This book tells the story of Su Teatro, beginning with its founding in 1971, and includes selected plays by Anthony J. Garcia who is also Artistic Director of El Centro Su Teatro.
Plays include: "Serafin: Cantos y Lagrimas", "Little Hands Hold the Wind", "The Day Ricardo Falcon Died", "An Obsidian Rain", and "Ludlow; El Grito de las Minas".
From the cover:
Anthony J. Garcia is the Artistic Director at El Centro Su Teatro [in Denver]. He is the author of numerous play and short stories which include "La Carpa Aztlan presents: I Don't Speak English Only", "El Corrido del Barrio", and "Tavio Lucero". He is a former Theater Communications Group / National Endowment for the Arts Director Fellow, and a Colorado Council of the Arts Recognition Award recipient. The short story version of "The Day Ricardo Falcon Died" is included in the Tumblewords Anthology, University of Nevada Press.
Su Teatro was founded in 1971, and is the third oldest Chicano theater company. The company has toured extensively throughout the U.S. and Mexico, and in collaboration with Mr. Garcia has contributed to the Chicano theater movement, many originally developed and produced plays, many of which are included in this anthology.