At its recent Manhattan gathering, the Latina/o Theatre Commons took the movement to the next level, and not a moment too soon.
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.
As scholars join a freshly revivified and organized Latinx theatre movement, the question of their role is no longer academic.
Latino, Latina/o, or Latinx? We heard good arguments for and against them all, and opted for both greater inclusion and typographical clarity.
New readings by Matthew Paul Olmos, Octavio Solis, Marisela Treviño Orta and more to be presented at the Latina/o new works festival.
Our “theatre nation” has come a long way since TCG began in 1961, and innovation and intentionality have been two watchwords as it’s grown.