La Carpa Aztlán Presents: I Don’t Speak English Only in response to English-only legislation and police brutality in the early 1990s, and portrays with savage wit a world where any representation of diversity has been criminalized and forced underground. The impending expiration of DACA, an interminable series of executive orders regarding U.S. immigration, and tepid FEMA hurricane-relief efforts in Puerto Rico are just a few recent reminders that diversity is still under attack, so join the fight by supporting this timeless, and very funny, celebration of our differences. The show runs through Saturday, October 28, at Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center, 721 Santa Fe Drive; see the schedule and get tickets, $17 to $20, at suteatro.org.
Su Teatro opens its season at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 12, with a 23-year-old play that is as disturbingly relevant today as it was when it premiered in 1994. Director Anthony Garcia created