8:00-9:00: Registration

9:00-10:30: Roundtable: Adaption and Appropriation

Mark Bayer: “What Does it Mean to Adapt and Appropriate Shakespeare?”

Trevor Boffone: “Creating a Canon of Latinx Shakespeare: The Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s Play On!”

Laurie Ann Guerrero: “When in Disgrace: Stealing the Crown”

Kathryn Vomero Santos, “Hispanic Shakespeare: The Translational and Transnational Makings of Early Modern Drama”

10:45-12:15: Roundtable: Performance and Pedagogy

Marci McMahon: “Teaching Classical Drama Through Latinx Studies”

Roxanne Schroeder-Arce: “Browning the Classics for Young Audiences: Context is Everything”

Cathryn Merla-Watson: “Interpreting Hamlet in the Borderlands”

Kelly Hilliard Roush: “Physicalizing Shakespeare: Directing Shakespeare in San Antonio”

12:30-1:30: Lunch

2:00-4:00: Workshop: “Teaching and Responding to Shakespeare,” Giomara Bazaldua and Josh Inocéncio

4:30-6:00: Keynote: “‘Hear All, All See’: Aural and Visual Dramaturgies of Latinx Romeo and Juliet(a),” Carla Della Gatta, University of Southern California

6:15-7:15: Dinner

7:30-9:30: Performance and Talkback: Creating Latinx Shakespeare,” Josh Inocéncio (Auditorium)