In addition to our main stage productions, we are involved in several community projects.

Here are some of them:

Multicultural Playwrights Festival, Represent!

Every year, eSe Teatro participates in Represent!, a Multicultural Playwrights Festival presented by eSe and three other Seattle theater companies, the Hansberry Project, SIS Production and Pratidhwani. Since 2011, Represent! has been bringing workshops and staged readings of new plays by playwrights of color from artistic communities represented by the producing companies.

2018’s Festival:

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute

104 17th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

Time: all performances at 7:30PM
Each performance ticketed separately
$9 online | $10 at the door | All Festival Pass – $25

Schedule of Events

Sun 11/04 – Local Playwrights Showcase

eSe Teatro will be presenting two shorts:

  • “Chords,” by Cristian López. Directed by Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth. Featuring Andy Brumlow as Joshua, Meg Emine Savlov as Margaret, and Carl Sander as Cello

Sometimes the ones you love the most are the hardest to talk to. Through a set of unexpected characters, “Chords” explores tough family relationships and how people can navigate the waters of their peculiar communications styles.

  • “Rosas,” a solo piece written and directed by Rose Cano.

Across centuries, generations and continents, five women are connected by their first name, Rosa. From St. Rosa of Lima, in 1586, to Rosa Parks in the sixties, a common thread is woven around a little girl.


Past Years

2017 PLUMAS NEGRAS, by Juliet Carrillo – Directed by Olga Sánchez

Dialogues On Dignity

More coming soon!