"The work that Teatro does is so vital and engaging."

-Ebony Adams

Educational Programs

Raices Youth Residency:

Creativity and Stop Motion at Centro Tyrone Guzman


Raices Youth Program at Centro Cultural Tyrone Guzman this past summer 2016 successfully completed the Creativity/Stop-motion 6-week residency. The project involved the creation of a number of short multimedia performances with Centro’s youth program. The pieces used storytelling through multimedia such as stop motion, sound and video to depict themes inspired by challenges youth face nowadays. Two of the projects were selected to be at the 2016 Minnanimate Festival. The work was accepted and exhibited as part of the 2016 Minnanimate Festival on Sept. 8th at Saint Anthony Main Theaters in Minneapolis. So proud of our students.






COCOS Latinidad Live Radio

… Latin Flair ‘n the Air

Coco’s Latinidad  live radio show with SABOR LATINO, radio drama and music.

The series broadcast on WEQY (104.7 FM) 

From the heart of our lovely capital city, San Pablo, join us for a live bilingual radio broadcast of Coco’s Latinidad. Host Coco will take us on a stroll through her barrio where dogs bark Spanish lullabies and our gatos meow “al son” Latino. We’ll visit with the Gonzalez family as they get ready to celebrate their daughter’s quinceañera. You will also embark on a musical adventure with our eclectic musical guest Alma Andina.

At The Creative Arts School Theater: 65 E Kellogg Blvd, St Paul, MN 55101

Friday March 3 – 7:30pm (Preview)
Saturday March 4 – 7:30pm
Sunday March 5 – 4pm



Cover FC Cocos Latinidad



Silvia Pontaza has participated in Teatro del Pueblo productions in many ways, both acting and directing.  She is also one of Teatro’s resident teaching artistes working with both children and adults.  She has written several plays for Teatro and we are excited to unveil her current project! This radionovela is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat!


Teatro del Pueblo is a place where everybody is welcome.

We believe that Theatre must be inclusive and equitable. We are community based.

Our productions reflect our diverse audience and artists, and continues to evolve taking performing arts beyond the stage.