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CORRIDO CALAVERA
DÍA DE MUERTOS World Premiere
An original, bilingual celebration of the Day of the Dead
Conceived & directed by Lakin Valdez
October 17 - November 10, 2013


Each year the dead are commemorated in the oldest celebration of the Day of the Dead in Portland. This year’s show directed by Lakin Valdez of the legendary Teatro Campesino, will delight in the style of the classic obra calavera. Broad physical language, musicality, raunchy humor and bitter irony such as one might encounter during the Day of the Dead in Mexico, interweaves with a modern twist!  Join the muertitos as they wake up in a new reality and learn to let go of the crazy dreams of life!

THURSDAY
7:30PM
FRIDAY
8PM
SATURDAY
8PM
SUNDAY
2PM
Oct 17
Adv: $15
Door: $19
Oct 18
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Oct 19
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Oct 20
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Oct 24
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Oct 25
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Oct 26
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Oct 27
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Oct 31
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Nov 1
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Nov 2
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Nov 3
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Nov 7
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Nov 8
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Nov 9
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Nov 10
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26

 

 

 

 

 

BILINGUAL • Ages 6+ • Spanish/ESL, Folk healing traditions, Day of the Dead, Mexican traditions


CUÉNTAME COYOTE
Milagro’s bilingual national touring production
Written & directed by Dañel Malán
January 9 – 25, 2014


Leading hopeful innocents across treacherous lands, the coyote’s journey kicks up the dust of dried bones scorched from the sun.  The wind cries with the corridos of lost souls singing of Santa Muerte and the unbelievable trek of the thousands who have marched before them in search of the unattainable. The local ‘coyote’ makes promises for a price, but are their glorious dreams worth the reality that awaits them cruzando la frontera?

THURSDAY
7:30PM
FRIDAY
8PM
SATURDAY
8PM
SUNDAY
2PM
Jan 9
Adv: $15
Door: $119
Jan 10
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Jan 11
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Jan 12
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Jan 16
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Jan 17
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Jan 18
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Jan 19
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Jan 23
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Jan 24
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26
Jan 25
Adv: $17/$21
Door: $21/$26

Bilingual, Ages 12+ • Immigration, Drama/Playwriting, U.S./Mexico Politics

 


ARDIENTE PACIENCIA
A lyrical drama
Written by Antonio Skármeta

Directed by Olga Sanchez
February 13 - March 8, 2014
Presented in Spanish with English supertitles

In the small paradise town of Isla Negra on the Chilean coast, renowned poet laureate Pablo Neruda teaches Mario, a young lovesick postman, how to woo and win beautiful Beatriz with passionate poetry.  This charming story of friendship and romance is set amid the turbulent political environment of Chile in the 70's, and the rise of Pinochet’s military regime that changed history.

THURSDAY
7:30PM
FRIDAY
8PM
SATURDAY
8PM
SUNDAY
2PM
Feb 13
Adv: $15
Door: $19
Feb 14
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Feb 15
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Feb 16
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Feb 20
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Feb 21
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Feb 22
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Feb 23
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $21/$26
Feb 27
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Feb 28
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Mar 1
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Mar 2
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Mar 6
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Mar 7
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
Mar 8
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26

SPANISH • AGES 12+ • Spanish/ESL, Poetry, Chile modern history, Drama/Playwriting

 


LEARN TO BE LATINA
An outrageous satire

Written by Enrique Urueta

Directed by Antonio Sonera
May 1 – 31, 2014

Hanan, a Lebanese-American, was born to be a star. She is talented, beautiful and full of determination. In the increasingly competitive music industry, she knows that sacrifices must be made in order to achieve her goals.  When the record executives demand she abandon her identity, Hanan accepts the challenge and takes us all on the wildest ride imaginable!  This play, skewering everything from pop culture to cultural identity, has won several awards including the first national Great Gay Play Contest!

THURSDAY
7:30PM
FRIDAY
8PM
SATURDAY
8PM
SUNDAY
2PM
May 1
Adv: $15
Door: $19
May 2
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 3
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 4
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 8
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 9
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 10
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 11
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 15
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 16
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 17
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 18
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 22
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 23
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 24
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 25
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 29
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 30
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26
May 31
Adv: $17/$22
Door: $22/$26

English• AGES 16+ • Music, Latino Culture, Comedy/Playwriting

Miracle Theatre Group offers a significant discount when purchasing tickets in advance; the earlier you purchase your seats, the better pricing and seat locations you’ll receive. Prices may increase as tickets become scarcer.  Miracle also offers discounts based on the day of the week as well as for students and senior citizens. The most economical option, however is to purchase season tickets, whether a subscription with specific dates or a FlexPass that you can use as you go. Season tickets also come with a number of perks, including special offers, invitations and preferred seating.

Tickets can be purchased by check, cash, or credit card; a modest handling fee is assessed for all advance purchases. All sales are final, however reservations may be canceled up to 24 hours prior to the event. We will re-schedule your attendance for the current play or, if that's not possible, provide you with a gift certificate of equal value for an upcoming production.

In person: Our Box Office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday at Miracle's administrative offices located at 425 SE 6th Ave., as well as one hour prior to each performance in the lobby of the theatre at 525 SE Stark St.

By phone: Tickets may also be purchased by calling 503-236-7253 or, on weekends when our offices are closed, you may also purchase tickets through the PDX Ticket Network by calling 503-205-0715.

Online: Tickets may be purchased any time online from our Web site.

All Portland performances are at the Milagro Theatre 525 SE Stark St., Portland.

The Milagro Theatre is intimate, air conditioned, and every seat is a great seat! Seating is assigned; unless you have a specific request for seating, we will select the best seats available at the time of reservation. Because of the intimacy of the Milagro Theatre, there is no late seating, and no children under 5 can be admitted except for specific family events.


Group Rates vary by production and performance. Please contact the Miracle at 503-236-7253 for assitance and purchase.
All group purchases must be paid in advance or guaranteed by a credit card or school purchase order.
No refunds or exchanges are made should members of the group fail to attend the performance


“Arts for All” Ticket Program

Miracle Theatre Group is pleased to participate in Portland’s “Arts for All” discounted ticket program. Individuals presenting Oregon Trail Cards may purchase a minimum of 2, up to a maximum of 4 tickets per card holder to any of the five productions described at left for only $5 per ticket. “Arts for All” program tickets must be purchased with cash or check in person with an Oregon Trail Card from our box office at 425 SE Sixth Ave., weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or from the box office in the lobby of the theatre one hour prior to each performance. Discounted tickets are subject to availability; there are no refunds or exchanges. This discount is not valid for the closing week of performances of each production, and is not available for our “La Luna Nueva” festival events.  Questions? Call 503-236-7253 ext. 113.


What our patrons say about the Miracle

“Authentic, intimate theatre.”

“Daring and original productions.”

“I love that I am inspired to laugh and at the same time I walk away with plenty of food for thought.”

“Milagro is where the Latino experience comes alive!” “You feel back at home in Latin America.”

“I enjoy the culture, the language, the creativity of the plays, and the warmth and enthusiasm of the actors and audiences alike.”

“A colorful, lively, welcoming place where I feel I am given a special gift every time I come.”

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Miracle Theatre Group