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Encuentro de las Américas: A Celebration of Theater from the Américas

Start
November 2, 2017
End
November 19, 2017

Thirteen Latinx and Latin American theater companies and artists of the Americas. Three weeks of theater, art, music and culture in English and Spanish. One vibrant celebration in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. The 2017 Encuentro seeks to establish an active dialogue between Latinx theatre companies in the United States and our counterparts in the Americas. This festival will feature three weeks of artistic exchange, cross-company co-creation, and presented performances, in repertory, for audiences in Los Angeles, including one weekend-long International Convening of leading Latinx and Latin American theatremakers and guests produced by the Latinx Theatre Commons.

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Sponsor: Latino Theater Company in association with Latinx Theater Commons

Location

Los Angeles Theatre Center
514 S. Spring St
Los Angeles, CA 90013 United States
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Phone:
866-811-4111
Website:
http://thelatc.org

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