Latinas on Stage: Practice and Theory

Latinas on Stage: Practice and Theory

by Alicia Arrizon
     
 
This packed volume from Third Woman Press features performance texts, interviews, production photos, and critical writing focused around Latinas in the dramatic arts. This tightly woven and engaging collection of texts includes plays and monologues by Migdalia Cruz, Laura Esparza, Monica Palacios, Carmelita Tropicana, Elia Arce, Caridad Svich, and Cherrie Moraga;

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This packed volume from Third Woman Press features performance texts, interviews, production photos, and critical writing focused around Latinas in the dramatic arts. This tightly woven and engaging collection of texts includes plays and monologues by Migdalia Cruz, Laura Esparza, Monica Palacios, Carmelita Tropicana, Elia Arce, Caridad Svich, and Cherrie Moraga; interviews with Marga Gomez, Moraga, Cruz, the Colorado Sisters, Palacios, and Esparza; and essays by Maria Teresa Marrero, Liz Ramirez, Alberto Sandoval Sanchez, Yolanda Flores, Arrizon, Manzor, Roselyn Constantino, and Anita Gonzalez-El Hilali.

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An anthology of plays, performance texts, interviews, and critical commentary. Contributors include both established and new writers and artists. Arriz<'o>n teaches ethnic studies and women's studies at the University of California-Riverside; Manzor teaches Spanish, women's studies, and American studies at the University of Miami. The book includes b&w photos of performers, performances, and installations. It is not indexed. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780943219172
Publisher:
Third Woman Press
Publication date:
08/28/1997
Series:
Series in Chicana/Latina Studies
Pages:
250

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