On the eve of the inauguration, hundreds of theatres across the country will unite through collective action.
Latinx theatre as we know it in the U.S. is only half a century old, but its roots are deep and its future boundless.
The Dallas theatre’s lineup features five productions and a new works reading series.
Dallas Theater Center and Cara Mia Theatre Co. collaborate to address a crisis close to home.
The longtime Dallas theatre artist, who’s worked with the Latino/Chicano theatre for a year, will join the leadership team with a.d. David Lozano.
The Texas theatre’s new season has a little bit of picking, a little bit of grinning, and plays about immigration, isolation, dreams and visions.
It’s not a one-deal-fits-all world anymore, either for theatregoers or theatres.