International Theatre Festival 2014
Los Angeles, CA
An unforgotable journey to the world's cultural diversity through the universal language of live theatre.
Seven different theater companies bring seven different plays during two weekends full of color, fun and entertainment.
Nápoles Millonaria (Friday, June 13th- 8pm) Teatro del Laberinto (España)
Una familia renuncia a sus valores para poder sobrevivir durante la II Guerra mundial.
La Verdad de Judas (Saturday, June 14th- 8pm) Teatro Latino (Puerto Rico)
Una feroz crítica al abuso infantil mostrandonos sus dramáticas consecuencias
La Inaguración (Saturday June 14th-9pm) Tijuana hace Teatro (México)
Una pareja desafía a un regimén totalitario al inagurar su nuevo apartamento.
Cumbia de mi Corazón (Sunday June 15th- 5pm) LA diversified Theater Company
¿Recuperá Heliberto la memoria y el amor de su esposa al son de la cumbia?
Adult supervision required (Friday, June 20th- 8pm) Medea's kids Theater Company
The reality about the violence against adolecents in a society that rejects them
Luz Divina Santera Espirítista de 1 a 5 (Saturday, June 21th- 8pm) Tierra Blanca Theater Company
Una pícara santera utiliza sus falsos poderes para estafar a sus credulos clientes.
Espíritu Burlón (Sunday, June 22th-5pm) BFA's SPECIAL EVENT
La divertida historia de una fantasma decidida a arruinar el matrimonio de quien fuera su viudo
Tango Argentino, the story that nobody told you (Monday, June 23th- 8pm) Tango Fusion
A voyage through tango's golden age, exploring its strength and its sensuality.
Teatro Carmen Zapata
421 N. Avenue 19
Bilingual Foundation of the Arts
The mission of the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts (BFA) is to serve communities by presenting classic Spanish language drama and contemporary plays on Hispanic themes to English- and Spanish-speaking audiences, thereby bringing awareness of the diversity of the Hispanic culture through theater. Within this mission, BFA provides educational resources and training opportunities in the performing arts.
BFA’s vision is to positively affect the image and self-esteem of Hispanic people; to influence the inclusion of Hispanic cultural arts in public school curricula; to share the beauty of Hispanic drama with the entire community; and to create a pool of talented well-trained, experienced Hispanic theater artists.