Boundless Theatre

María-Cristina Fusté (Artistic Director), Mud cast: Nelson Avidon, Julian Elijah Martinez,
Nicole Villamil, Alannah O’Hara (Stage Manager), Elena Araoz (Director).

Student group from Hostos Community College with the cast of The Conduct of Life. September 2018.

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Boundless Exposed 2020

Boundless Exposed, our annual workshop and mentorship opportunity for emerging designers of color, is almost here! Each year, Exposed links early-career participants with talented peers and established mentors to create an original installation design. Exposed participants experiment, create and explore together to build a unique design experience for their audience.

This year's Boundless Exposed participants face a unique challenge: how to create and construct an original installation design without being in the same space? What does theatre design look like when the design team members are social distancing in different spaces, different states, and even different countries? We have attempted to answer this question throughout our process. Our four designers have been creating work, conducting experiments, and generating ideas in four locations. For the final showcase, their separate creations, as designed, will be implemented together in a fifth space.

This showcase will be streamed live on June 10th at 7PM! Audience members will be able to see the original design, as well as an actor reading the new piece “I Dream of Hornets,” written by Mariana Carreño as part of this design project. The performance will be followed by a Q&A with the designers and mentors. Register for the Zoom webinar here!

El Barrio Raíces Goes Virtual

El Barrio Raíces, Boundless Theatre’s popular children’s summer program, will return this year over Zoom! Children aged 9 to 12 will have the opportunity to learn about acting, dance, singing, costume design and set design, all while interacting virtually with friends old and new. All classes will be facilitated by our bilingual team of teaching artists with experience in the NYC theatre scene, as well as invited artists from abroad.

As usual, El Barrio Raíces will be offered free-of-charge, and any child from the five boroughs of NYC is welcome to attend. Each participant will receive a box by mail containing all materials needed for the program. Children will need a device with internet connection in order to participate. The program will take place Monday through Friday, 10AM - 12PM from July 6th to July 24th. Participants in El Barrio Raíces will also have the opportunity to perform in a final showcase on July 24th at 6PM. This showcase will be presented virtually on Zoom for friends and family to enjoy.

El Barrio Raíces is offered in collaboration with The Hispanic Federation and Producciones el Barrío. Capacity is limited! Registration ends on June 25th. For more information, or to register your child for the program, please email us at

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Tierra del Fuego by Mario Diament. María Fontanals and Mirko Faienza