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Priscilla Page

Priscilla Page is a writer and dramaturg as well as a member of the dramaturgy faculty in the Department of Theater at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she also serves as the director of the Multicultural Theater Certificate. Her research agenda includes Latinx Theatre and Contemporary Native American Performance, and she is currently compiling a history of Latinx Theatre in Chicago. She served as a contributing editor with Joy Harjo on Wings of Night Sky, Wings of Morning Light: A Play by Joy Harjo and A Circle of Responses, under review at Wesleyan Press. She has worked closely with playwright Migdalia Cruz and her essay “My World Made Real” is published in Cruz’s anthology El Grito Del Bronx, No PassPort Press, 2010.

Interview with Liza Ann Acosta
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Interview with Liza Ann Acosta

13 November 2016

An interview with Liza Ann Acosta, resident dramaturg at Urban Theater Company, about her recent work on three Puerto Rican plays.

Speedo Activism
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Speedo Activism

Intimacy and the Aesthetics of Resistance

26 September 2016

Priscilla Page on Ricardo Gamboa and Sean James William Parris’ Space Age at Free Street Theater in Chicago, Illinois.