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Supporting dance unique to the US-Mexico borderlands experience

Our Projects

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A series of dances embodying the oral traditions of Mexican American, Hispanic, and Chicano communities in the American Southwest. 

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Supporting  Arizona-based dance artists and performers while introducing their work to new audiences.


Building and creating a community between U.S.-based dance artists and dance artists from Latin America.


Stories From Home
Southwest Tour Updates

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Stories from Home, presented by Su Teatro Cultural & Performing Arts Center, in Denver, CO, is set to grace the stage at Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Theatre, promising an evening of captivating storytelling through the language of dance.

Date: April 19th & 20th

Venue: Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, 119 Park Ave W, Denver, CO 80205

For tickets and more information, please visit

Su Teatro Cultural & Performing Arts website.

Taos Center for the Arts and Wildflower Playhouse host Stories from Home with a series of workshops and performances. Don't miss this unique opportunity to engage with the community, support the arts, and experience the power of storytelling through dance.
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Events & Classes Schedule

  • Wednesday, April 10

    • 4:15 - 6:15 pm: Embrace the Modern Dance Technique in a Master Dance Class designed for dancers of all levels. A $10 suggested donation.

    • 6:30 - 8:00 pm: Join our Writing Workshop titled “Stories from Home,” where participants can explore and share their own narratives. A $10 suggested donation.

  • Thursday, April 11

    • 4:30 - 7:00 pm: Dive deeper with our Dance & Choreography Workshop, a hands-on experience in crafting movement that tells stories. A $10 suggested donation.

  • Friday, April 12 @ Taos High School | FREE

    • 12:00 - 1:00 pm: A Writing Workshop that opens the floor to more personal storytelling.

    • 1:00 - 2:00 pm: Experience the Modern Dance Movement & Technique class, welcoming all to the world of dance.

    • 2:00 - 3:00 pm: Participate in a Choreography rehearsal & run-through, polishing the pieces for the evening's performance.

  • Friday, April 12 @ Wildflower Playhouse

    • 7:00 pm PERFORMANCE: The highlight of the event, Montoya’s “Stories from Home,” brings to the stage the embodied memories and stories of Northern New Mexico. Tickets: $20 Adults, $5 Youth 18 & under.

  • Sunday, April 21 @ Taos Center for the Arts 

    • 6:00 - 8:00pm

    • Location: Taos Center for the Arts 145 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos, NM US

    • Tickets / Registration: $15 Suggested, Sliding Scale $10-$25, $20 Family Ticket for Parents/ Guardians and children 18 and under.

Are you interested in learning more about the dancers and artists behind

Stories from Home

Join us on Spotify for an exclusive preview of the new Process in Place special edition podcast series featuring interviews with the Stories from Home artistic team. Listen as Delia Ibañez interviews Stories from Home dancers and designers asking them thought provoking questions about their own meanings of home and ancestry. 

This podcast is a collaboration with Process in Place by Delia Ibañez. Follow Process in Place and Safos Dance on Instagram for announcements on future podcast guests. 

Safos Dance Theatre

is a small non-profit dance company founded in Tucson, AZ in 2009. We collaborate with other Latino serving and AZ-based organizations to offer programs that fulfill our mission. 

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