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Nelson Diaz-Marcano

Nelson Diaz-Marcano is a Puerto Rican playwright based in New York City. He graduated from Stony Brook University with a degree in Cinema and Cultural Studies, and study playwriting under the late Professor Jonathan Levy’s mentorship. Recently, his play The Diplomats won Outstanding Play at The Fresh Fruit Festival as well as wards for the lead actors and director.  His recent production credits include: Revolt (Vision Latino Theatre Company), Paper Towels (The Brick), Mami's House (Step1 Theatre Project), Rabiosa (Pa, Puerto Rico by The Dirty Blondes), The Diplomats (Fresh Fruit Festival 2017, DUAF 2018), Prison Song (Downtown Urban Arts Festival - Winner Best Play 2016), Promised Lands (Stable Cable Lab Co’s Livewire), and Prison Song (Downtown Urban Arts Festival 2013). Nelson's mission is to create work where different cultures are represented, and to raise awareness of their history. ndmstrikes.com

Reflections from the Latinx Theatre Commons María Irene Fornés Institute Symposium
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Reflections from the Latinx Theatre Commons María Irene Fornés Institute Symposium

30 April 2018

Trevor Boffone, Nelson Diaz-Marcano, Georgina Escobar, and Lauren Villegas reflect on the Latinx Theatre Commons María Irene Fornés Symposium on 14 April 2018 in Princeton, New Jersey.