Hispanic/Latino/Latina/LatinX/Latine Vote

Cargando Eventos

« Todos los Eventos

Hispanic/Latino/Latina/LatinX/Latine Vote

Written By
Bernardo Cubría
Sept 5 - 22, 2024
An NNPN Rolling World Premiere | English

Adults - $30
Seniors - $26
Students - $22
*This performance is suitable for ages 16 and up

Run Time: 1h 30m with one 10m intermission

Special Events

Opening Night  |  Fri, Sept 6, 7:30pm
Followed by a post-show reception

Playwriting Workshop with Bernardo Cubría | Sat, Sept 7, 1pm-3pm
Admission: Free, limited seating

RSVP here!

Playwright and Actor Talkback |  Sun, Sept 8
Admission: Open for those attending the Sun, Sept 8th performance at 2pm

Panel Discussion with Community Leaders |  Sun, Sept 15, 4pm-5pm
Admission: Free, limited seating

RSVP here!

About the Play

University professor Paola Aguilar desperately needs money for—well, we’ll let her tell you. So when the political party offers her a substantial paycheck to help them understand the Hispanic/Latino/Latina/Latinx/Latine vote, she begrudgingly takes the job. Can she help these political strategists understand all of the nuances of her community to save the election? Or will her own journey ultimately be more important than who controls the White House?


is a Mexican playwright/screenwriter who lives in Los Angeles. He is the winner of the 2021 Smith Prize for Political Theatre. His play, The Play You Want won the 2020 BETC Generations Award and was also a finalist for the 2020 Ingenio Play Festival for Latinx Plays. His play The Giant Void in my Soul was nominated for Best Playwright at the 2018 Ovation Awards, Los Angeles Drama critics Circle Awards, and The Stage Raw Awards. His play Neighbors: A Fair Trade Agreement will be receiving it’s world premier at INTAR in NYC in the fall of 2017. It was a Semi-Finalist for the O’Neil in 2017. The Judgment of Fools has received three critically acclaimed production in NYC, LA, and Houston, TX. His play The Redhead is Coming was a part of F*ckfest at The Brick in NYC in 2015. He is a proud member of Ammo Theatre Company in LA.


The National New Play Network’s flagship initiative, the Rolling World Premiere (RWP) program, is shifting the new play paradigm of the one-and-one premiere to a diversified, traveling, multi-production premiere. The RWP program models a process for developing and producing new plays — one that results in stronger work overall and the momentum needed for a play to join the repertoire of frequently produced New American Works.

Each RWP supports three or more theaters that choose to mount the same new play within a 12-month period, allowing the playwright to develop a new work with multiple creative teams in multiple communities. The playwright is part of the process, working on the script and making adjustments based on what is learned from each production.

NNPN has contracted 80 RWPs in its 20 year history, with Milagro’s participation in five: Guapa by Caridad Svich, Into the Beautiful North by Karen Zacarias, The Mermaid Hour by David Valdes Greenwood, Jump by Charly Evon Simpson (co-production with Confrontation Theatre), and Wolf at the Door by Marisela Treviño Orta.


Correo electrónico
Ver la web del Organizador


El Centro Milagro
537 SE Stark Street
Portland, OR 97214 United States
+ Google Map
(503) 236-7253
Ver la web del Local