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Myrna Salazar, co-founder of the Chicago Latino Theater Alliance

Joe Mazza

Remembering Chicago theater legend Myrna Salazar

Myrna Salazar was most known for lifting up Latino talent and creating opportunities for them to succeed in the arts and entertainment. In 2016, she co-founded and became the executive director of the Chicago Latino Theater Alliance.

Reset learns more about the legacy she leaves behind and her lasting impact on the local Latino theater community.

GUESTS: Sara Carranza, director of communications for the Chicago Latino Theater Alliance

Christine Pérez, manager of artists and community partnership for the Chicago Latino Theater Alliance

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