at Anywhere, Tucson, 85701 United States
A multi-media based company of artists, actors, writers, musicians and all those in-between, bringing passion and creativity to the arts community.
Comprised of actors, writers, artists, dancers, comedians, artisans, and raconteurs, STRADA COMPANY's mission to ACT: Advocate for the arts and artists, Createt new art and art's experiences, and to leverage Technologies to create and promote new art forms. In its inaugural year, STRADA's mission is to engage the community with participatory experiences, create expansive outreach to emerging artists, and optimize visitor-centered, arts-led events at a strange variety of places in Tucson and southern Arizona. STRADA actively supports the visual and performing art of local and regional artists, multidisciplinary art strategies and art creation through programs, events, community collaboration and participation. With a commitment to diversity, new technologies, and innovation, STRADA seeks to expand the role of the arts. We make things, stories, and ideas. Strada is dedicated to working with and for the community, both locally and worldwide.
169 FB users likes Strada Company, set it to 27 position in Likes Rating for Tucson, Arizona in Arts/entertainment/nightlife category
Thank you everyone who came out and supported us and the Tucson Fringe Festival!
Time, Gentlemen, Please today at 2:30! Hers and His tomorrow at 1:00! Thanks for coming and seeing us last night!
So excited that Carrie Ragsdale-Silverman is bringing her awesome dance moves to Time, Gentlemen, Please. Equally excited that Josh Parra is not.
I guess if you get a hundred likes on Facebook you get to start changing the world. Weird, huh?
We're Here! After many an excuse, Strada Company has finally made a tumblr. What sorts of crazy things can we do with this? Show posts, obviously and keeping track of our shenanigans, of course, but perhaps a project or two? Also, all our favorites...
A Tucson Carol is a little fundraiser/party for our friends at Access Tucson. There will be food, warm toasty drink, and if you need courage there is a wonderful new craft brewery across the street called Pueblo Vida. You can even take the streetcar almost to the door. It's not much to get in and you'll hit the big screen at the Screening Room in a couple of weeks!! Join us!