Teatro de la Tierra

Teatro Performances

Who Is Responsible

Link to video: https://youtu.be/MTUBh9yQg_w 

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La Muerte Viene Echando Rasero

Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxY0z-VFSqo&feature=emb_title

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The Conscience of a Bully

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The Weight of Things — 2011

The Weight of Things: Four Theatrical Vignettes and a Song on Obesity Written & Directed by Agustín Lira, Produced by Patricia Wells A not so …

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Regeneracion — 2010

Ricardo Flores Magón, born on Mexican Independence Day, September 16, 1873, is considered the true precursor and Father of the Mexican Revolution. He dedicated his …

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Esperanza and Luz — 2009

Seven years after its first production, “Esperanza y Luz” and the themes it explored were more relevant than ever in California’s Central Valley. Written and …

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Actos — 2008

Originally put together by Agustín Lira, Luis Valdez and Felipe Cantu, many of the scenes from these two pieces were improvised on the spot during …

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A Yellow Rose From Texas — 2007

Emma Tenayuca, the pioneering Mexican civil rights leader who organized more than 12,000 Mexican pecan shellers to strike in the 1930ʼs in San Antonio Texas, …

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Heroes and Legends, and I Am Joaquin — 2005

Part I — “Heroes & Legends of the Southwest and Mexico” “Heroes & Legends of the Southwest and Mexico” come to life through the stirring …

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La Musica de la Vida — 2004

In the Summer of 2004, Myrna Nateras Martinez of the Pan Valley Institute, invited local artists Patricia Wells & Agustín Lira – founders of Teatro …

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