2012 – HOT OFF THE PRESS: Latinologues the BOOK! 27 award-winning monologues
2011 – Stay tuned for 2011 TOUR DATES!
2010 – More shows and bookings for Covina Center for the Performing Arts.
2009 – Rick Najera’s LATINOLOGUES celebrates its 15 Year Anniversary, it’s Quinceañera! Shows booked in San Diego and Covina Center for the Performing Arts
2008 – Rick preps new show (Latinologues (2) tu ) to make its home at the historical Hayworth Theatre/La Fonda Restaurant in Los Angeles
2007 – Latinologues invited to / makes performance at SiTV’s Latino Laugh Festival
2006 – Latinologues plays at New Jersey Performing Arts Center
2005 – Tate Entertainment/Icon Entertainment bring Rick Najera’s LATINOLOGUES to Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre where it runs for 4 months (137 performances) with an extension due to popular demand; cast members Rick Najera and Eugenio Derbez get their caricatures in the famous and legendary Sardi’s Restaurant on W. 44th Street
2005 – Latinologues DVD Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are released along with an audio CD
2005 – Latinologues plays at Town Hall Theatre in New York with Rick Najera, Eugenio Derbez, Rene Lavan, Monica Ortiz
2004 – Tate Entertainment/Icon Entertainment takes Latinologues on a 16-city national tour
2004 – Latinologues is taped at theRicardo Montalbán Theatre for a 2-part DVD
2004 – Latinologues wins Imagen Award for Best Live Theatrical Performance
2004 – Latinologues plays atSpreckles Theatre in San Diego to a sold out crowd with 200 people left waiting outside
2003 – Latinologues begins a two year run at the Coronet Theatre in Los Angeles features a rotating cast, Christian De la Fuente, Fernando Carrillo Eugenio Derbez, Cynthia Klitbo
2002 – San Diego REPproduces Rick Najera’s Latinologues. It features Rene Lavan, Lina Acosta and Rick Najera
2001– Latinologues plays various theaters around the United States
2000 – Rick takes Latinologues to Chicago to Victory Gardens Theater. It becomes a hit.
1999 – The Lost Years
1998 – Rick compiles his plays including Latinologues, A Quiet Love into a book titled “Pain of the Macho”, released by Arte Publico Press
1997 – Latinologues plays second Stage at South Coast Rep with Yareli Arizmendi, Jacob Vargas, Maria Costa
1996 – Rick Najera, Jacob Vargas and Maria Costa perform Latinologues monologues written by Rick Najera at the famous Hollywood Improv
1995 – Rick Najera writes more monologues and creates a compilation of monologues based on Latino life in America
1994 – In the beginning… Latinologues begins as a protest to Proposition 187, the anti-illegal alien bill denying basic services and healthcare rights. Performed at the Odyssey Theater in West LA. with various comedians Debi Gutierrez, Rudy Moreno, Gene Pompa, etc