The logo for Don Quixote in white, over a digital brushstroke image of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza near windmills on the plains of La Mancha.TEATRO VISIÓN'S 2023 YOUTH PRODUCTION

Don Quixote

March 30 - April 2, 2023
at the Mexican Heritage Plaza Theater

adapted by Anne Ludlum and David Quicksall
based on Don Quijote de la Mancha, Parts I and II, by Miguel de Cervantes
directed by Rodrigo García

Don Quixote and Sancho Panza ride again! Here they are guided by their creator, Miguel de Cervantes, in person. In this "buddies on the road" saga, the intrepid Don Quixote and his loyal squire, Sancho Panza, are spurred on by Cervantes to battle giants—or are they windmills? Rescue princesses—or are they swineherds? Attack armies—or are they sheep? Their world, the vital, dangerous La Mancha region of 17th-century Spain, is peopled with fools and shysters, nobles and priests, merchants and actors. Idealistic Don Quixote and pragmatic Sancho Panza learn to deal with the unexpected and the inexplicable as they travel and quarrel through the arid plains of La Mancha. Their friendship deepens as their adventures grow more challenging and complex.



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Miss You Like Hell

January 19 - February 26, 2023
at City Lights Theater and the Mexican Heritage Plaza Theater

book and lyrics by Quiara Alegría Hudes
music by Erin McKeown
directed by Rodrigo García

When Beatriz shows up at her 16-year-old daughter Olivia’s house at 4 a.m. and invites her on an epic road trip, they haven’t seen each other in four years. But Beatriz is an undocumented immigrant about to be deported to Mexico, and time is running out. From Philadelphia to California, from estranged to reunited, Beatriz and Olivia take a transformative journey, meeting a diverse array of Americans with their own stories to tell. An important and intimate new musical rich with family, humor and heart.

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October 13-23, 2022
at the Mexican Heritage Plaza

Celebrate Día de los Muertos with Macario, a San José tradition from Teatro Visión that’s full of music and dance, spectacle and song!

Returning for the first time in three years, Macario is the classic story of a poor woodcutter who dreams of a day without hunger. When his wife makes that dream come true, he is given a healing power that could change his family and his community’s lives forever.

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Raíces: el libro de los caminos

July 7-17, 2022
at the Mexican Heritage Plaza

A world premiere from La Quinta Teatro and Teatro Visión! A brand new spectacle inspired in the tradition of street theater, and created with input from hundreds of community members, that explores migration as a boundless journey. A story told through movement, costume, props, and music, Raíces: el libro de los caminos will take audiences of all ages, languages, and cultures on a magical journey like no other.

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La Hora del Mitote

La Hora del Mitote is Teatro Visión's livestream series, where you can meet local artists, activists, and community members.



Three actors on stage in a performance of The Transition of Doodle PequeñoStudent Matinees

We are pleased to offer exclusive educational access for K-12 and college students to several of our recent past productions - Macario (2022), Raíces: el libro de los caminos (2022), Becoming (MAR) (2022), Macario (2019), Departera (2018), and La Muerte Baila (2017).

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Questions? Email us at [email protected] or call us at (408) 294-6621.
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