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The last date listed for Milagro Theatre 3-Ticket Flex Pass was Your Choice of Date Between Jan. 11, 2014 - May 31, 2014.
“CUÉNTAME COYOTE ":http://www.milagro.org/1-Performance-Presentacion/2013-14Season/cuentame-coyote.html
Milagro’s bilingual national touring production
Written & directed by Dañel Malán
January 9 – 25, 2014
Leading hopeful innocents across treacherous lands, the coyote’s journey kicks up the dust of dried bones scorched from the sun. The wind cries with the corridos of lost souls singing of Santa Muerte and the unbelievable trek of the thousands who have marched before them in search of the unattainable. The local ‘coyote’ makes promises for a price, but are their glorious dreams worth the reality that awaits them cruzando la frontera?
“ARDIENTE PACIENCIA ":http://www.milagro.org/1-Performance-Presentacion/2013-14Season/ardiente-paciencia.html
A lyrical drama
Written by Antonio Skármeta
Directed by Olga Sanchez
February 13 – March 8, 2014
Presented in Spanish with English supertitles
In the small paradise town of Isla Negra on the Chilean coast, renowned poet laureate Pablo Neruda teaches Mario, a young lovesick postman, how to woo and win beautiful Beatriz with passionate poetry. This charming story of friendship and romance is set amid the turbulent political environment of Chile in the 70’s, and the rise of Pinochet’s military regime that changed history.
“LEARN TO BE LATINA ":http://www.milagro.org/1-Performance-Presentacion/2013-14Season/latina.html
An outrageous satire
Written by Enrique Urueta
Directed by Antonio Sonera
May 1 – 31, 2014
Hanan, a Lebanese-American, was born to be a star. She is talented, beautiful and full of determination. In the increasingly competitive music industry, she knows that sacrifices must be made in order to achieve her goals. When the record executives demand she abandon her identity, Hanan accepts the challenge and takes us all on the wildest ride imaginable! This play, skewering everything from pop culture to cultural identity, has won several awards including the first national Great Gay Play Contest!