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Milagritos, A Play Based on Short Stories by Sandra Cisneros
 
Dates: December 1-15
Days of the Week Saturday,Friday,Thursday
Target Audience: General Audience
Time: 8:00pm
Phone: 214-717-5297
Email:
Event Website: http://www.caramiatheatre.org
Location: Latino Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak St.
Dallas, TX 75204
Ticket Price: $12-$30
Ticketing Phone: 214-717-5297
Event Details:
Cara Mía Theatre Co. will present Milagritos / little miracles beginning Saturday, Dec. 1 at 8 p.m. at the Latino Cultural Center, 2600 Live Oak St. in Dallas, Texas. The first play of the season, Milagritos / little miracles is based on short stories by Sandra Cisneros and adapted for the stage by Marisela Barrera, Cara Mía's former artist director from 1997-2002. Milagritos / little miracles continues through Dec. 15, 2012. Performances are Thursdays-Saturdays at 8 p.m. Tickets are $12-$30 and are available at caramiatheatre.org. Call 214-717-5297 or email info@caramiatheatre.com for more information. For opening night on Dec. 1, author Sandra Cisneros will be in attendance for a book signing and reception at 6 p.m. Play begins at 8 p.m. Opening night tickets, which include the signing and reception are $30. To celebrate Our Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the annual Mexican holiday, CMTC will host a party before its Dec.12 performance of Milagritos / little miracles at 6:30 p.m. The Latino Culinary Institute will provide food and drinks. Tickets for the party and performance are $20. In this Cara Mía Theatre Co. holiday classic, Sandra Cisneros' stories are woven together from the childhood memories of Chayo, a woman originally from South Texas living in a new city. Characters from her family and old neighborhood are brought to life as they offer prayers and pin milagritos to a statue of La Virgen de Guadalupe. By remembering her family, especially the women who came before her, Chayo discovers what La Virgen de Guadalupe signifies to her in this new stage of her life.

 


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