"Zoot Suit," a play written and directed by El Teatro Campesino founder, Luis Valdez, has returned to the Mark Taper Forum, the stage where it debuted in 1978. The 2017 rendition includes elements of the past and present.
San Juan Bautista resident and El Teatro Campesino founder, Luis Valdez, was honored on Thursday morning by President Obama in a White House ceremony recognizing recipients of the 2015 National Medal of Arts.
On Sept. 10, The Western Stage in Salinas will debut its rendition of Luis Valdez's play, "Bandido!: The American Melodrama of Tiburcio Vásquez, Notorious California Bandit.” The production runs through Oct. 1
In September1975, free elections altered California's agricultural landscape. On Sunday, April 3, the National Steinbeck Center will host the unveiling of "Democracy in the Fields," a project dedicated to this momentous event and the lives it transformed
El Teatro Campesino was established in 1965 during the Delano Grape Strike. Fifty years later, its founder, Luis Valdez, continues creating thought-provoking productions and nurturing talent from the theater company's playhouse in San Juan Bautista