American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE) is hosting its upcoming 35th annual (AATE) conference Arriba el Telón (Raise the Curtain), July 28-31. it will be at RI’s Convention Center.
Registration is still available! You can register by clicking here.
In the meantime, RISCA arts education team would like to highlight a free public event in conjuncture with the conference.
On Thursday, July 28, at 7 p.m. at the State House lawn, Rhode Island Latino Arts (RILA), in association with Trinity Repertory Company, will present a production of La Mancha, translated and adapted by Brown/Trinity Rep alum Marcel Mascaró as part of their “Teatro en El Verano (Theater in the Summer)” program.
This production is free and open to the public. Limited seating will be provided so attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs. This is a family friendly production.
About the show
Don Quixote loses himself inside his books, but desperately yearns for the adventure he reads in his stories of knighthood. To the dismay of his family, he sets off to make his imagination a reality with the help of his next-door neighbor, Sancho. Wrapped in tin foil with his loyal “squire” Sancho at his side, they go on a journey unlike any Don Quixote could have imagined. As the story unravels, families find themselves on the precipice of discovering something they thought they had lost long ago.
Please join us!