The World Premiere of
By Jos? Rivera, adapted from The Maids by Jean Genet
Directed by Daniel Irizarry
Featuring Laura Butler Rivera, Daniel Irizarry, Charlie Munn, Casey Robinson, Folami Williams and Jos? Rivera himself will make special appearances in the first two weekends
Performances began September 29 and ran until October 30th?
Thursdays-Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 5pm
In Rivera?s interpretation, two maids, sisters Monique and Yvette, dream of liberating Vieques from La Do?a, mistress of the largest sugar plantation on the island. ?Rituals are enacted, roles are reversed, identities become fluid, bombs fall, poison is consumed, genders collide, and a psycho-sexual drama is unleashed as the trio struggles with the meaning of power, sisterhood, and freedom,? state production notes from INTAR.?
Developed at The Orchard Project 2015
Started in 2007, the Orchard Project invites the most cutting-edge theater artists to retreat to New York’s Catskill Mountains and collaboratively develop new plays.?
The production will have scenic design by Jorge Dieppa, lighting design by Lucrecia Briceno, costume design by Meghan Healey, and sound design by Marcelo A?ez.
LOCUSTS HAVE NO KING?March-April 2016
Locusts Have No King
?The locusts have no king, yet all of them march in rank? ? Proverbs 30:27
John J. Concado
Performances Begin?March 18th?with?Opening Night Set for?March 30th at 7 PM?
Limited Engagement Through?April 24th?Only
Two gay couples get together for a dinner party. They work together. They even live in the same building. And, they are closeted. But when one of them ponders his resignation, the others fear the exposure of their?hidden relationships. They cannot allow this to happen. They won?t allow this to happen. So, all hell breaks loose? literally.
3rd ANNUAL ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL OF LATINO VOICES? November 2014
THE ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL & INTAR
THE 3rd?ANNUAL ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL OF LATINO VOICES
To Feature World Premieres From Jose Rivera, Caridad Svich, Kristoffer Diaz, Oliver Mayer, Edwin Sanchez, and More?
THREE PERFORMANCES ONLY
Saturday, November 22nd At 8pm & Sunday November 23rd At 3pm & 7pm
The One-Minute Play Festival (#1MPF) (Dominic D?Andrea, Producing Artistic Director) and INTAR (Lou Moreno, Artistic Director; John McCormack, Executive Director) continue their acclaimed partnership with the The 3r AnnualOne-Minute Play Festival, with part of the proceeds to benefit UNIT52, INTAR?s training program for emerging artists.
?INTAR?s 3rd Annual One-Minute Play Festival will be presented for three performannces only, Saturday, November 22nd at 8PM and Sunday, November 23rd at 3PM & 7PM, at INTAR Theatre (500 West 52nd Street, at Tenth Avenue). Tickets will be $20 and may be purchased at www.intartheatre.org or by calling 212/352-3101.
One-minute plays by over 20 established and emerging Latina/o playwrights were commissioned for this special event, prompted by #1MPF s unique playmaking process. ?This year?s festival will feature works by established and emerging writers, including Jose Rivera, Kristoffer Diaz, Caridad Svich, Matthew Paul Olmos, Peter Gil-Sheridan, Matt Barbot, Julian Mesri, Mando Alvarado, Vicki Grise, Alejandro Morales, Oliver Mayer, Elaine Avlia, Candido Tirado, Edwin Sanchez, Maggie Bofill, Julissa Contras, Brian Otano, Marisol Miranda, Marisela Treveno Orta, Cecilia Copeland, Flor De Liz Perez, Carmen Rivera, Lily Padilla and more, directed by Dominic Antonio D?Andrea, Rebecca Martinez, Candido Tirado, Alfredo Narciso, and Bobby Moreno.
