Jacqueline Flores (she/her/hers) joins the LTC after two years at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in DC. While at Woolly, she produced the theatre’s special events and led the Company Pool Fund, an internal initiative that provides grants to its company of artists. Jacqueline has also worked at the Public Theater in New York City, in their Mobile Unit and Public Forum programs; Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival in Becket, Massachusetts; Ballet Austin in Texas; and Americans for the Arts in DC. She was selected as a member of Theatre Producers of Color’s inaugural cohort and is a two-time recipient of the National New Play Network’s Producers in Residence grant. She is passionate about theatre and the ways in which performance can be used as a means for social change. Jacqueline is a proud Texan and first-generation American, born to parents who emigrated from Honduras and Mexico.
Latinx Theatre Leaders at the Forefront
If history is made by those who write it, then the Latinx Theatre Leaders at the Forefront series serves as a historical intervention by adding to the limited existing documentation of Latinx theatre leaders.This series convenes Latinx theatre leaders to amplify their experiences in a field that