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After Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday comes “Giving Tuesday”

November 21, 2018

Indulge yourself on Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Tuesday, but don’t forget the upcoming tradition of “Giving Tuesday” on November 27! Every year, thousands of people across the country use this date to make an end-of-the-year, tax-deductible gift to their favorite non-profits. You may have experienced the quality work that Latino Theatre Projects has been […]

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Check out the images from Brainpeople — Don’t miss it!

October 20, 2018

If you haven’t made it yet to see our production Brainpeople by Jose Rivera, you still have seven chances to get there. And, trust us, you do not want to miss it. Remaining performances are 10/20, 10/25, 10/26, 10/27, 11/1, 11/2, and 11/3 at 8:00 PM at Theatre Off Jackson, 409 7th Ave S in […]

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Check out this preview of Brainpeople

October 8, 2018

  You can now see a preview of our beautiful production of Brainpeople by Jose Rivera! Just click here! This incredible show opens on Thursday, 10/11 at 8:00 PM at Theatre Off Jackson, 409 7th Avenue S in Seattle’s International District/Chinatown. You do not want to miss this show! Get you tickets TODAY by clicking […]

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Latino Theatre Projects press release announces its production of Brainpeople

September 1, 2018

On Tuesday, September 4, Latino Theatre Projects will be distributing a press release to local media outlets and theatre reviewers. Here is your chance to get a sneak preview: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—September 4, 2018 Contact: Robert Harkins 206-718-5077   Latino Theatre Projects Announces October Production of Brainpeople In Association with Theatre Off Jackson […]

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Coming Soon to a park near you!

June 15, 2018

This summer, Latino Theatre Projects presents Latino Cultural Celebrations A series of five FREE picnics with Latin Music and Dance as part of the City of Seattle’s Arts in Parks projects Featuring the Latin Musical stylings of Deseo Carmin and a performance of AQUA performed by Milvia Pacheco Conceived and directed by Fernando Luna All […]

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Ay Carmela! is just around the corner!

September 11, 2017

Get you tickets today at Next Thursday, September 21 at 8:00 pm, the curtain goes up on Latino Theatre Project’s newest production: Ay, Carmela! by celebrated Spanish playwright José Sanchis Sinisterra adapted in English by Pulitzer-winner Nilo Cruz & Catalina Botello. Produced in association with Theatre Off Jackson. Directed by Fernando Luna. Featuring LTP favorite […]

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A Night of Latin Rhythms with Alma y Azucar

June 27, 2017

On Thursday, June 29, Latino Theatre Projects is having its first-ever fundraiser at the Royal Room in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood. This exciting and fun evening will feature the salsa band Alma y Azucar and boleros by special guest artist, prize-winning tenor José Iñiguez. Doors open at 6:30 pm. You can order drinks and food […]

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Supporters are already GivingBIG to Latino Theatre Projects

May 4, 2017

Our supporters are already stepping forward to GiveBIG! There is no reason to wait until next Wednesday (May 10) to show your commitment to our work here at Latino Theatre Projects. By clicking on “Donate to Latino Theatre Projects Now” below, you will be taken to our donation page on the GiveBIG website. Once there, […]

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GiveBIG is coming on May 10

April 26, 2017

Once again, The Seattle Foundation is organizing the GiveBIG campaign on behalf of non-profits like Latino Theatre Projects. On Wednesday, May 10, thousands of people will join in a huge group giving day. All contributions will be matched by additional money directly from Seattle Foundation. You have been following our work. Many of you have […]

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Latino Theatre Projects wants to share big news with you about our upcoming project! (Puede leer en Espanol abajo) Few theater goers dispute the universal appeal of August Wilson’s plays. Within the inherent specificity of the African American experience, Wilson presents fundamental themes—love, honor, duty, betrayal—and gives voice to our full collective humanity. This is […]

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