Together we carry out our mission
As a non-profit arts organization, we need your partnership today to support theater artists and to lead the artistic conversation in our community. Give a gift today because it matters now more than ever.
Gifts of any size make a difference, so choose your donation amount below, or consider making an add-on contribution or rounding up your order when you purchase tickets. Your generous gift to CLATA makes a big difference for many Latino theater companies throughout Chicagoland.
$10,000 builds the set and secure props for one production
$7,000 secures legal fees and services (eg. copyrights, contracts, etc.)
$5,000 covers artist stipends and flights
$2,000 secures visiting artist visas
$1,000 supports publicity costs (advertisements and promo material)
$500 covers daily operating costs, playbills and lights
$100 helps pay for printing copies of the cast scripts
It may well be the difference between staging a successful production, both as a work of art and at the box office. Consider donating! Your gift is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Latino arts organizations make significant cultural and economic contributions to the city of Chicago. They present culturally savvy productions to their communities as well as to the greater Chicago area. Latino theater adds to Chicago’s rich cultural reputation, and augments its well-deserved notoriety for being the most exciting theater city in the country.
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Chicago will take center stage with the premiere of the inaugural Chicago International Latino Theater Festival, Destinos, produced by Chicago Latino Theater Alliance, in collaboration with three of the city’s leading Latino cultural organizations: the International Latino Cultural Center, the National Museum of Mexican Art, and the Puerto Rican Arts Alliance.
Cultural Savvy Experience
Be part of this amazing cultural experience and where our Partners can engage and brand with Latino consumers. We invite you to align your company with the Festival while garnering the credit for supporting the Latino arts community in Chicago.
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Latino Market Facts
The $1.3 trillion US Latino market is larger than the entire economies of all but 13 countries in the world. Wow.
And it’s set to grow by 50 percent in the next five years!
The Chicago Greater Metropolitan Area (DMA) has over 1.9 million Latinos that comprises 28% of the city total population with a purchasing power of 65 billion+ of disposable income and growing.
The Selig Center for Economic Growth predicts that by 2019, Latinos will account for 10.6 percent of the total US buying power.
Millennials make up 26 percent of the Latino population, compared to 22 percent for the US population.
Economic research suggests that the youthful demographic profile of the Latino population enhances productivity and increases growth in per capita incomes.
US Latino Market growth in 5 years
Latinos’ US buying power in 2019
Millenials in Latino population
Latinos in the city total population
Promote with the 1.9M Latinos in the Chicago Market
Latinos are by far are brand-loyal consumers. The theater festival is an ideal platform that offers companies cultural relevancy to brand their goods and services, while strengthening and embracing culture through community engagement.
The theater festival provides different levels of sponsorship to ensure maximum exposure through a robust advertising/ promotional /online campaigns, that will strategically maximize sponsors visibility with our patrons and ensure a return on their investment.
Our Sponsors are helping us address the urgent need to support Latino artists in Chicago’s theater scene.
We work towards showcasing the best of existing and new thought provoking Latino playwrights and excellent Latino actors and directors in Chicago.
Chicago Latino Theater Alliance provides Partners with a unique opportunity to help preserve and promote cultural heritage of some of the best works of established and emerging Latino playwrights.