"Los Niños Perdidos" (The Lost Children) is a theatre monologue adapted from Valeria Luiselli's "Tell Me How it Ends: an Essay in Forty Questions." It is based on her experience as a translator for migrant kids in need of legal representation. Migrating to another world is hard enough as an adult. Imagine being an unaccompanied minor with no support - in a world you don't … [Read more...] about Los Niños Perdidos (The Lost Children) Reflects the Experience of Unaccompanied Migrant Children at ID Studio Theater
ID Studio Theater Archive
The ID Studio Theater Archive contains New York Latin Culture Magazine's feature coverage of music, dance and theatre produced by ID Studio Theater in Mott Haven, The Bronx, since 2019.
"Diles que no me maten" is a famous tale by Mexican writer Juan Rulfo (1917-1986) from his short story collection "El Llano en llamas" (1953). It's the story of Juvencio Nava who begs his son Justino to stop his execution for killing Don Lupe forty years ago. The conflict arose because Don Lupe wouldn't let Juvencio graze his cattle on Don Lupe's land. It turns out that the … [Read more...] about “Diles que no me maten” (Tell Them Not to Kill Me) Brings Mexican Theatre to ID Studio Theater
El Pesebre (The Manger) is a Christmas nativity shepherd's play produced by the Colombian creative team at ID Studio Theater and performed for free at community centers that serve New York City's Latin communities. El Pesebre 2019 The show is a nativity presentation with eight actors and a three-piece band singing Christmas carols. It's a black box theatre type of … [Read more...] about “El Pesebre” is a Classic Nativity Play