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Rella Lossy Award Winning new comedy!

A Rolling World Premiere!

A gay Pueblo teen prepares for the Uprising with his older brother, while dealing with a really pesky (and totally inconvenient) crush on the Spanish baker's son. When history is in the making, what do ordinary people do?

February 2 - 12, 2023 

Arts Research Center at UC Berkeley 

Berkeley, CA 

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February 16 - 26, 2023
Art Works Downtown
San Rafael, CA 

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General Admission: $25

Students: $15

Ask box office for low-income tix


We encourage you to arrive early as no late seating is allowed once the show has started.The running time for Pueblo Revolt is 90 minutes with no intermission. The box office will open 30 minutes prior to curtain

Covid-19 Policy:

AlterTheater is a fully vaccinated company. We require all audience members to be fully vaccinated, including booster(s). AlterTheater requires audiences to wear masks at our indoor productions  for the safety and comfort of the artists and fellow audience members. 


Like our artists, our plays include works by the best playwrights of today--including Larissa Fasthorse, Lynn Nottage, Nilo Cruz--and the best emerging playwrights.

AlterLab supports playwrights at every stage of the development process. Each cohort of writers is diverse—from early career writers to award-winning established writers; from ages 23 to 93; writers from all backgrounds—and each cohort of writers chooses how to work together, supporting each other in creating adventurous, honest work. 

In each AlterLab cohort, AlterTheater commissions one playwright to write a new play  for and with our community. Commissioned playwrights work closely with our ensemble to create a story that tackles issues in our community, and that can shine in our unique storefront performance spaces.

An AlterTheater dream since our inception has been playwrights creating new work for our ensemble of artists. It took us four years: in 2008 we commissioned our first playwright, award-winning San Francisco poet/playwright Brian Thorstenson.

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