Non-Profit Cultural Arts Organization
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Thank you to the Lyndon Langford Family for choosing Teatro De Artes to receive memorial contributions in memory of Lyndon. If choosing to donate via Venmo and/or PayPal please add "Memorial Contribution in memory of Lyndon" in the Message Box.
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Teatro De Artes
921 W. New Braunfels St. Seguin, TX 78155
FEBRUARY - JUNE
SATURDAY MARCH 9
Reserved Seating $15
General Admission Seating $10
Can be purchased at Teatro's Cultural Arts Center 921 W. New Braunfels St. Seguin, TX 78155 and online general admission tickets can be purchased by CLICKING HERE
FRIDAY MAY 3
42nd Annual ¡Viva Teatro! Recital
Cinco de Mayo Festival de Danza y Musica
More details to come soon!
Victoria "Vickie" De La Rosa
Mrs. De La Rosa was instrumental in the formation of Teatro De Artes De Juan Seguin non-profit cultural arts organization which is a revered cultural, educational, and humanities institution in Seguin, Texas. Teatro recently celebrated its 40th anniversary of serving Seguin and surrounding communities’ youth, adolescents, adults, and seniors through its three pillars of: Community Based, Center Based, and School Based programming. For all 40+ years Vickie volunteered her services and expertise to Teatro in the following capacities: first costume coordinator, first Ballet Folklorico De La Rosa instructor, first program coordinator, first grant writer/administrator, first executive director, and dedicated 41 years to serving all who sought knowledge in learning more about the Mexican American culture through all forms of art and humanities. She brought many artists, many programs, many cultural experiences to the community of Seguin and beyond, this also includes private and public schools, and universities. She cultivated the love of teaching in youth who now serve and served in many capacities within Teatro De Artes De Juan Seguin throughout the United States and abroad. She was also very instrumental in starting the “Grow Your Own” project within Teatro which has developed fierce Mexican American arts administrators. She served on many Boards of Directors for various organizations and was often asked by Texas Commission on the Arts to serve as Advisory Review Panelist. She was revered in the arts community throughout Texas and nationally and remained dedicated to the mission of Teatro: To promote a better understanding of the Mexican American culture through the teaching, study, practice, and performance of the arts.
Vickie was a champion for arts, was an amazing educator and school administrator, and was an advocate for all humanity.
Vickie De La Rosa, presente.
At the family’s request and in lieu of flowers and/or plants please make a tax-exempt donation to Teatro De Artes De Juan Seguin https://bit.ly/DonationToTeatroInMemoryOfVickie. This site was created by the daughters of Vickie De La Rosa. You can also send checks to Teatro De Artes 921 W. New Braunfels St., Seguin, TX.
To learn more about the life well lived by Vickie De La Rosa, please visit https://everloved.com/life-of/victoria-de-la-rosa/
Teatro was the brain child of three visionaries who wanted to make sure that the children of Seguin and surrounding areas had a place where they could express their love of culture. Along with the three visionaries also came numerous people from the community who helped pave the way for Teatro.
We offer classes, lectures, and community activities for adults, teens & children. Teatro strives to provide something for anyone looking to foster their inner artist and/or awaken their inner cultural exploration.
Teatro De Artes De Juan Seguin is featured in the
National Endowment for the Arts
United States of Arts Texas Video which was nominated for an Emmy.
Teatro De Artes De Juan Seguin was contacted by the City of Seguin to be featured in their promotional video. The City of Seguin partnered with The Dillon Group Inc. to produce this video showing why Seguin is real.