Tag Archive for: twenty50

Frankie J. Alvarez, Tania Verafield, and Valentina Guerra_Photo by Adams VisCom

Giving voice to Colorado’s growing Latino community

Last winter, playwright Tony Meneses asked our community to consider identity. More specifically, he asked our Latino community to consider its identity, its place in society and — most importantly — its responsibility in shaping the future of community.

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Imagine the world in 2050: What will society look like?

We asked the playwright, director and cast of the world-premiere play ‘twenty50’ to imagine what American society will be like in the year 2050. Video by DCPA Video Producer David Lenk. DCPA community boards reveal both hope and fear for the future During the 2019 Colorado New Play Summit, Patrick Berger, the DCPA’s Audience Development […]

‘twenty50’: What’s the cultural cost of taking a slice from America’s power pie?

Near-future world-premiere play considers the consequences of assimilation Playwright Tony Meneses was intrigued when he came across a Pew Research Center study that predicted 2050 will be the year the U.S. population will no longer have a white majority. That, in itself, could make for a compelling “near-future” pot-boiler. Imagine: What will white people do […]

Meghan Anderson Doyle's renderings for the character of Sebastian in 'twenty50.'

How might fashion change by the year 2050?

Time waits for no man, but twenty50 costume designer believes some fashion truths are timeless

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2020 Colorado New Play Summit plays and playwrights announced

Playwrights span Presidential Medal of Freedom winner, Colorado Springs native and ‘the definitive voice of Middle Eastern American theatre’

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Deeper dive: A closer look at ‘twenty50’

An immigrant’s election decision speaks to issues that are being urgently debated in this country right now