Pausing on a <em>Sunday in the Park with George</em> at ZACH Theatre
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TUTS Reinvents the Classics with Latina/o-Inspired Guys & Dolls
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TUTS Reinvents the Classics with Latina/o-Inspired Guys & Dolls

When you think of Guys & Dolls, does the United States’ rising Latina/o population come…

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Fade to Black: Creating a Space for African-American Theater in Houston
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Fade to Black: Creating a Space for African-American Theater in Houston

While Houston is routinely lauded as the most diverse city in the United States, this…

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Texas Studio: Jasminne Mendez
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Texas Studio: Jasminne Mendez

For Houston-based writer Jasminne Mendez, writing allows her to fight against the erasure of Afro-Latina/o…

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Growing a Teatro Scene: Latina/o Theater in San Antonio
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Growing a Teatro Scene: Latina/o Theater in San Antonio

From Oct. 29-Nov. 19, 2017, San Antonio’s Nicolás Valdez will travel to California to be…

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Theater After Harvey: Houston’s Small Companies Must Continue
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Theater After Harvey: Houston’s Small Companies Must Continue

As the Texas Gulf Coast begins the rebuilding process after the catastrophic damage of Hurricane…

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Acting in Texas: Luis Galindo
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Acting in Texas: Luis Galindo

<em>My Mañana Comes:</em> Responding to Times of Crisis
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My Mañana Comes: Responding to Times of Crisis

As the nation’s fourth largest city, Houston is home to more than 2.1 million people…

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