LTC News & Resources

Artist Lists 

Need to hire a Latinx artist, scholar, or practioner but don't know where to start looking? See our lists below to see a constantly updated database of folks working in your area and around the country! 

Latinx Theatrical Designers You Should Hire (To be added to the list, email LTC Producer Abigail Vega.) 

Latinx and Chicanx Theatre Scholars You Should Bring to Your Institutions (Add yourself to the list)

- Latinx Stage Managers and Technicians You Should Be Working With (Add yourself to the list) 

Latinx Dramaturgs, Coaches, Choreographers, and Artistic Personnel You Should Hire (Add yourself to the list) 

- Latinx Directors You Should Hire (Add yourself to the list) 

Subscribe to our monthly digest and be the first to hear about LTC opportunities! 

Support the LTC

Donate to the LTC's efforts, including our convenings, online journal, our advocacy efforts, and general overhead. The donations are in one-time increments of $10, but we encourage buying in multiples!

$25 pays for printed materials for one session at a convening

$75 pays for one Café Onda blog post

$100 pays for ten tickets for Latinx and allied theatremakers to attend performances

$250 pays for an hour of live translation during an event or convening

$500 pays for one Latinx theatre maker to attend a professional training

$750 pays for the housing and travel scholarship for one person to attend a convening

LTC in the News

October 29, 2017: Latinx Theatre Commons (LTC) / Noviembre 2017 (argus-a Artes y Humunidades) 

December 13, 2016: The LTC in NYC: Gathering Face-to-Face Power to Face the World (American Theatre Magazine)

November 30, 2016: The Public Theater and Latina/o Theatre Commons Team Up for New York City Convening (Stage Directions)

November 21, 2016: Scholars: Up for Multiple Roles in the Movement(American Theatre Magazine)

July 28, 2015: A Carnaval of Latino Writing in the Windy City (American Theatre Magazine) 

April 14, 2015: Latina/o Theatre Commons to Stage a Carnaval of New Work in July (American Theatre Magazine) 

September 19, 2014: Artists of Color Stand Up Against Discrimination in the Field (American Theatre Magazine)

November 15, 2012: Updating our Narrative: Latino Theater Commons (Cultural Weekly)

Back to LTC Homepage