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 […]
26 Miles opened this past weekend at West of Lenin in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood to enthusiastic audience praise. People were moved and delighted by this entertaining, thought-provoking show. There are still three weekends to experience our wonderful production. For your tickets, go to: 26 Miles tickets.
We are also pleased to share two great reviews of the show. Congratulations to all the artists who contributed to this incredible show!
From the Seattle Times by Theatre critic Misha Berson: “…this simply designed, persuasively acted production still arrives at the encouraging destination of “26 Miles” with heart and grit intact.” View the full review here: Seattle Times review of 26 Miles.
Also, we won great kudos from Drama in the Hood’s Elizabeth Alvarado: “…now more than ever, it’s important to tell these Latino stories that we don’t often hear about. This is something Latino Theatre Projects has done extremely well – especially in 26 Miles which speaks on these important cultural issues.” She also wrote: “In Latino Theatre Projects’ production of 26 Miles, audiences are swept away on an unforgettable road trip to Yellowstone between Beatriz (Alma Villegas) and her daughter, Olivia (Klara Cerris) as they struggle to reconnect after spending years apart.” Read the full review here: Drama in the Hood review of 26 Miles.
So, get your tickets today while they are still available!