Get more out of your trip to the theater!

Cara Mia Theatre Co. proudly offers opportunities for enriching your personal experience at the theater for our current production of Yana Wana's Legend of the Bluebonnet and upcoming world premiere of Where Earth Meets the Sky. You will not only witness inspiring performances of this production but participate in reflective, stimulating conversations as well.


Special event!

Free to the Public

To RSVP, please email Ernest@caramiatheatre.org or call 214-516-0706.

 

Our Stories

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Cara Mía Theatre Co. presents “Our Stories: Bridging Communities and Building Trust through Storytelling”, written and performed by Dallasites from different parts of the city. Under the direction of renowned storytellers Dr. Njoki McElroy and Jiaan Powers, this diverse group will take their true-life stories and perform at different locations throughout Dallas. “Our Stories” will be a moving and inspiring experience of the power of storytelling and its ability to bring diverse people together. As an audience member, you will have the opportunity to witness this one-of-a-kind performance and share their thoughts and find out how to join a storytelling community in your neighborhood!

Suitable for ages 15 and up.

All performances are free to the public.

To RSVP, please email Ernest@caramiatheatre.org or call 214-516-0706.

Performances dates and locations:
• Saturday, May 26 – Wesley Rankin Community Center, 3100 Crossman Ave 75212 
• Saturday, June 2 –
Owenwood Farm and Neighbor Space, 1451 John West Rd, Dallas, TX 75228 
• Saturday, June 9 – Latino Cultural Center, 2600 Live Oak Street 75204
• Saturday, June 16 – Oak Cliff Cultural Center, 233 West Jefferson Ave. 75208
• Saturday, June 23 – Pan African Connections 4466 South Marsalis Ave, 75216 
• Saturday, June 30, Grauwyler Library, 2146 Gilford St, Dallas, TX 75235 

All Performances are at 2:30 PM.


“Our Stories” is funded in part by the Mid-America Arts Alliance and theCity of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs. “Our Stories” is part of Cara Mía Theatre’s Community Action series funded in part by the Embrey Family Foundation and the Communities Foundation of Texas.

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Artwork by Ace Anderson and the The Striped Heart.

 
 

Community Conversations made possible in part by the Embrey Family Foundation and the Communities Foundation of Texas.

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