claimed that in approximating the mainstream, recent queer theater has ceased to be radical. When she asked Reyes why he avoids graphic displays of sex in his work, he responded, “I don’t believe that sex needs to be shown explicitly. There are ways to provoke people, and I prefer intellectual provocation” (“Living between Worlds” 119).
Men on the Verge of a His-panic Breakdown. In Staging Gay Lives: An Anthology of Contemporary Gay Theater. Ed. John M. Clum. Boulder: Westview, 1996. 405–24. Produced at Celebration Theater, Los Angeles, 6 June 1994. Dir. Joseph Megel. Starring Felix A. Pire.
Chilean Holiday. In Humana Festival ’96: The Complete Plays. Ed. Michael Bigelow Dixon and Liz Engelman. Lyme: Smith and Kraus, 1996. 189–237. Produced at Actors Theater of Louisville, Humana Festival ’96, Mar. 1996. Dir. Lillian Garrett-Groag.
Deporting the Divas. In Gestos 27 (Apr. 1999): 109–58. Produced at Celebration Theater, Los Angeles, Apr. 1996. Dir. Jorge Huerta.
“The Latin American Writer: Writing in English.” Latin American Theatre Review 31.1 (Fall 1997): 113–15.
“The Straight Friend Who Came to Dinner.” Bésame mucho. Ed. Jaime Manrique with Jesse Dorris. New York: Painted Leaf Press, 1999. 6–30.
Clum, John M. Editor’s introduction to Men on the Verge of a His-panic Breakdown. Staging Gay Lives: An Anthology of Contemporary Gay Theater . Ed. John M. Clum. Boulder: Westview, 1996. 401–4.
Foster, David W. “Guillermo Reyes’s Deporting the Divas.” Gestos 27 (Apr. 1999): 103–8.
Huerta, Jorge. “Rebelling against Damnation: Out of the Closet, Slowly.” Chicano Drama: Performance, Society, Myth. New York: Cambridge UP, 2000. 140–82.
Lockhart, Melissa Fitch. “Living between Worlds: An Interview with Guillermo Reyes.” Latin American Theatre Review 31.1 (Fall 1997): 117–21.
——. “Queer Representations in Latino Theatre.” Latin American Theatre Review 31.2 (Spring 1998): 67–78.