Carla Della Gatta

WRITER.  SCHOLAR.  EDUCATOR.  ARTS ADVOCATE.

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Latinx Shakespeares: Staging U.S. Intracultural Theater

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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

Chicago Shakespeare Theater

Program notes for Measure for Measure

OCTOBER 21, 2022

Shakespeare's Globe Symposium

"The Spanish 'A' of

Raúl Juliá's Othello"

NOVEMBER 5, 2022

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

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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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