From L.A.’s historic Teatro Hidalgo to New York’s INTAR, from D.C. to Houston and beyond, September has been a rich month for Hispanic and Latinx theatre artistry in the U.S.
INTAR Theatre’s MicroTEATRO project celebrates a Manhattan district that may be poised to take off as a theatre destination.
The Texas-born, Oregon-based playwright imagines a Steinbeck sequel with timely resonance.
The free writing she taught us may have opened us up, but she also subtly framed and shaped our sense of theatrical form.
He was most alive in the rehearsal room, where his passions ran strongest and his leadership took root.
Multiplicity defines our past and our future, and nowhere is this more true than in the Latinx theatre movement in the U.S.
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.
A legion of advocates, and an upcoming festival, aim to bolster the legacy of the influential playwright and teacher.