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Female Playwrights, Hispanic Comedia

Ever wondered what Shakespeare’s sister might have written? In a recent article for Howlround, Barbara Fuchs and Rafael Jaime, two of our team members, explain that you don’t have to keep wondering if you look at the Spanish Comedia. Read more about it here.

Dramaturgy Workshop at UCLA

Sammy Solis

To kick off November, Diversifying the Classics hosted a Dramaturgy Workshop for graduate students in collaboration with a range of Los Angeles theater practitioners.READ MORE

DtC Awarded an Arts Initiative Grant

We are pleased to announce Diversifying the Classics has been awarded an Arts Initiative grant again this year. The grant will enable us to host The Comedia Without Borders, an event to honor both UCLA’s Centennial and Los Angeles’ strong ties to Mexico, in Fall 2020,READ MORE

Our Next Translation

El semejante a sí mismo, by Juan Ruiz de Alarcón

The Comedia in Translation’s next project is El semejante a sí mismo, a comedia written by Novohispanic playwright Juan Ruiz de Alarcón and published for the first time in 1628 READ MORE