El Teatro Campesino
Attn: Anahuac Valdez
PO Box 1240
705 Fourth Street
San Juan Bautista, CA 95045
Phone: (831) 623-2444
Fax: (831) 623-4127
About El Teatro Campesino
Our aesthetic encompasses a vision of the future, while embracing the ancient past.; rooted in the indigenous culture of Mexican farm workers, while remaining totally open to the flow of new ideas. Combining both urban and rural realities, El Teatro Campesino continues to evolve in technological as well as artistic ways.From performances in broad daylight on flatbed trucks in 1965 to streaming live theater on the Internet in 2000, ETC has incorporated multi-media throughout its history.We have produced plays, musicals, feature films, documentaries, radio and television, educational videos and CD ROMS.
- El Teatro Campesino Presents La Virgen Del Tepeyac
a Miracle Christmas Pageant
- Celebrating more than a quarter of a century of tradition at the beautiful Old Mission at San Juan Bautista, El Teatro Campesino returns with the 2004 production of LA VIRGEN DEL TEPEYAC, it's biennial spectacle of vibrant music, sacral theater and Aztec
- El Teatro Campesino Revives Two Vintage One Acts “Dark Root of A Scream” and “Dos Vatos”
- El Teatro Campesino revives two vintage one acts “Dark Root of A Scream” by Luis Valdez and “Dos Vatos" by Ernie Palomino and Ricardo Duran, for a rare three-week engagement. Not since the eighties has “Dark Root of A Scream” been on our stage, having had
- El Teatro Campesino Presents Kirk Ward’s “3 Stories Tall” Opens Thursday April 22nd
- El Teatro Campesino presents the Northern California premiere of “Three Stories Tall”, an explosive new one-man show by San Benito County native Kirk Ward. Originally work shopped and performed at the HBO workspace, Comedy Central Theater, Galaza Theater
- Zoot Suit: 25th Anniversary Tour
- GILROY IS FIRST ON EL TEATRO CAMPESINO’S 25TH ANNIVERSARY NATIONAL TOUR OF ZOOT SUIT
Hit Play With Music by Luis Valdez To Run April 7-April 25
at Gavilan College in Newly Designated Second Space, ETC 2
SAN JUAN BAUTISTA -- The hugely popular and c
- La Pastorela: A Shepherd's Play
- La Pastorela recreates the long trek of those first "pastores" (shepherds) to the holy site of the Nativity. Luzbel (Lucifer) and his demons attempt to thwart the shepherds from reaching Bethlehem and the Holy Manger. However in a dynamic clash of good against evil, San Miguel (St. Michael), the Archangel, and an army of angels overpower the demonic forces of Luzbel and the shepherds are at last free to complete their journey.
- The Messiah Complex: Rebelations of A Mad Mexican
- Sent by the Gods to save the world through, "immaculate reception," the Mad Mexican finds himself inside the pop culture world of television and propaganda only to find that the voice and concerns of people are nowhere to be heard. Realizing that the "immaculate reception" is truly an "immaculate deception," the Mad Mexican makes a sharp left turn into the world of radio, where he not only finds the voice of the people, but more importantly, his own.
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