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Abby Williamson: Ricardo II, Merced Shakes (2020)

Adriana Domínguez: A Christmas Carol en la Frontera, UT El Paso (2018)

Adriana Gaviria: Romeo y Julieta, Chicago Shakespeare Theater (2008)

Andrew Siañez-De La O: Rough Magic, The Huntington Theatre (2022)

Chantal Rodriguez: Interview with Evelina Fernández

Edgar Landa: The Taming of La Shrew, Will & Company (1993)

Erin A. Cowling: Siglo Latinx; Hamlet: La Telenovela (2023)

Emily Stone: Midsummer Sueño, NYU Libraries (2022)

Gina Sandí Díaz: The Tragedy of Macbeth, College of the Sequoias (2018)

Glenda Y. Nieto Cuebas: Siglo Latinx

Guillermo Avilés-Rodríguez: La Razón Blindada, Los Angeles Theatre Center (2017)

Jay Stratton: A Christmas Carol en la Frontera, UT El Paso (2018)

Joe Falocco: Dos Familias, Central Florida Community Arts (2020);

     The Comedy  of Errors / La Comedia de Equivocaciones, Texas State University (2015)

John Milam: The Tragic Corrido of Romeo & Lupe, Pharr Community Center (2018);

     Romeo and Juliet, The Classic Theatre of San Antonio (2019)

Jordan Kessler: A Holtville Night's Dream, Cornerstone Theater Company (2007)

José A. Esquea: Romeo and Juliet, Teatro LaTea (2009) 

Laura Lodewyck: Measure for Measure, Chicago Shakespeare Theater (2022)

Laura Muñoz: This Bitch: Esta Sangre Quiero, New American Theater Festival (2021);

       Interview with Adrienne Dawes

Meg Lowey: Querido, WAVE Productions (2014)

Robin Kello: Eastside Stories: The Vision and Legacy of East L.A. Classic Theatre

Roxanne Schroeder-Arce: Romeo y Julieta, BYU's Young Company (2018); The Wizard of Aztlan, chUSMA (2001)

Ruff Yeager: Romeo and Juliet, Southwestern College (2020)

Susi Lopera: Ofélio, The T.R.U.T.H. Project (2017)

Trevor Boffone: Romeo y Julieta, Cara Mía Theatre Co. (2013); Balcony Scene in Quarantine, TEATRX (2020)

Yvette Chairez: The Globe of the Great Southwest

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