Cazateatro Bilingual Theatre Group Announces its 2021-2022 Season

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(Memphis, TN) August 24,2021: Our current times have been challenging. During the pandemic, while there are so many uncertainties, art has been a constant, able to hold us together and bring joy to our community and our families. Though there have been many challenges, Cazateatro Bilingual Theater Group has remained committed to our vision.

Cazateatro is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization founded in 2010 with a mission of sharing the Hispanic-American culture through the arts. The group aims to build a unifying cultural bridge for our community through the arts and stresses the importance of bilingualism and the richness of our diverse cultures. Our events are a key part of realizing our goals, and we are excited to
invite the entire Memphis community and surrounding areas to celebrate with us during our upcoming 2021-2022 season!

There are a variety of amazing events included in this upcoming fifth season, from events celebrating Latin cultures to bilingual theater productions showcasing diverse stories. There are even virtual programs that you can enjoy from home. This 2021-2022 season reaffirms Cazateatro’s mission to create a bridge between the many cultures of the Memphis area through the arts.

For more information, please contact us at info@cazateatro.org

Events Information

Latin Fest 2021 at Overton Square
September 25, 2021 | 12:00pm to 6:00pm
Join us to celebrate the Hispanic Heritage Month! Cazateatro Bilingual Theatre group will brings the culture and vitality of Latino Community to the beautiful Midtown area in Overton Square.

Día de Muertos Reverse Parade in Collaboration with Memphis Brooks Museum
October 23,2021 | 11:00 am to 4:00pm
Dia de los Muertos Celebration! Memphis Brooks Museum of Art and Cazateatro Bilingual Theatre Group hold this annual event, where families are invited to honor ancestors and celebrate the cycle of life and death.To ensure everyone stays safe, we’ll host the “reverse parade” again this year. There will be floats and altars in Overton Park, and visitors will drive through the park to enjoy the celebration. An audio tour will be featured, and special hands-on art kits for families to do at home will also be available. More details will be posted in this event as plans come together!
Admission is free for the whole community!

Play: Ni siquiera con un Dedo (Obra en Español/Play in Spanish)
October 1-2-3
By Stefania De Ruvo
Your partner apologizes and says that he will never have hurtful behavior again – but you are afraid he will. Sometimes you wonder if you are imagining the abuse or if the physical and emotional pain you feel is real. If this sounds familiar, you may be experiencing domestic violence. Come and hear the stories of 6 women who experience domestic violence firsthand.

Bilingual Play: Pastorela : The Last Christmas ( La última navidad)
December 3-4-5
The eternal battle between good and evil with a small twist.
What if Lucifer was a woman?
it will be an advantage to ruin Christmas?
Lucifer will try with all her trickery to confuse the shepherds so they don’t get on time to Bethlem to worship Baby Jesus. Anything could happen when a woman is in charge of hell. Everyone knows that good triumphs over evil, but this time it seems that this will not happen this time.

Christmas Fiesta!
December 18, 2021
This Christmas, Cazateatro Bilingual Theater Group and Opera Memphis will present a Christmas Fiesta! Come to enjoy the Christmas traditions of Latin America and the Caribbean, learn about parrandas, posadas, piñatas, and more. Enjoy traditional Christmas music in Spanish, Latin food, make a poinsettia or a small piñata.

Afro-Latino Week –
February, 2022
The Afro-Latino week will be in honor of Black History Month connecting the valuable contribution of Afro-Latinos in America and Latin America.

Play: We women do it, better than men
A comedy written by Roberto Ramos Perea.
April 22-23 April 29-30