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Alicia Anabel Santos's "I Was Born": A Play True to Latina Voices

I heard about Alicia Anabel Santos while I was in college.  I was searching for information on Afrolatina writers.  The Afro-Dominican artist wears multiple hats; she is a poet, teacher, writer and… 415 more words


Love 'Em All Monologues

Earlier this year, I begin writing monologues for women about various relationships that I’ve been in, but will be told by different women.  I’m so excited for this production because it is the first of it’s kind for myself as a writer, director and producer. 261 more words


Afro-Brazilian Actor and Activist Gustavo Melo Cerqueira

Addressing the call to action in the article “Why We Need Afrolatin@ Theatre,” this series by Jelisa Jay Robinson highlights many outstanding Afrolatin@ theatre artists around the United States who diligently offer the world their art. 474 more words


Women Writers We Need You!

Would you be interested in lending a piece of work to a fundraising anthology? I’m looking for poetry, short stories, short plays, and extracts of longer pieces for an anthology called… 855 more words

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Five Fascinating Facts about Aristophanes

Facts about classical literature’s greatest comic writer

1. We have eleven of Aristophanes’ plays, but he is thought to have written more than forty. Aristophanes is the earliest comic playwright, or at least the earliest whose work has survived so that we can read it. 541 more words


Submit Here: New American Voices Play Reading Series

 The Landing Theatre in Houston, Texas is now accepting submissions for New American Voices Play Reading Series and the Redemption Series.

New American Voices Play Reading Series… 60 more words


Five Fascinating Facts about Molière

Facts about Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, aka Molière

1. Molière died shortly after collapsing on stage during one of his own plays. Molière’s play Le malade imaginaire, known in English as  386 more words