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 upcoming production of Yemaya's Belly. You will not only witness inspiring performances of this production but participate in reflective, stimulating conversations as well.

 

Youth Nights

Ticket Price includes Event and Dinner
*Limited Seating Capacity

Area youths from middle school ages to college students are given study guides and invited to join in group discussion before the play with dinner included. It becomes an evening of discovering the power of one, and avenues for community uplift.

Friday, March 3rd - Storytelling with guest speakers from Mosaic Family Services and the Human Rights Initiative

Thursday, March 9th – Storytelling with guest speakers from Mosaic Family Services and the Human Rights Initiative

Friday, March 17th – Storytelling with guest speakers from Mosaic Family Services and the Human Rights Initiative

Want to bring a group?
Group Rates Available: Box Office 214-516-0706
 


Community Forums

Free to the Public

 

The Trauma of Displacement, Immigration and Deportation

Saturday, March 18th at 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
A community conversation- free and open to the public. Personal stories and accounts on immigration, facilitated
by Harold Steward. Authentic experiences will be shared by participants from Mosaic Family Services, Inc. and the Human Rights initiative.

To attend, please RSVP to ernest@caramiatheatre.org

Dinner Included: Donated by Chipotle Mexican Café


Talk Backs

Ticket Price includes Event
 

Talk back with Philip Morales

Sunday, November 27th, directly following the performance

Join us in discovering more about the process of exploring the clown as Philip Morales, Editor in Chief of Mercado Bilingüe, interviews actors after the show.

 

Talk back After The Show

Thursday, March 16th, directly following the performance

A conversation with cast members after the performance of Yemaya’s Belly. Facilitated by Edyka Chilomé.


 

Community Conversations made possible in part by the Embrey Family Foundation.