THE THEATER LOVERS CLUB PRESENTS
Teatro Paraguas’ playwright, director, and actor Alix Hudson, along with a panel of other creative women, Paola Vengoechea Martini, Jojo Sena de Tarnoff, and Jeni Tincher, will discuss the challenges of attracting a diverse audience to Teatro Paraguas. In January, Alix directed a presentation of bilingual poetry called Atravesada, and she is now directing the traditional full-length comedy, We Are Hispanic, American Women . . . OK? (WAHAWO). She will compare and contrast her directing process for these different productions. The panel will tell us about their experiences; and all will encourage TLC members to attend WAHAWO—a hilarious, heartfelt romp about sisterhood, generational wisdom, and body politics.
Performances of We Are Hispanic, American Poets and Playwrights . . . OK? run from February 8 to 24 at Teatro Paraguas.
Doors open at 5:30 pm for light refreshments and conversation before the talk.