Teatro Vivo, the Latinx Theatre Commons, and the University of Texas at Austin present the 2019 LTC Theatre for Young Audiences Sin Fronteras Festival. Join us for three days of theatre for young people, featuring five plays from throughout the US and Latin America. All public performances are free, but reservations are required!

Additional daytime performances are available for local schools free of charge. For additional information about these performances, or to arrange tickets for your students, please contact Megan Alrutz at malrutz@austin.utexas.edu.

Niños que Fueron Grandes
La Negra María Teatro
B. Iden Payne Theatre

We travel with four actors to recreate and imagine episodes of the childhoods of three Chilean teachers: Baldomero Lillo, Gabriela Mistral, and Manuel Rojas. Puppets and found-objects create the world of the play onstage before our eyes, making it easily accessible for English-speaking audiences. This production features original music. (Spanish)

Online tickets sales have closed for this show. You may still be able to purchase tickets at the Box Office.


Cenicienta: A Bilingual Cinderella Story
Glass Half Full Theatre and Teatro Vivo
Brockett Theatre

Cenicienta is an original bilingual stage adaptation of Cinderella. In this version, told through found-object puppetry, Cenicienta overcomes her stepfamily’s bullying on her own terms. Bilingual (English/Spanish)

Online tickets sales have closed for this show. You may still be able to purchase tickets at the Box Office.


Epic Tales from the Land of Melanin
FEMelanin Collective
Brockett Theatre

Based on histories of real-life women of color and non-Eurocentric fairytales, Epic Tales from the Land of Melanin is an imaginative adventure tale of three young warrior-explorers taking on the world. Through audience participation, young audiences will help the heroes defeat evil forces while building community. Bilingual (English/Spanish)

Online tickets sales have closed for this show. You may still be able to purchase tickets at the Box Office.


Coatlicue 2.0 "La diosa que vino del aire"
TraZmallo Ixinti
B. Iden Payne Theatre

Through dance, music, mask and clown technique, Coatlicue 2.0 is a solo creation story of how the Aztec world came to be. We learn about legendary Aztec figures, such as Quetzalcoatl, Tezcatlipoca, and Coatlicue herself, the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the cosmos. Bilingual (Nahuatl/Spanish)

Online tickets sales have closed for this show. You may still be able to purchase tickets at the Box Office.

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Jan 23rd, Jan 25th at 7:00pm;Jan 23rd at 7:30pm;Jan 25th at 4:30pm

Tomás and the Library Lady
Childsplay
Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center

Based on the true story of Tomás Rivera and the book by Pat Mora, this play takes us on a journey with Tomás, the son of migrant farm workers. When Tomás meets the “Library Lady,” she recognizes his love of stories and encourages him to become a reader. This play explores literacy, migration, and self-esteem, all through music and storytelling. Bilingual (English/Spanish)

Online tickets sales have closed for this show. You may still be able to purchase tickets at the Box Office.


Tomás and the Library Lady
Childsplay
Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center

Based on the true story of Tomás Rivera and the book by Pat Mora, this play takes us on a journey with Tomás, the son of migrant farm workers. When Tomás meets the “Library Lady,” she recognizes his love of stories and encourages him to become a reader. This play explores literacy, migration, and self-esteem, all through music and storytelling. Bilingual (English/Spanish)

Online tickets sales have closed for this show. You may still be able to purchase tickets at the Box Office.

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Jan 26th at 10:30am and 1:30pm