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Arrizón, Alicia, and Lillian Manzor, eds., Latinas on Stage, Third Woman Press, 2000.

This anthology collects performance text, interviews, and critical commentary on numerous aspects of Latina theater.

Howell, Daedulus, "Play Right," in Sonoma County Independent, October 30, 1997.

Howell's interview with Cruz touches upon her childhood, background, and current projects.

Lopez, Tiffany Ana, "Violent Inscriptions: Writing the Body and Making Community in Four Plays by Migdalia Cruz," in Theatre Journal, March 2000.

Lopez analyzes Cruz's juxtaposition of childhood, the human body, and violence, as well as the playwright's development of community in dramatic art.

Trevino, Marisa, "Latina Playwrights Probe Collision of Cultures," in Women's Enews, August 26, 2001.

Trevino discusses contemporary Latina playwrights and the issues they raise in their dramas.

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