Henry D. Godinez
Henry D. Godinez is a professor in the Department of Theatre at Northwestern and the Resident Artistic Associate at the Goodman Theatre. At Goodman he recently performed in 2666, directed by Robert Falls and Seth Bockley, directed the world premiere of Charise Castro Smith’s Feathers and Teeth, and in 2013, as director of the Latino Theatre Festival, fostered Goodman’s co-production of Pedro Páramo with Teatro Buendía of Cuba. Born in Havana, Cuba, Godinez is the co-founder and former artistic director of Teatro Vista, co-editor of Festival Latino: Six Plays (NU Press) and proudly serves on the Board of Directors of the Illinois Arts Council Agency, Northwestern University Press and Albany Park Theater Project.
Stories by Henry D. Godinez