright Josh Inocencio” – Trevor Boffone (The Theatre Times)

Sin Muros: Interview with Living Sculpture Playwright Mando Alvarado” – Trevor Boffone (The Theatre Times)

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