"We need to help students and parents cherish and preserve the ethnic and cultural diversity that nourishes and strengthens this community - and this nation."

Cesar Chavez, UFW Co-Founder


Teatro Nagual is looking for your voice! We are planning a table read of a new musical written by Actor/Activist Ed Begley Jr. The musical is "Cesar and Ruben". This is a story of Cesar Chavez and Ruben Salazar meeting in heaven and is wonderfully written. The music includes sounds from Sting, Santana, Enrigue Iglesias, Carmen Moreno, and many other well known artists. Since this is a informal table read to gauge audience response, you will not need to sing. Only add your voice and talent. No date is chosen yet but it will be in late May or early June. I need male/female Latino and Caucasian talent. You will read multiple roles that day. Contact me via facebook or send me an email at richardfalcon@att.net. 
Teatro Nagual, Inc. (TeNa) and Friends of the Arts Commission (FAC)  a 501(c)3, have partnered to produce programs that educate the community about the effectiveness of nonviolent change, community activism and unity through innovative artistic endeavors.


The heart and soul of the Teatro are the teachings and core values of Cesar Chavez

portrayed in a musical production called Let the Eagle Fly.
e musical was produced in October, 2006 at California Stage in Sacramento. It was then produced in Chula Vista in 2008, directed by Bill Virges and in 2010 at San Jose City College, directed by Richard Falcõn.

Additionally, Teatro Nagual,Inc. produced the first Sacramento Latin Music and Arts Festival in October, 2010.    

Our "Educating the Heart" program provides a
Service Learning & the Art
s experience for communities where participants discover their inner Cesar Chavez and learn how to give back to their neighborhood and community.       

Our mission:

To produce educational, innovative, artistic programs in the community that embody the core values of Cesar Chavez and foster service to others.

Teatro Nagual brings Let the Eagle Fly back to Sacramento in 2014 to celebrate the legacy of Cesar Chavez. A service learning/performing arts educational program is available.
Lyricist Julie Shannon along with writer John Reeger collaborated with the Chavez family on details and events that bring this story to life. Members of the family who say that, of all the plays and stories ever written about Chavez and the struggle of the farm workers, this one truly tells it like it was.

Funded in part by the Sacramento Cultural Arts Awards Program of the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission with the support from the City and County of Sacramento


Grants also provided by "Gifts to Share".

Contact us:
Richard Falcon  - Executive Director
15 Moses Ct
Sacramento, CA 95823

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