TEACH, TEACHER, TEACHEST? September-October 2014
INTAR Theatre and One-Eighth Theater present
Teach, Teacher, Teachest
Written by David Koteles
Directed by Daniel Irizarry
Sept. 12Th – Oct. 5Th
Thursday-Saturdays @ 8pm and Sundays @ 5pm
GALA – Monday, September 15th ($50 tickets- includes drinks and appetizers)
Cast:?Laura Butler Rivera, Daniel Irizarry, and *Michael Leonard
*Appears courtesy Actor’s Equity
Set Design by Susan Zeeman Rogers
Sound Design by Marcelo A?ez
Lighting Design by Lucrecia Briceno
Costume Design by Aris Mej?as
Stage Manager Alejandra Maldonado
An ancient woman. ?A haunted bed. ?An angry teen. ?A sexy ghost. ?Political turmoil. ?Will Puerto Rico really become the 51st state or will it fight for its?freedom? ?And all the coquis are dying.
Time Out NY
“Raul Castillo is a pleasure” New York Times
Adoration of the Old Woman “is getting a major production by INTAR, that for the past 40 years has championed Latino artists and voices and diversity and become a home and launching point for many Latino artists.” Gay City News
One-Eighth?s production of Teach, Teacher, Teachest by David Koteles tells the story of a pupil who arrives at the apartment of a new tutor for a lesson. What happens to her is as unexpected and random as life itself. Loosely based on Eugene Ionesco?s modern classic The Lesson, Teach, Teacher, Teachest is a cat and mouse struggle that questions what is happening and what is not. Daniel Irizarry directs this look at controlling influences, expectations, and the abuse of authority in the contemporary world. As Saul Alinsky famously said in Rules for Radicals, ?He who controls the language, controls the masses.?
Written by David Koteles
Directed by Daniel Irizarry
Cast: Aidan O’Shea, Laura Butler Rivera, and Daniel Irizarry.
Set design: Susan Roger Zeeman
Lighting design: Lucrecia Briceno
Sound design: Marcelo A?ez
Costume design: Aris Mejias
The inaugural edition of INTAR Theatre’s late night play series, American Nightcap, produced by Jana Fredricks and Lily Padilla
November 14 & 15 at 10pm
Alex Beech, Matthew Paul Olmos, Leah Nanako Winkler, Abby Rosebrock, Kevin Armento and Lily Padilla
Danya Taymor, Brisa Areli Mu?oz, Riley Teahan, Matt Dickson and more TBA
Cast to be announced!
To reserve tickets, email AmericanNightcap@gmail.com, once on the list, tickets are $10 at the door. If full, we will put you on the waitlist.
Follow us on Twitter @AmericaNightcap
THE ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL & INTAR
THE 2nd?ANNUAL ONE-MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL OF LATINO VOICES
TWO PERFORMANCES ONLY
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26th?& SUNDAY OCTOBER 27th
INCLUDING PLAYS BY JOSE RIVERA, CARIDAD SVICH, MIGDALIA CRUZ, KRISTOFFER DIAZ, RICHARD MONTOYA, CARLOS MURILLO & MORE!
The One-Minute Play Festival?(Dominic D?Andrea, Producing Artistic Director) and?INTAR?(Lou Moreno, Artistic Director; John McCormack, Executive Director)?continue their dynamic partnership with the?The 2nd?Annual?New York One-Minute Play Festival Of Latino Voices, with part of the proceeds to benefit INTAR?s emerging artist training program UNIT52.
The 2nd?Annual One-Minute Play Festival?of Latino Voice?will be presented on Saturday, October 26th and Sunday, October 27th at 8PM, at INTAR Theatre (500 West 52nd?Street, at Tenth Avenue). Tickets are?$20?and available for purchase at?www.intartheatre.org?or by calling 212/695-6134.
One-minute plays by over 30 established and emerging Latina/o playwrights were commissioned for this special event, prompted by OMPF?s unique playmaking process.??This year?s festival will feature works by?Jos? Rivera, Kristoffer Diaz, Migdalia Cruz, Caridad Svich, Juli?n Mesri, Matthew Paul Olmos, christopher oscar pe?a, Flor De Liz Perez, Carmen Rivera, Tatiana Suarez-Pico, Andrea Thome, C?ndido Tirado, Juan Franciso Villa, Maria Alexandria Beech, Ra?l Castillo, Julissa Contreras, Fernanda Coppel, Michael John Garc?s, Carlos Murillo, J. Julian Christopher, Alejandro Morales,?Matt Barbot,?Richard Montoya,?Peter Gil-Sheridan,?Marisela Trevi?o Orta, Percy Rodriguez,?Jerry Ruiz?,?Eddie Nelson Cardona Jr.,?Mando Alvarado,?Dacyl Aveco,?Virginia Grise,?and more,?directed by?Daniel Jaquez, Rebecca Martinez, Melissa Crespo,?Brisa Areli Mu?oz, Natalia Hernandez,?among others.
