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Past Performances

October 2016 “Bajo Terapia” (In Therapy) Matías Del Federico
Midtown Arts Theater Center (MATCH)

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June & July 2016 "Lombrices" Pablo Albarello
(Pesto & Ragú Teatro Gourmet, Houston TX)

May 2016 “Bajo Terapia” (In Therapy) Matías Del Federico
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

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February 2016 "Lombrices" Pablo Albarello
(Macha Theatre, West Hollywood, CA)

September 2015 "Cocinando con Elisa" (Cooking with Elisa) Lucía Laragione
(Jones Hall, University of St Thomas)

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May 2015 Chúmbale” (Keep Barking!) Oscar Viale
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

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October 2014 “Almas Gemelas” (Soulmates) Eduardo Rovner
(Jones Hall, University of St. Thomas)

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May 2014 “La Nona” Roberto Cossa
(Rice University)

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September 2013 “Fuga” (Escape) Jordi Galcerán
(The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts)

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May 2013 “Fuga” (Escape) Jordi Galcerán
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

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September 2012 “Días contados" (On Borrowed Time) Oscar Martínez
(The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts)

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Photos by Andrea Civelli

February 2012 “Días contados" (On Borrowed Time) Oscar Martínez
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

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September 2011 “Made in Argentina" (Made in Lanús) Nelly Fernández Tiscornia
(Hobby Center for the Performing Arts)

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April & October 2010 - April 2011 "Lombrices" Pablo Albarello
(Jones Hall, University of St. Thomas)

September 2010 "Made in Lanús" Nelly Fernández Tiscornia
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)


Video part 1 - Video part 2 - Video part 3

2009 "El Desvarío" Jorge Díaz
Interpretive Reading in Multimedia
(Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston)

September 2008 "Cuando regreses a New York..." Carmen Pombero
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

January & March 2008 "Volvió una noche" Eduardo Rovner
(Haman Hall, Rice University & Talento Bilingüe de Houston)

September 2007 "Volvió una noche" Eduardo Rovner
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2007 "Penas sin importancia" Griselda Gambaro
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2006 "Penas sin importancia" Griselda Gambaro
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2006 "El día que me quieras" José Ignacio Cabrujas
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2005 "El día que me quieras" José Ignacio Cabrujas
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2005 "La señorita de Tacna" Mario Vargas Llosa
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2004 "La señorita de Tacna" Mario Vargas Llosa
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2004 "Venecia" Jorge Accame
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2003 "Venecia" Jorge Accame
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2002 "Password" Jorge Huertas
Reading
(Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston)

2002 "La muerte y la doncella" Ariel Dorfman
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2001 "Lejos de aquí" Roberto Cossa
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

2000 "Ardiente paciencia" Antonio Skarmeta
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

1999 "Salven al cómico" Marcelo Ramos
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

1998 "Ardiente paciencia" Antonio Skarmeta
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

1998 Café Concert "El delantal blanco" Sergio Vodanovic -
"Volvió una noche" Eduardo Rovner -
"Yepeto"Roberto Cossa

(King`s Dancing Center, Bellaire TX)

1997 "La calle de las cosas perdidas" Daniel Ruiz
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

1996 "La mantis religiosa" Alejandro Sieveking
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)

1995 "Tute Cabrero" Roberto Cossa
(Hamman Hall, Rice University)



Events & Media

Gente de Teatro joined Uniquely Houston partners at the Annual Scout Fair at the Reliant Center (April 14, 2012).

Gente de Teatro participated at the Chevron Argentina Living Museum, Houston International Festival (April 21, 22, 28 & 29, 2012).

Gente de Teatro collaborated with the Houston Grand Opera's production of "The Barber of Seville" (October 2011) by offering translation services to Joan Guillén, Set and Costume Designer (Barcelona, España).

Throughout the years, Gente de Teatro has been interviewed on the following radio and television programs: "The Front Row", Houston Public Radio KUHF 88.7FM and 91.7FM; “Living Art”, KPFT 90.1 FM, "Entérate: El Poder de la Información", KYST 920 AM, "Houston on the Move”, HCC TV, "Hola Houston", Fox 26; "TV Informa", Canal 43; Univision 45 Houston, Telemundo.

"The Front Row", Houston Public Radio 91.7 kuha.fm Classical, interview conducted by Bob Stevenson, 04/30/2013, “Fuga" (Escape)
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"The Front Row", Houston Public Radio 91.7 kuha.fm Classical, interview conducted by Bob Stevenson, September 2011, “Made in Argentina” (Made in Lanús)
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Article from Semana News: "Ni de aquí ni de allá" (Made in Lanús) - View PDF

"The Front Row", Houston Public Radio KUHF 88.7, interview conducted by Bob Stevenson, September 2007 (“Volvió una Noche”)
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Gente de Teatro was invited by the Houston Rockets to participate in Hispanic Culture Night, presented by Polaroid in the Toyota Center (2005). Gente de Teatro also participates every year in the Hispanic Book Festival of Houston (2006-2011).

Community Service. "Volvió una noche" was performed at no charge for the community affected by Hurricane Ike (2008).

The writer Eduardo Rovner visits Gente de Teatro. Gente de Teatro had the pleasure of meeting the famous Argentine playwright Eduardo Rovner, who attended Gente de Teatro’s performances of his play "Volvió una noche" and took questions from the audience. (December 2007)