David Lozano specializes in writing, directing and producing original bilingual plays for theLatino community in Dallas/Fort Worth. Notable mainstage productions include To DIE:GO in Leaves, by Frida Kahlo (written with Cara Mía’s artistic ensemble), Nuestra Pastorela (cowritten with Jeffry Farrell), and The Dreamers: A Bloodline (written with Cara Mía Theatre Co.’s ensemble) which was named the “Best New Play of 2013 by Local Writers” by TheatreJones.Com. Crystal City 1969, which he co-wrote with Raul Treviño, was recognized as the “Best New Play of 2009” by The Dallas Morning News, TheaterJones.Com and the Dallas-Fort Worth Theater Critics Forum. Notable children’s and educational plays written by Lozano include Searching for the Six Flags of Texas and The Wisdom of Viejo Antonio which travels to North Texas schools, Texas museums and area cultural centers. Lozano also created the curricula for Cara Mía’s collaborative playwriting and performance residency for children andyouth. Lozano recently attended the first annual Latina/o Theatre Commons in Boston in November 2013 and accompanied a delegation of 20 US theater artists on a trip to Cuba in March 2013 with the Theatre Communications Group. He was also recognized by the weekly magazine, The Dallas Observer, as one of six “Masterminds of Arts & Culture” in January 2014. Lozano was trained at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, by Fred Curchack from the University of Texas at Dallas, Alicia Martínez Álvarez with the Laboratorio de la Máscara in Mexico City, and Joan Schirle from Dell’Arte International in Blue Lake, California. Lozano has studied with directors and master teachers from around world including Argentina, Mexico, Costa Rica, Venezuela, France, Senegal, Spain, and the United States.