We’ve got a lot to do and a little time to do it.
Su Teatro is always moving and moving fast. Here, you can check out stories, essays, articles and all manner of writing and recollections about who we are, where we’ve been and where we are going.
Video of Su Teatro over the past few years
Historic Denver recognizes five local non-profits with Cultural Impact Awards: including Su Teatro
Stephanie Wolf of CPR asks Su Teatro Executive Artistic Director Tony Garcia about the 2014 remount of Ludlow: El Grito de las Minas.
Su Teatro Mourns the Passing of Denver Civic Theatre Creator Henry Lowenstein.
About the 2 year residency of El Teatro Campesino founding member Daniel Valdez.
Tony Garcia ruminates on Luis Valdez’ pioneer work in Chicano Theatre.
Tony Garcia’s story how Carlos Santana impacted his journey into and through teatro.
Su Teatro Executive Artistic Director Tony Garcia discusses how the collaborative production The Gospel at Colonus with The SOURE Theatre Company can impact Denver’s black theatre legacy.
In 2014, Su Teatro was chosen from a field of 80 entries throughout the country to participate in the month long Encuentro Latino: A National Latina/o Theatre Festival in Los Angeles, California.
Guerrero’s Enrique is a compelling, complex protagonist and his painful journey is worth experiencing.
PLUS: Review from LA Blog Playwrighting in the City
MetroState University of Denver and artist Carlos Fresquez team up for the “Surround Mural” at Su Teatro
Su Teatro’s Organizational Manager Micaela Garcia de Benavidez named recipient of the Andrew W Mellon Fellowship Fellowship
Photo journalist Juan Espinosa reflects on the 1974 UMAS occupation of TB1 at CU- Boulder
Tony’s account of his experience with art meeting life regarding the development of Enrique’s Journey