Brian Eugenio Herrera is Assistant Professor of Theater at Princeton University. His work examines the history of gender, sexuality, and race within and through US popular performance. He is the author of Latin Numbers: Playing Latino in Twentieth-Century U.S. Popular Performance (Michigan, 2015) and The Latina/o Theatre Commons 2013 National Convening: A Narrative Report (HowlRound, 2015). He is presently at work on Casting: A History, a historical study of the material practices of casting.
An overview of the history and progression of the Latinx Theatre Commons by Brian Herrera, as the LTC enters its fifth year of cross-cultural collaboration and lifting up and strengthening Latinx and Latin American Theatre.
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Brian Herrera interviews playwright Octavio Solis about the process of writing and developing Mother Road .
HowlRound's Jamie Gahlon spoke with scholar Brian Herrera about what he learned compiling The Latina/o Theatre Commons 2013 National Convening book, and his vision for how others may find it useful.
Café Onda (the Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons) can’t make all our virtual dreams come true, but this space can celebrate the dynamic creativity and connectivity of Latina/o theatermakers as together we build our digital present.