WHAT OF THE NIGHT??October 2013
UBU SEPTEMBER 2013
FISHING FOR ALASKA, August 2013
Teatro Luna, America?s ONLY Pan-Latina Theatre Company, returns to INTAR as they complete their National Tour and continue on to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with their new original performance?Luna Unlaced
Teatro Luna has broken free of Chicago for the summer to bring their groundbreaking work to New York City! Teatro Luna has been called ?Theatre that matters? by the New York Times and is America?s only Pan-Latina theatre company producing a full season of work. The Chicago Tribune says that Luna ?…wears its Latina cultural specificity with an ease that is both rich and fully American? and that they are ?hugely entertaining? by New City. This summer,
Teatro Luna has toured sixteen cities throughout Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington and New York in preparation for their first appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival next month!
With LUNA UNLACED, A New Performance, the ladies of Luna give you a chance to decide the show live from moment to moment! We?ve unpacked, unfettered and unlaced our entire canon of work to bring audiences the very best of Luna with our trademark humor that we use when telling our real stories. Using monologues, songs, improv, scenes and poetry, the Ladies of Luna delve into a whole slew of issues ranging from our sexuality, latinidad, adventures in immigrant story archives, unfortunate racist encounters we?ve lived through, and the sometimes self-induced drama that makes up our lives as Latinas in?the USA. ?Slightly campy, sometimes serious, always deployed with meticulous timing, professionalism and talent, Luna Unlaced is a show with staying power? says TheatreJones. The idea is simple: we?ve picked twenty of our favorite pieces from recent productions, and through a series of random draws, Twitter battles and latina trivia, the audience picks the twelve pieces they want to see. The show is different every night, and every night, the actors are as surprised by the outcome as the audience. Anything can happen with the Ladies of Luna!
This play are presented in English with a sprinkle of Spanish.
A play by Mariana Carre?o King, directed by Daniel J?quez
Oscar Cabrera (Victor): So thankful to INTAR for the amazing opportunities this theater has given me.
Jenniffer Diaz (Fortitude): Proud of this experience with Unit52, for more info visit: www.jennifferdiaz.com
GaBe MoRaLeS (Jordan): Actor/Stand Up Comedian www.twitter.com/moralesgabe www.facebook.com/gabe.morales2
Diomargy Nu?ez (Joy): ?Pies, para qu? los quiero. Si tengo alas para volar?”
Lily Padilla (Isabella): Lily Padilla is a writer, performer and producer. www.lilypadilla.com
Martina Potratz (Agnes): Thank you INTAR Theatre for the last 6 months! Everything else can be found here: www.martina-potratz.com
Yadira De La Riva (Grace): Yadira De La Riva is an actor, poet and playwright from El Paso, Texas grateful to have grown with the talented and wonderful folks of Unit52 at INTAR Theater 2013! www.yadiradelariva.com
Nathalie Rodrigues de Carvalho (Jess):Nathalie is a human being on planet Earth.
Irmaris Sanchez-Diaz (Maria): Who am I? … A LOUD but LOVABLE singer, actress, lighting designer, scenic artist… but more importantly a follower of Christ!
Daniela Thome (Patience): At times patient, and other times not, this true gemini feels grateful for her Unit 52 peeps. ?Gracias por todo y mucho amor!
Hara Zi (Stela): Hara Zi is a mover, dancer, performer, yogini, and strong chess player born in sunny Athens, Greece.
