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How Does an Artist Get a Passport?
Two Austin playwrights join dozens of writers from across the hemisphere to 'dream the Americas'
Arts Story  March 16, 2007
"...In 2003, while she was a Theatre Communications Group/Pew National Theatre Resident Artist at International Arts Relations, or INTAR, one of the nation's most firmly established Latino theatres producing work in English, Svich organized and moderated a landmark panel called Shaping the Future of the American Voice: A Roundtable on Potentiality, Difference, and Community in the New Global Order. It brought together more than 20 Latina/o playwrights, including Eduardo Machado, Jorge Cortinas, Oliver Mayer, Karen Zacarias, Aravind Adyanthaya, Nilaja Sun, Michael John Garcès, Luis Santeiro, Elaine Romero, Amparo Garcia-Crow, Alberto Sandoval, Alejandro Morales, Cándido Tirado, Carmen Rivera, Migdalia Cruz, and Ricardo Bracho...."

UT: Major Arts Commissions Announced
Landmarks will get new mural, CoFA a Spanish-language opera
DAILY Arts  August 4, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...Meanwhile, UT's College of Fine Arts has partnered with two professional opera companies, Fort Worth Opera and San Diego Opera, and another university, DePauw, to co-commission The Last Dream of Frida & Diego, an opera in Spanish by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Nilo Cruz and Latin Grammy winner, pianist, and classical composer Gabriela Lena Frank. [image-4-right][image-5-right]..."

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