LOVE IN A TIME OF HATE

COMING FALL 2023

Love in a Time of Hate is a modern, BIPOC take of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, taking place in the future within what used to be a southern border state.

In the city of Nogales, federal and state governments have eroded, giving way to local political power struggles for control.  It’s a time of chaos and suspicion, and Big Brother lurks, listening everywhere.

It is here we encounter a pair of star-crossed lovers trying to outwit fate bent on keeping them apart as a consequence of their families’ "ideological feud."

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Teatro Del Pueblo is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) American Rescue Plan.

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Coco's Barrio: LatinX OnAir with a Satirical Flare. A Cross Between SNL and Old Time Radio.

JULY 2022

Our 3-part series of Gentrify This will host a fantastic conversation with renowned hip-hop artist Dessa, music artist Nicolas Carter brings stories and music to el barrio, "La Casa del Chime" is parodied by Teatro del Pueblo's acting troupe, and more!
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Maria Isabel Gonzalez
Maria Isabel Gonzalez

"Experimenting with different styles, political topics that represent the struggles of our communities, and creating as a collective are just a few ways Teatro Del Pueblo has embraced and cherished the sazón different artists bring to their work. I am truly thankful for Teatro Del Pueblo as it is a way to make our voices heard and a way to spend a creative time with (as Alberto always says) - !Mi Gente!"

"The Work that Teatro does is so vital and engaging." -Ebony Adams

Director of Operations, Feminist Frequency, Women In Film

Teatro del Pueblo is proud to stand beside Penumbra Theatre, Mu Performing Arts, New Native Theatre and Pangea World Theater as a member of the Twin Cities Theatres of Color Coalition (TCTOCC). The coalition formed to build knowledge, capacity, and take action around the challenges and opportunities of diversification in the American theatre. We lead conversations, making available the wealth and depth of knowledge housed in our theatres through the dissemination of tools, practices, and consultation to bolster responsible and accountable engagement around the representation of our communities.

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209 Page St. W.

St. Paul, MN 55107

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