Carla Della Gatta

WRITER.  SCHOLAR.  EDUCATOR.  ARTS ADVOCATE.

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"How We Hear Shakespeare's Plays"

Folger Shakespeare Library Shakespeare Unlimited podcast

 

In the Media

2022: NPR  "Outdoor Theaters Have to Compete With A Lot of Noise Including Planes"

2022: SF Chronicle  "At Cal Shakes, Romeo y Juliet Offers Two Brave Turns for Timeless Love Story"

2022: American Theatre  "In Translations, A Canon for All"

2021: Oregon ArtsWatch  "DramaWatch: Brain Food At Barbecue"

2015: American Theatre  "A Carnaval of Latino Writing in the Windy City"

 

Recent & Upcoming

Equality Shakespeare Festival

"Shakespeare, Race and

Social Justice"

JUNE 1, 2022

Shakespeare Theatre Co.

Shakespeare Hour Live!

The Merchant of Venice:

Gender and Sexuality

MARCH 16, 2022

Fifty Key Figures

in Latinx and Latin

American Theater

"Octavio Solis"

FEBRUARY 25, 2022

Women & Power Symposium

Shakespeare's Globe

DECEMBER 10, 2021

Shakespeare & Beyond

Essay

"West Side Story at 60"

OCTOBER 19, 2021

Seeking Common Ground

Essay

"Intro to Miss Julia"

OCTOBER 21, 2021

SolFest 2021

Moderator

"Honor and Amplify"

SEPTEMBER 21, 2021

A Bit Lit 

Shakespeare and Latinidad

SEPTEMBER 8, 2021

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Carla Della Gatta is Assistant Professor of English at Florida State University. 

She is co-editor of the collection Shakespeare and Latinidad (2021).

Her first monograph, Latinx Shakespeares: Staging U.S. Intracultural Theater, is forthcoming (January 2023).

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