Elizabeth C. Ramírez's study reveals the traditions of Chicanas/Latinas in theatre and performance, showing how Latina/Latino theatre has evolved from its pre-Columbian, Spanish, and Mexican origins to its present prominence within American theatre history. This project on women in performance serves the need for scholarship on the contributions of underrepresented groups in American theatre and education, in cultural studies and the humanities, and in American and world history.
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Elizabeth C. Ramírez is Director of Theatre and the Fine Arts Department at St. Philip's College. She is author of Footlights Across the Border: A History of Spanish-
language Professional Theatre and numerous articles and reviews on Chicana/Chicano/Latina/Latino theatre and multiculturalism and diversity in performance and in higher education. She has also served as dramaturg for Anne Bogart, Andrei Serban, David Wheeler, Ed Call, and Gary Gisselman, and most recently Jim Edmundson for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's production of Blood Wedding.
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