Latino Theatre Projects has been awarded a Seattle Times 2017 Footlight Award in today’s paper! Check out this article from today’s Seattle Times awarding the 2017 Footlight Awards. The article is divided between theatre critics Misha Berson, Dusty Somers, and Brendan Kiley. Under each of them, they feature trends and recognize excellence in various categories. […]
There are only six performances remaining for 26 MIles at West of Lenin. Performances are Thursdays, Friday, and Saturdays over the next two weekend. The show closes on April 8. You really don’t want to miss this show! To purchase your tickets, simply click on any of the “Get Tickets’ button on this site.
The reviews praising 26 Miles keep rolling in.
Miryam Gordon of Miryams Theatre Musings and Seattle Gay News says:
“[Alma] Villegas is an animated and joyous picture of Beatriz… She is charming.”
“[Klara] Cerris is a revelation… Her emotions and reactions are a perfect blend of sophistication and naiveté.”
You can read her complete review at http://miryamstheatermusings.blogspot.com/2017/03/26-miles-rewarding-journey-of-personal.html.
Michael Strangeways of Seattle Gay Scene wrote:
“Latino Theatre Project has done a strong job of interpreting 26 Miles.”
“Ms Cerris is a young actress to watch for and it’s a pleasure to see Ms Villegas make a return to the stage after many years of focusing on her music career.”
You can read the rest of his review at http://seattlegayscene.com/2017/03/reviews-ghostlights-macbett-latino-theatre-projects-26-miles-feature-strong-scriptscasts/