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26th Annual Chicano Music Festival & Auction

Su Teatro presents the 26th Annual Chicano Music Festival & Auction July 27 - 31. Chicano Roots Music Festival - Born in Mexico, raised in the U.S. Wednesday, 7/27 at…

Su Teatro’s 'Chicanos Sing the Blues" Returns to the Stage

Mica Garcia de Benavidez

Su Teatro presents Chicanos Sing the Blues, June 9 -26, 2032, as part of Su Teatro’s 50th Anniversary. The Golden Season is a two-year Community Celebration. CSB is a play…

Stories on Stage—Good Day Sunshine

Some of your favorite Beatles’ hits presented in story and song! Every one of Stories on Stage shows this season can be attended virtually, and limited in-person seating will be…

Carmen from Mexico — The 8th EVER WordFest

The 8th EVER WordFest is presented by Su Teatro Cultural and Performance Center. Painfully Funny!   San Antonio artist Anna De Luna’s solo performance of her multimedia play with music…

Su Teatro presents the XicanIndie FilmFest XXIV

Su Teatro presents the XicanIndie FilmFest XXIV! April 7 through April 10 - various hours SEE THE MOVIE SCHEDULE HERE Films of Latinx Independent Filmmakers, across the US, Mexico, and…

Papi, Me, and César Chávez

Immerse yourself into the 1950s Chicano Movement and join Gloria, a young farmworker's daughter, as she follows César Chávez, leader of the United Farmworkers' Union (UFW), in his historic march…

Stories on Stage—Wildest Women

The final installment of Stories on Stage rollicking Wild Women Trilogy. Every one of Stories on Stage shows this season can be attended virtually, and limited in-person seating will be…

Stories on Stage—High School Confidential

The date of this event changed from January 16 to January 30, 2 pm. A Collaboration with Buntport Theater Company Tell the truth - would you EVER want to go…

Altares Vivos

Living Altars, Family Activities & Tradition Join Su Teatro as we honor our ancestors and celebrate their return! Filled with…Day of the Dead food to fill your soul, sugar skull…

War of the Flowers—Postponed

“War of the Flowers!” retells the Kitayama Carnation Strike led by five Chicana women on February 15, 1969. The five women chained themselves to the front gates of the Kitayama…

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