Dia Y Noche

Archived Show


Produced by:
LAByrinth Theater Company
March 07 - March 07, 2022
Run Time:
1 Hour, 30 Minutes
Showing in Theater

Show Info

Welcome to LAByrinth’s 22nd annual Barn Series! The renowned free reading series is a festival of new plays, and a critical and exciting step in LAB’s development of new work.  Many of LAByrinth’s world premieres have come from the Barn, giving audiences a sneak peak into the artistic process, and a chance to see plays before they’re the next hot ticket.  

This reading series will be performed in-person. 

Dia Y Noche
Written by David Anzuelo
Thursday, April 7th at 7pm
Danny is a lower middle-class Chicano punk-rock kid covered in bruises who thinks he might be an artist. Martin is a Black upper-middle class band nerd kid who is gay and in the closet. Racism, sex, drugs, and music provide the harsh terrain of 1984 border city life in El Paso as these two youngsters attempt to make the leap towards adulthood.

David Anzuelo
Plays include: MinotuarRomance; Queen Latina & the Power Posse vs The Evils Of SocietyEstrellita/Luminaria; Camino/Montana; Killing/Play (published Caffe Cino Magazine Issue #2). He’s also written for the One-Minute Play festival at Intar and the 24 Hour Viral Monologues.  Theater acting: Halfway Bitches Go Straight To Heaven (Labyrinth/Atlantic); Intimacy (New Group). Fishmen (Intar). Mother Road (Arena); Oedipus El Rey (Woolly Mammoth). Film/TV acting: A NY Christmas Wedding; A Walk Among The Tombstones; SuccessionThe Americans; DeadbeatElementary; White Collar; Blue Bloods; Person Of Interest. David is a member of Labyrinth Theater Company, The Convening playwrights group and is the founder of UnkleDave’s Fight-House.


Producing Company

LAByrinth Theater Company

LAByrinth Theater Company, founded in 1992 as The Latino Actors Base, was created to reflect a world where color is the norm and not the exception. From Our Lady of 121st Street to Halfway Bitches go Straight to Heaven, LAByrinth has produced over 50 world premieres and developed over 250 new plays.

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