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Join Us for Our 30th Anniversary Season!

At our Newly Renovated 64 East 4th Street Home


World Premiere

March 15 – March 31, 2024

Lío's Friend

By Ian Robles

Directed by Mario Colón

It’s July 25th of 1898 and the American fleet has just arrived at the Southern coast of Puerto Rico. Lío, a young gay fisherman welcomes Chris, a young American soldier, into his homeland as a new ally that has come to free Puerto Rico from the Spanish authority. Little by little, the abusive hands of colonial exploitation are unveiled, causing an inevitable rivalry between the two men.


World Premiere

April 5 – 21, 2024

Los garabatos de la luna: A Tale of Wishes, Travelers, and Doodles

Written and directed by Diana Chery-Ramírez

A bilingual play for the entire family. The characters in this story set off on a perilous journey to visit The Moon, who will grant a wish to those who make this difficult trip and decipher a secret message during one special night.

Los Garabatos de la luna: A Tale of Wishes, Travelers, and Doodles will allow the audience to experience a migration quest made by a group of new friends as they test their physical, intellectual, and moral strengths.


World Premiere

April 12 – 21, 2024

Mamá, luego artista
(Mom, Therefore, Artist)

By Al Margen Flamenco Company

Directed by María de los Ángeles

How does our role as artists change once we become a parent? 

Using contemporary approaches to the traditional art form of Flamenco, Al Margen Flamenco Company, under the artistic direction of María de los Ángeles, explores imposter syndrome, depression, anxiety and loneliness, in connection to the loss of self as mothers try to bounce back and DO IT ALL.

Mamá, luego artista (Mom, Therefore, Artist) gives voice to the journey of rediscovery – a tempestuous and difficult search – that ultimately concludes that one must learn how to dance in the rain.