EFC was created in November 2015 as an artistic program of *Colectivo ALA. Latinx culture has a history of being immersed in heteronormative and cisnormative ideologies as a result of Spanish Colonization. EFC seeks to interrupt the narrative and provide education and a space for Gender nonconforming and LGBTQ identifying Latinx to express and validate the intersectional experience of multifaceted identities. Maestro Arturo Magana saw the need for a space addressing these struggles and opened EFC. Since the company has opened its' doors, it has performed in various festivals and for organizations whose values align with EFC's Mission Statement. In 2022, EFC is thriving and participating in festivals following the reopening strategies put forth by Santa Clara County. While the pandemic created challenges for EFC, the company has shown its resilience and continues to show that queer arts have a place in the modern Latinx Artscape. EFC will continue to navigate guidelines and provide a safe space for expression.