VOL 301: MARISELA ORTA

Filed under: Performing Arts — admin November 16, 2011 @ 8:40 am

In this episode: 

Marisela Orta, Playwright

Marisela Orta is an innovated playwright residing in the Bay Area, living in San Francisco, California. She’s the author of Braided Sorrow, which has won several awards and was produced by Su Teatro in Denver, Colorado.

VOL 204: DANIEL JAQUEZ

Filed under: Performing Arts — admin January 16, 2010 @ 5:37 pm

In this episode:

Daniel Jaquez, Director

Professional Theater Director: Daniel Jaquez

 

Highlights for episode 205

VOL 203: CARLOS MORTON

Filed under: Performing Arts — admin October 13, 2009 @ 10:49 am

In this episode:

Carlos Morton, Playwright

A conversation with veterano Chicano playwright CARLOS MORTON

Also, news about:

Marisela Treviño-Orta and her play Braided Sorrow

The New Teatro Campesino Online Video Archive

PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art and its issue dedicated to Maria Ines Fornes

Highlights for the next episode: 204

VOL 202: TEATRO PREGONES & REPERTORIO ESPANIOL

Filed under: Performing Arts — admin September 13, 2009 @ 12:20 pm

In this episode two conversations:

Alván Colón Lespier, Associate Artistic Director- Pregones Theatre

Alvan Colon Lespier, Artistic Associate Director of PREGONES THEATRE in The Bronx, NY.

Allison Astor-Vargas, Project Manager of REPERTORIO ESPANOL in Manhattan, NY.

Highlights about episode 203.

VOL 201: ELAINE AVILA

Filed under: Performing Arts — admin August 18, 2009 @ 12:13 pm

In this episode:

Elaine Avila, Playwright

A conversation with playwright ELAINE AVILA.

A personal observation about the new two leads in the musical “In the Heights.”

A strong opinion about West Side Story, now on Broadway.

Highlights about episode 202 coming on September 2009.

VOL 112: HENRY GODINEZ

Filed under: Performing Arts — admin May 19, 2009 @ 11:28 am

In this episode:

Henry Godinez, Artistic Director

A conversation with HENRY GODINEZ, resident artistic associate at the Goodman and curator of the Goodman’s Latino Theatre Festival.

Annoucement of three new Latino Theater anthologies by the folks from Latin American Theatre

The TONYS and my take on the matter as well as my predictions.

Highlights for Episode 201 coming in JULY 09.

VOL 111: MIGDALIA CRUZ

Filed under: Performing Arts — admin April 17, 2009 @ 5:08 pm

In this episode:

Migdalia Cruz, Playwright

A conversation with MIGDALIA CRUZ author of Miriam’s Flowers, FUR, Latins in La La Land, Frida: The Story of Frida Kahlo, Another Part of the House, and many more.

Also, highlights on episode 112.

VOL 110: BUTCHLALIS DE PANONCHTITLAN & DAN GUERRERO

Filed under: Performing Arts — admin March 15, 2009 @ 10:15 am

Volume 110:

Buchalis de Panochtitlán, Peforming Group

Offers you two conversations;

A conversation with Butchlalis de Panochtitlan, a Latino performing group from Los Angeles

and

A conversation with Dan Guerrero, director, producer, writer, performer, and author of GAYTINO!, a one-man show.

These two conversations are fun and insightful.

Also, highlight for the next episode, volume 111.

VOL 109: CHERRI MORAGA

Filed under: Performing Arts — admin February 11, 2009 @ 6:55 pm

In this volume:

Cherrie Moraga, playwright, author, activist

Playwright, poet, and essayist Cherri Moraga sits down to have a charla, a conversation, about her work, her life, and her career.

We met in October 2008, at the 2nd NACCS JOTO Caucus Conference hosted at California State University-Los Angeles.

Listen to this wonderful conversation.

Also, highlights about the upcoming episode, volume 110.

VOL 108: GREG RAMOS, ASHLEY LUCAS, & CHRIS RAMIREZ

Filed under: Performing Arts — admin January 16, 2009 @ 1:31 pm

In this volume:

Greg Ramos-Playwright, Ashley Lucas-Author, Christopher Ramirez-Media Artist

Three performers talk about “community based” theater and the responsibilities such art carries when a performer uses someone else’s words and experiences.

Gregory Ramos is the author of Border Stories, a one-man show based on gay people living in the US/Mexico border.

Ashley Lucas is the author of a one-woman show, titled, Doin’ Time: Through the Visiting Glass, based on interviews with the families and relatives of prisoners.

Christopher Ramirez is the author of Color Bonita, a ‘state of the art’ presentation based on interviews with gay men.

Highlights for Volume 109.

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