Latino Theatre Projects wants to share big news with you about our upcoming project. Few theater goers dispute the universal appeal of August Wilson’s plays. Within the specificity of African-American experience, Wilson presents fundamental themes—love, honor, duty, betrayal—and gives voice to a full collective humanity. This is evidenced in his ongoing success both nationally and […]
Latino Theatre Projects has been awarded a Seattle Times 2017 Footlight Award in today’s paper!
Check out this article from today’s Seattle Times awarding the 2017 Footlight Awards. The article is divided between theatre critics Misha Berson, Dusty Somers, and Brendan Kiley. Under each of them, they feature trends and recognize excellence in various categories. About halfway through the article is:
Family Feuds: Revealing slices of life among relations, in culturally diverse families hit home in Latino Theatre Projects’ “26 Miles” by Quiara Alegría Hudes, Ayad Akhtar’s “The Who & the What” (ArtsWest), “Dragon Lady” by Sara Porkalob (Intiman), Lauren Yee’s flawed but intriguing “King of the Yees” at ACT, and the explosively poetic Octavio Solis drama “Lydia” (Strawberry Workshop).
Congratulations to all those artists that made 26 Miles so successful!