The Los Angeles company will produce world premieres by Jonathan Ceniceroz, John Pollono, and Diane Rodriguez.
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.
We started as a lab in the 1980s. Now we run a multi-theatre center dedicated to reflecting L.A.’s diversity.
In ‘A Mexican Trilogy,’ the actor/playwright tells the story of a family, and a people, with her own creative family, the Latino Theater Company.
From a daring director to a tag team of designers, from San Francisco to Atlanta, this month’s cohort of theatre people are making their mark.
A West Coast premiere and a holiday tradition headline the company’s season.
An historic gathering of Latina/o theatremakers put the focus firmly on the work and let the politics—including the identity politics—emerge, or not, from there.
Annie Baker and Rajiv Joseph win the Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award, Amy E. Hughes receives the Barnard Hewitt Award for theatre research, and a round-up of more prizes and awards from our December 2013 issue.