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Mujeres de Arena

  • Poster for Mujeres de Arena/Women of Sand 

In March 2013, over 450 people came to see our six performances and participate in the post-performance discussions. Thirty organizational sponsors did an amazing job of promoting the play to their constituencies. Two years later, we are still getting praise for the production and for presenting such important and compelling issue. Thank you to Amnesty International and CISPES for their participation in the discussions.

A SEATTLE FIRST!!

On Friday, March 15, 2013, Latino Theatre Projects was proud to host 33 Spanish-only guests for that night’s performance and to provide simultaneous Spanish translation. To the best of our knowledge this is the first time that a theatre company in Washington state has presented a play with simultaneous translation into Spanish. Huge thank you to LELO for organizing this unique experience for our guests and to OneAmerica for use of its translation headsets.

Now available for viewing:
There is now a video of our production of Mujeres de Arena on YouTube.
Check it out by clicking here!

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When

Mar 07 2013 - Mar 28 2013

Where

Southside Commons
3518 S. Edmunds St, Seattle, WA

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