The Chicago International Latino Theater Festival celebrates the city’s role in supporting Latinx artists


“They just keep coming, and they’re trained and talented.”

In the early 2000s, if you’d asked Ricardo Gutierrez to name every Latinx actor in Chicago, it wouldn’t have been much of a challenge. “Ten to 15 years ago,” says the executive artistic director of Teatro Vista, “there were shows that I would not have been able to cast with an all-Latinx cast of actors because they simply were not here.”…

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