What’s Next for Latinx?

An issue of: Theater

What’s Next for Latinx?
Journal Issue Pages: 160 Volume 49, Number 1 Published: February 2019 An issue of Theater
Special Issue Editor(s): Tom Sellar, Chantal Rodriguez

With roots in protest and social change, Latinx theater carries an artistic vitality and urgency that has only been augmented by resistance to the current wave of repressive white nationalism. Even as U.S. agencies perpetuate inhumane policies and deplorable human rights violations against Latinxs, Latinx theatermakers continue to claim their places on America's largest stages. In this special issue, contributors ask where Latinx theater is going and what challenges it faces.

Contributors: Christopher Acebo, Carmen Aguirre, Luis Alfaro, Jorge Cao, Carlos Celdrán, Guadalís Del Carmen, Brian Eugenio Herrera, David Lozano, Amauta Marston-Firmino, Alicia Olivares, Brian Quirt, Chantal Rodriguez, Rosalba Rolón, Rocío Carrillo Reyes, Tom Sellar, Daphnie Sicre, Nicolás Valdez, José Luis Valenzuela


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