Aldo Uribe (Juan): Actor ? Texan ? Troublemaker WWW.YOSOYALDO.COM
PRODUCTION STAFF & CREW:
Director: DANIEL J?QUEZ Stage Manager: HANNAH M. ZUCKER Producer: NANCY RODRIGUEZ GOODFRIEND Lighting Designer: MIGUEL ANGEL VALDERRAMA, Sound Designer: MARIOS ARISTOPOULOS Fight Choreographer:DAVID ANZUELO Set Painting: IRMARIS SANCHEZ-DIAZ, JOSE SANCHEZ, OSCAR CABRERA, Interns: JUAN RAMIREZ, VIVIANA VARGAS
Special Thanks to Jos? Antonio Meli?n and Carlos Arce! UNIT 52 (CAST)
UNIT52, an acting company in training, was established and developed by Lou Moreno, Daniel J?quez, Gilbert Cruz, David Anzuelo, Maria Helan, Maggie Bofill, Gerardo Rodr?guez and Mariana Carre?o King.
Our purpose in starting UNIT52 was to share with emerging actors the talents of INTAR’s associate artists and other master teachers such as Stephen Adly Guirgis and Daniel Irizarri. We offered them a free training program that met once a week for 24 weeks. The program culminates with this NewWorks Lab presentation of a new play commissioned specifically for this group.
INTAR THEATRE PRESENTS
Exiled from Chile to the strange land of Reagan-era Wisconsin, two young sisters must create imaginary worlds to uncover the story of their family’s past. Traveling through fantasies of glaciers, talking bears and Nazi-fighting revolutionaries, Pinkolandia is a play about growing up ? because sometimes, when you lose your country, you have to invent your own.
1st?INTAR ROOTS & NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL?Novermber 2012
ONE MINUTE PLAY FESTIVAL October 2012
WATCH THE LIVE STREAM HERE
New York ? (October 7, 2012) In honor of their sixth year, The One-Minute Play Festival (OMPF) will present the first of six different events of a season-long investigation focusing on the diverse artistic community of New York City. OMPF and INTAR Theatre (Lou Moreno, Artistic Director; John McCormack, Executive Director) have created a dynamic partnership to present the first NY New York One-Minute Play Festival Of Latino Voices, one half of the proceeds from which will benefit INTAR Theatre?s community programming, fellowships, and artistic residency programming.
The NY One-Minute Play Festival of Latino Voice will take place Saturday, October 27th and Sunday, October 28th both at 8:00 p.m. at INTAR Theatre (500 West 52nd Street.) Space is extremely limited.
One-minute plays by nearly 30 of the most exciting established and emerging Latina/o playwrights were commissioned for this special event, prompted by OMPF?s unique playmaking process.
The festival will feature works by:
Jos? Rivera, Kristoffer Diaz, Migdalia Cruz, Caridad Svich, Mariana Carre?o King, Juli?n Mesri, Matthew Paul Olmos, Christopher oscar pe?a, Flor De Liz Perez, Carmen Rivera, KJ Sanchez, Tanya Saracho, Tatiana Suarez-Pico, Andrea Thome, C?ndido Tirado, Juan Franciso Villa, Ra?l Castillo, Julissa Contreras, Fernanda Coppel, Michael John Garc?s, Carmen Pelaez, Carlos Murillo, Jorge Ignacio Corti?as, J. Julian Christopher, Edwin Sanchez, Alejandro Morales, & Gloria Calder?n Kellett.
Directed By of Juli?n Mesri, Jorge Ignacio Corti?as, Jerry Ruiz, Melissa Crespo, Alex Correia, & Daniel Jaquez.
Music by: Marios Aristopoulos, Lightning design: Irmaris Sanchez-Diaz
The One-?Minute Play Festival (OMPF) is an NYC-??based theatre company, founded by producing artistic director Dominic D?Andrea. OMPF works in partnership with theatres sharing playwright or community-specific missions across the country. In each city, OMPF creates locally sourced playwright-focused community events, with the goal of promoting the spirit of radical inclusion by representing local cultures of playwrights of different age, gender, race, cultures, and points of career.
Minutemen and Day Laborers collide near a
mended fence on a street corner in Queens.
by Ed Cardona Jr.
Directed by Mariana Carre?o King
Stage manager-David Apichell
Assistant Stage Manager-Laura Gomez
Assistant Director-Jordana de la Cruz
Lighting-Maria CHristina Fust
Assistant to the designers-Irmaris Sanchez
Press representation-David Gersten and Associates