CHAPTERS // OTHER PUBLICATIONS
Nicole Gramlich in Cascarones by I. Mayorga
FILM // MEDIA
The Panza Monologues DVD. Directed, co-written, designed, and produced by Irma Mayorga. Performed and co-written by Virginia Grise. Los Angeles, CA: Backyard Productions, 2009. DVD.
Review: Herrera, Patricia. "Power to the Panza!: Feminist Body Politics in The Panza Monologues (Video Performance Review)." Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of Mujeres Activas En Letras Y Cambio Social 10, no. 2 (2011): 206-11.
REFEREED BOOK CHAPTERS
“Invisibility’s Contusions: Violence in Cherríe Moraga’s Heroes and Saints and The Hungry Woman and
Luis Valdez’s Zoot Suit.” In Violence in American Drama: Essays on Its Staging, Meanings and Effects. Edited by Alfonso Ceballos Munoz, Ramón Espejo Romero, and Bernardo Muñoz Martinez. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland. 2011.
“Homecoming: The Politics of Myth and Location in Cherríe Moraga’s The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea and Heart of the Earth: A Popol Vuh Story.” Afterward in The Hungry Woman by Cherríe Moraga. Albuquerque, NM: West End Press. 155-63. 2001.
REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
“Power to the Panza: The Politics of Panza Positive Cultural Production,” (with Virginia Grise), National Association of Chicana/o Studies Annual Conference, online conference proceedings, March 2008.
“Power to the Panza: The Politics of Panza Positive Cultural Production,” (with Virginia Grise), National Association of Chicana/o Studies Annual Conference, online proceedings, March 2008. (peer reviewed).
"Re(a)d Roots: Grounding History, Identity, and Performance in the work of Celia Herrera Rodríguez.” Beginning a New Millennium of Chicana and Chicano Scholarship: Selected Proceedings of the 2001 NACCS Conference. SJSU Scholar Works. 2001. http://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/naccs/2001/ Proceedings/16/. (invited)
“Our Alamo: Resistant Theatricality in Kathy Vargas’s ‘My Alamo’ Photomontage Series.” Women's Studies: An inter-disciplinary journal, April-May 2009, v38 i3, 312-341. (peer reviewed).
INVITED CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
“Introduction: Javier Antonio González and Caborca Theater’s Zoetrope: Part 1.” In Encuentro 2014: Encountering Latina/o Theatre and Performance. Eds. Trevor Boffone, Teresa Marrero, and Chantal Rodríguez. Northwestern University Press (in press). Expected 2018. A critical introduction to accompany the publication of the play Zoetrope: Part 1 in this forthcoming anthology.
“The Copper Thieves.” Imagined Theatres: Writing for a Theoretical Stage. Collected and edited by Daniel Sack. New York: Routledge, 2017.
“Gloss: The Copper Thieves.” In Imagined Theatres: Writing for a Theoretical Stage. Collected and edited by Daniel Sack, 49. New York: Routledge, 2017.
“A Gloss on Erik Ehn’s Crow Takes Hat.” Imagined Theatres: Writing for a Theoretical Stage. Collected and edited by Daniel Sack. New York: Routledge, 2017.
“A Gloss on Nia Witherspoon’s SHE.” Imagined Theatres: Writing for a Theoretical Stage. Collected and edited by Daniel Sack. New York: Routledge, 2017.
“Principios.” In Cultural Conversations: Works in Progress - Writers in the Making, edited by Susan B. Russell, 9-12. 1st ed. Vol. 1. Berlin: Eifrig Publishing, 2011.
INVITED JOURNAL ARTICLES
“Keynote Address Delivered at the Mid-America Theatre Conference: En Ser Inspirado | On Being Inspired.” Theatre History Studies 35, no. 1 (2016): 301-320. http://muse.jhu.edu/.
Guest Columnist. The San Antonio Current. 2004.
“Messages from America.” VIDA: A Latina Literary Review at Mount Holyoke College, 2001. 33-42.
PERFORMANCE AND BOOK REVIEWS
Book Review. "Latin Numbers: Playing Latino in Twentieth-Century U.S. Popular Performance by Brian Eugenio Herrera." Latino Studies. Palgrave-MacMillan. Fall 2016. (invited)
Book Review. "Maria Irene Fornes by Scott Cummings." Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 28, no. 2 (Spring 2014). (invited)
Performance Review. "blu (world premiere) by Virginia Grise." Company of Angels Theater. Los Angeles, CA. Theatre Journal, Volume 64, Number 3, October 2012, pp. 412-414.
ENTRIES IN REFERENCE WORKS
“Cherríe Moraga.” Dictionary of Literary Biography: Twentieth-Century American Dramatists, Fourth Series, v. 266. Detroit, MI: Gale Group. 2002.
PLAYS IN ANTHOLOGIES
¡STICK!: a short story of texas mexican education. (Co-author, Virginia Grise). Cultural Conversations: Works in Progress - Writers in the Making. Edited by Susan Russell. Berlin: Eifrig Publishing, LLC, 2011.
“Solace in Politics: An interview with playwright Ricardo Bracho.” Ollantay Theatre Magazine, Fall 2008. 47-56. 2008. (peer reviewed)
Mayorga, Irma and Olga Sanchez. “Introducing Ignited: Communiques from the LTC's El Fuego Initiative.”
HowlRound.com. 24 October 2016. http://howlround.com/introducing-ignited-communiques-from-the-ltc-s-el-fuego-initiative.
Gómez, Magdalena, Irma Mayorga, Marisela Treviño Orta, Elaine Romero, and Martin Zimmerman. “Should Latina/o Roles Be Cast with Non-Latina/o Actors?” Café Onda. Eds. Trevor Buffone and Emily Aguilar Thomas. HowlRound.com, 6 December 2015. http://howlround.com/should-latinao-roles-be-cast-with-non-latinao-actors. Café Onda is the official, curated blog of the Latina/o Theatre Commons.
“Voraciously Curious, Socially Conscientious.” TCG circle. Theatre Communications Group, Feb. 2014. http://www.tcgcircle.org/2014/02/voraciously-curious-socially-conscientious/.
“Irma Mayorga talks 3030.” NoPassport. Caridad Svich & NoPassport, 9 February 2014. http://nopassport.org/blog/csvich/02/09/irma-mayorga-talks-3030.
“Making History, Making Texas.” San Antonio Current, April 3, 2003, Arts, Etc. sec. http://www.sacurrent.com/sanantonio/making-history-making-texas/Content?oid=2267283.
“Women—Making History, Making Texas.” San Antonio Current, April 3, 2003, Arts, Etc. sec. http://www.sacurrent.com/sanantonio/women-andmdash-making-history-making-texas/Content?oid=2267284
“Cowpunched.” San Antonio Current, May 1, 2003, Arts, Etc. sec. http://www.sacurrent.com/sanantonio/cowpunched/Content?oid=2267493.
Series Co-editor/curator/liaison (with Olga Sanchez). “Ignited: Communiques from the LTC’s EL FUEGO initiative.” Café Onda and HowlRound.com, 2016-present. Café Onda is the official, online journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons.
Articles published under this series, editorial work by Irma Mayorga & Olga Sanchez
Ignited: Interview with Ricardo Gutiérrez by Laura Lodewyck
Ignited: El Payaso in Flint by Olga Sanchez Saltveit
Ignited: Healing Activist Trauma in Su Teatro’s Production of Milta Ortiz’s Más by Marci R. McMahon
Ignited: Diane Rodríguez’s The Sweetheart Deal: A Chicana Heroine Redirects El Movimiento
by Marci R. McMahon (in press)