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Playwright Eduardo Machado, Robert Jimenez, Liam Torres, director Molly Smith, Heathe Photo

Playwright Eduardo Machado, Robert Jimenez, Liam Torres, director Molly Smith, Heather Velazquez and Marian Licha

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01/28/2020
Marian Licha, director Molly Smith and Heather Velazquez Photo

Marian Licha, director Molly Smith and Heather Velazquez

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01/28/2020
Robert Jimenez and Marian Licha Photo

Robert Jimenez and Marian Licha

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01/28/2020
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08/28/2019
Marian Licha (Sister Sonia), Gabriela Fernandez-Coffey (Fabiola Castillo), Karen Zaca Photo

Marian Licha (Sister Sonia), Gabriela Fernandez-Coffey (Fabiola Castillo), Karen Zacarias (playwright), Elia Saldana (Victoria Maria del Rio), Rayanne Gonzales (Hortensia del Rio) and Esperanza America (Pilar Esperanza Castillo)

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Tickets Now On Sale for Live Simulcasts of CELIA AND FIDEL at Arena Stage Photo Tickets Now On Sale for Live Simulcasts of CELIA AND FIDEL at Arena Stage
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 4, 2021

 Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater has announced that tickets are now on sale for live simulcasts of Eduardo Machado's Celia and Fidel. For select performances from November 10 through 21, 2021, patrons can watch the livestream. 

BWW Review: CELIA AND FIDEL at Arena Stage Photo BWW Review: CELIA AND FIDEL at Arena Stage
by Hannah Wing - Oct 16, 2021

Arena Stage’s production of Celia and Fidel, directed by Molly Smith, is a fast-paced drama set within Cuban politics during Castro’s dictatorship. 

Original Cast and Creative Team Return For CELIA AND FIDEL at Arena Stage Photo Original Cast and Creative Team Return For CELIA AND FIDEL at Arena Stage
by Stephi Wild - Sep 15, 2021

As Fidel Castro ponders on how to move his country forward, his political partner, Celia S√°nchez, is never far from his side. Imbued with magical realism, Celia and Fidel is the dynamic story of radical change in Cuba featuring the country's most notorious political figure and Cuba's most influential female revolutionary.

BWW Review:  Arena Stage's CELIA AND FIDEL An Emotionally Taut, Gripping Piece of Rev Photo BWW Review: Arena Stage's CELIA AND FIDEL An Emotionally Taut, Gripping Piece of Revolutionary History
by Andrew White - Mar 16, 2020

Eduardo Machado's Celia and Fidel, set at the beginning of the Mariel Boatlift crisis in 1980, explores the bravado, self-delusion, frustration and paranoia that were the hallmarks of Fidel Castro's rule over Cuba. Director Molly Smith has worked her cast into a taut, suspenseful emotional pitch, with nuances galore to enjoy and contemplate.

Photo Flash: Meet the Cast of CELIA AND FIDEL at Arena Stage Photo Photo Flash: Meet the Cast of CELIA AND FIDEL at Arena Stage
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 28, 2020

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater presents the world premiere of Eduardo Machado's (Havana Is Waiting, The Cook) Celia and Fidel. It's 1980 and Cuba is dealing with a failing economy. As Fidel Castro ponders on how to move his country forward, his political partner, Celia Sánchez, is never far from his side. Imbued with magical realism, Celia and Fidel is the dynamic story of radical change in Cuba featuring the country's most notorious political figure and Cuba's most influential female revolutionary. Directed by Molly Smith, Celia and Fidel runs February 28 through April 12, 2020 in the Arlene and Robert Kogod Cradle.

Robert M. Jimenez, Marian Licha and More Will Star in the World Premiere of CELIA AND Photo Robert M. Jimenez, Marian Licha and More Will Star in the World Premiere of CELIA AND FIDEL at Arena Stage
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 14, 2020

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater has announced the full company for the world premiere of Eduardo Machado's (Havana Is Waiting, The Cook) Celia and Fidel.

TEATRX Adds Lin Manuel Miranda Musical and Vannessa Vasquez Film To 2019 Festival Photo TEATRX Adds Lin Manuel Miranda Musical and Vannessa Vasquez Film To 2019 Festival
by Stephi Wild - Oct 16, 2019

TEATRX is bringing back La Vida Es Cortos / Life Is Shorts Festival for its second year! The festival will continue to bring Latinx stories to the stage and screen in new and exciting ways. This year's lineup includes the short musical 21 Chump Street by Hamilton star Lin Manuel Miranda, and a short film by native Houstonian Vannessa Vasquez of Hulu's East Los High.

Photo Flash: Arena Stage 2019-2020 Season Preview Photo Photo Flash: Arena Stage 2019-2020 Season Preview
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 28, 2019

Arena Stage Artistic Director Molly Smith and Executive Producer Edgar Dobie announce the 2019/20 lineup for the company's 70th season. The season reflects Arena Stage's commitment to championing diverse voices. Arena is committed to leading the way in gender equity and racial diversity by reflecting those values both on and off the stage. This season over half of our playwrights and directors are represented as women and people of color. The 70th anniversary also celebrates Arena's vision to produce new work with three world premieres, including the seventh Power Play, a decade-long initiative focused on stories of politics and power from 1776 to present day. As part of Arena's mission to serve artists on a national, regional and local scale, three exciting collaborations will take place with the Dallas Theater Center, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and American Conservatory Theater. 

Edward Gero, Tazewell Thompson and More Join Cast And Creative Updates For Arena Stag Photo Edward Gero, Tazewell Thompson and More Join Cast And Creative Updates For Arena Stage's 2019/20 Season
by Julie Musbach - Jul 18, 2019

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater announces select cast members for upcoming productions as part of the company's 2019/20 Season in advance of single tickets going on sale July 30, 2019.

Six Playmakers Selected for 2017 Playwrights' Arena at Arena Stage
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2016

Six D.C.-area playmakers have been selected to participate in the third installment of Playwrights' Arena, a year-long program that invites a small group of local theater makers to investigate their artistic process and develop their dramaturgical practice. The program is co-facilitated by Arena Stage Deputy Artistic Director Seema Sueko and Dramaturg Jocelyn Clarke, and participants convene once per month at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater.