72 Miles To Go...

72 miles. It’s the distance between Tucson, Arizona and Nogales, Mexico—and the distance between deported immigrant Anita and her American-born husband and children. 72 Miles to Go… follows one family over a decade as they come of age, fall in love, fight in wars, and fight for each other, against the backdrop of deportation, DACA, and changing immigration laws. 



Chicano, 17-25, the caretaker. Eva’s bright-she’s a valedictorian-with her whole future ahead of her. She’s also a loving sister and daughter of a family in need.

Can she take care of her loved ones and follow her dreams?

New Work Process

Crafting a New Play

Writers, directors, actors, and even audience members play a key role in crafting a play from the ground up. Click the button to learn more about the process of developing a new work for the theatre.

Alley All New

The fourth annual Alley All New Festival features new plays from some of the most exciting voices in contemporary theatre. Click the button to learn about the plays in the 2019 Alley All New Festival.

Latinx Artists

Hilary Bettis, Playwright

Hilary Bettis is one of seven playwrights featured in the 2019 Alley All New Festival. Click the button to learn more about her background, other works, and the development of 72 Miles to Go...

Poetry, plays, street art and more: Examine the art and stories inspired by life at the border. Click the button to learn more about Latinx artists and their creative response to living in two worlds.

Arte on the Border