Anne García-Romero

Anne García-Romero, Playwright

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Representative Plays:

Paloma (2019)
Provenance (2012)
Earthquake Chica (2007)

About the Playwright:

Anne García-Romero’s plays include Staging the Daffy Dame (LaunchPad UCSB),  Lorca in New York (Denver Center Theater commission), Provenance (Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference), Paloma (National Latino Playwriting Award runner-up), Mary Domingo (Goodman Theatre commission), Earthquake Chica (National Latino Playwriting Award finalist), Mary Peabody in Cuba (National Latino Playwriting Award finalist), Land of Benjamin Franklin (Actors Theater of Louisville Ten Minute Play finalist), Girlus Equinus (Ensemble Studio Theater One-Act Marathon finalist), Don Quixote de la Minny (Teatro del Pueblo commission), Marta's Magnificent Mundo (South Coast Repertory commission), Desert Longing (South Coast Repertory commission), Juanita's Statue (NYSF Public Theater commission) and Santa Concepción (South Coast Repertory commission). She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Film, Television and Theatre at the University of Notre Dame. Her areas of specialization are playwriting, screenwriting, dramaturgy and Latinx Theater Studies. She’s also taught at USC, Cal Arts, UC Santa Barbara, UC Riverside, Loyola Marymount University, Macalester College and Wesleyan University. She is a founding member of the Latinx Theatre Commons, where she contributes to The Fornés Institute. She is also the coordinator of the Fornés Playwriting Workshop in Chicago, sponsored by the University of Notre Dame.



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