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The Cazateatro Story

Cazateatro was founded in August 2006 as “Cazateatro Independent Theatre Group”, under the direction of Giovana Lopez. Throughout 2009, the group was dormant due to a lack of participants. In 2010, with new members and a reenergized spirit, the group changed its story forever.

August of 2006

In 2006, Giovana Lopez, Founder, gathered a group of people interested in learning and doing theatre and she called the group Cazateatro Independent Theatre.

2009

In 2009, the group entered a stage of inactivity due to lack of participants.

2010

A new adventure begins! A group of women, animated with the same love for theatre join forces. Giovana Lopez, Sandra Figueroa, Laura Alba, Mirna Fernandez and Dorimar Ferrer start gathering weekly under the direction of Monica Sanchez. After evaluating names the group decides to identify the group by the name Cazateatro, but with a variant that would stress inclusiveness. Thus Cazateatro Bilingual Theatre Group.

April 2011

With a new name and a re-energized spirit, Cazateatro Bilingual Theatre Group begins preparations for its first production, “Ramon”, written by Sergio Belbel and directed by Monica Sanchez.

August of 2014

Cazateatro obtained status as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.

2015

Cazateatro applies to join Evergreen/TheatreWorks family of independent theatre companies and is accepted as a resident company.

AUGUST OF 2006

In 2006, Giovana Lopez, Founder, gathered a group of people interested in learning and doing theatre and she called the group Cazateatro Independent Theatre.


2009

In 2009, the group entered a stage of inactivity due to lack of participants.

2010

A new adventure begins! A group of women, animated with the same love for theatre join forces. Giovana Lopez, Sandra Figueroa, Laura Alba, Mirna Fernandez and Dorimar Ferrer start gathering weekly under the direction of Monica Sanchez. After evaluating names the group decides to identify the group by the name Cazateatro, but with a variant that would stress inclusiveness. Thus Cazateatro Bilingual Theatre Group.

April 2011

With a new name and a re-energized spirit, Cazateatro Bilingual Theatre Group begins preparations for its first production, “Ramon”, written by Sergio Belbel and directed by Monica Sanchez.

AUGUST OF 2014

Cazateatro obtained status as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.

2015

Cazateatro applies to join Evergreen/TheatreWorks family of independent theatre companies and is accepted as a resident company.

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