Señor Barber

Señor Barber

Written/directed by Matthew Posey

October 26-29 and November 5, 2022

Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month just completed, offering gratitude for the inspirational contributions Hispanic and Lantinx Americans have made for generations in the U.S. The Ochre House continues the celebration in another passion-filled collaboration with The Dallas Flamenco Festival through November 5.

Señor Barber is the captivating tale of two brothers who stand on the precipice as the Devil promises each brother love and fame. Dance, song, and spectacle round out an astonishing evening of traditional Flamenco.

Senor Barber poster

Onstage NTX Performing Arts News & Reviews

“If you’ve ever wanted to get up close and open-mouthed for a session of this extraordinary and powerful Spanish dance style…now’s your chance.”
By Jan Farrington (Read the review…)

Performing Artists

Señor Barber – Pepe Ruiz
Antonio – Antonio Arrebola
Bruja Cassandra / Triana – Delilah Buitrón Arrebola
Miguel – Miguel Infante
Bruja Elphaba – Elizabeth Evans
Bruja Laché / Bella – Lauren Massey

Los Flamencos:

Bailaor / Canataor – Maestro Pepe Ruiz
Bailaor – Antonio Arrebola
Bailaora / Actriz – Delilah Buitrón Arrebola
Bailaor – Miguel Infante
Guitarrìsta – Calvin Hazen


Director/Playwright/Set Design/
Additional Lyrics – Matthew Posey
Choreography – Antonio Arrebola, Delilah Buitrón Arrebola, Pepe Ruiz, Miguel Infante
Spanish Translation – Los Flamencos
Music Composition – Calvin Hazen
Additional music/Composer/Photography – Justin Locklear
“Probe Miguel” – Popular Andalusian song
English lyrics & translation – Delilah Buitrón Arrebola
Scenic Artist – Izk Davies
Lighting Design – Kevin Grammer
Costume Design – Fernando Hernandez, Delilah Buitrón Arrebola
Poster/Graphics – Jeremy Word
Stage Management – Hailey Green
House Management – Cynthia Webb