The Boy Who Would Be King

Presented by the Umbrella Children's Theatre (UCT)

Saturday and Sunday, April 13-21, 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

$15 for adults, $5 for kids (no one turned away for lack of funds)

Buy tickets online or call 505-424-1601 for reservations (pay at door)

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Flamenco Fiesta 2024: Guitar and Tree

Presented by Compañía Chuscales & Mina Fajardo

Thursday, May 23 at 7:00 p.m. ; Saturday, May 25 at 2:00 P.M. and 7:00 p.m. , Sunday, May 26 at 2:00 p.m. (no performance Friday, May 24)

 $28 general admission, $25 seniors and students

Buy tickets online here or call 505-424-1601 for reservations (pay at door)

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Mariana Pineda

Federico Garcia Lorca's second play, performed in English

Based on the true story of Mariana de Pineda y Muñoz, who was executed on May 26, 1831 for having sewn a flag for the opposition against the tyrannical rule of King Ferdinand VII. The play is performed in English, using Gwynne Edwards' translation. 

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United in Blood / Unidos en la Sangre

The Revolutionary Music and Poetry of Chile / Música y poesía revolucionarias de Chile

A fully staged performance celebrating the artistic, social and political vision of four of Chile’s most beloved musicians and poets. Performed in the original Spanish, with English translations. / Una representación escénica que celebra la visión artística, social y política de cuatro de los músicos y poetas más queridos de Chile. Presentdo en el español original, con traducciones al inglés.

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Cat's Pajamas

 A play by Albuquerque playwright Vicki Meagher and directed by Talia Pura

In a devastating instant in Taos, New Mexico, the lives of two emotionally challenged people intersect. The two attempt to connect with each other, crossing through a minefield of issues including disability, isolation, homelessness, abandonment, suicide, the haunting memory of a mass shooting, and survivor guilt...

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Black Range Trilogy

3 one-act plays by Santa Fe poet/playwright John Macker

A searing portrait of a struggling New Mexico family on the wrong side of the law, directed by Noah G. Simpson and Argos MacCallum.

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Paja and The Peanuts and The Picky Princesses

Adapted by Rebecca Morgan from the original prize-winning story “The Princess and the Peanut”

Presented by the Umbrella Children's Theatre, Paja and The Peanuts and The Picky Princesses is a good, old fashioned fairy tale about a happy kingdom full of happy people with just one problem…The Queen Vereen must decide who is heir to the throne...

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A Musical Piñata for Christmas XI

A Community Cerebration for the Holidays

Featuring music by the Teatro Paraguas Orchestra, flamenco by Compañía Chuscales y Mina Fajardo and Ballet Folclórico de mi Pueblo, a holiday play titled "A Christmas Carol on Airport Road," and of course the traditional breaking of the piñata with Santa Clos! Plus much more. 

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The Butler Didn’t Do It!

A Comic ‘Who Done It’ Mystery presented by the Umbrella Children's Theatre

Featuring original song, music and dance, and adapted by Katie Thomas, edited by JoJo Sena-Tarnoff and Rebecca Morgan, with original music by Mélange.  

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🎉We're turned 20 on April 4th!🎂 

We are so thrilled to be turning 20 years old! Help us celebrate this huge milestone by contributing a gift, ensuring our journey continues for another 20 years. Teatro Paraguas relies on the generosity of the public to fulfill our mission of presenting quality, bilingual Hispanic and Latinx theatre and poetry in Santa Fe and the surrounding areas. 

Check out some pictures from our past 20 years of theatre:

Teatro Paraguas thanks the following for their fabulous support!

The Santa Fe Community Foundation 
New Mexico Arts, a division of the the Department of Cultural Affairs 
The National Endowment for the Arts

And Our Fabulous Contributors and Supporters!