* - indicates publication was refereed/peer-reviewed
Espinosa, Micha, and Cynthia Decure, editors. Latinx Actor Training: Critical Approaches and Culturally Inclusive Pedagogies. Routledge, forthcoming 2022.
Espinosa, Micha. “Vocal Interventions.” Exercises for Rebel Artists: Radical Performance Pedagogy, edited by Guillermo Gomez-Pena and Roberto Sifuentes, Routledge, forthcoming 2020.
“Episode 26: A Conversation with Micha Espinosa.” In a Manner of Speaking from Paul Meier Dialect Services, Mar. 2020 (forthcoming), https://www.paulmeier.com/in-a-manner-of-speaking.
Espinosa, Micha, and Cynthia Decure, editors. Scenes for Latinx Actors: Voices of the New American Theatre. Smith and Krause, 2019.[i] (Winner of a Latino Book Award in 2019.)[ii]
*Espinosa, Micha. Review of The Expressive Actor, Integrated Voice, Movement, and Actor Training, by Michael Lugering. Voice and Speech Review, vol. 10, no. 1, 2016, pp. 83-85.
Espinosa, Micha. “Casting seminar at ASU.” SAG/AFTRA Newsletter, Nov. 2015, https://www.sagaftra.org
Espinosa, Micha. “Students Learn on Indie Project.” SAG/AFTRA Newsletter, Nov. 2014, https://www.sagaftra.org
Espinosa, Micha. “The Latino Theatre Commons, the 2014 National Convening.” VASTA Voices, Nov. 2014, http://www.vasta.org
*Espinosa, Micha. “Teaching in Cuba: A Voice Teacher’s Perceptions of Two Contrasting Learning Environments and The Effects of Commodification.” Voice and Speech Review, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 157-168.[iii]
Espinosa, Micha, editor. Monologues for Latino/a Actors: A Resource Guide to the Contemporary Latino/a Playwrights for Students and Teachers. Smith and Krause, 2014. (Winner of 2015 Latino Book Award for Resource Guide).
*Espinosa, Micha. “A Call to Action: Embracing the Cultural Voice or Taming the Wild Tongue.” A World of Voice, Voice and Speech Across Culture, special issue of Voice and Speech Review, vol. 7, no. 1, 2011, pp. 75-86.[iv]
Espinosa, Micha, and Antonio Ocampo-Guzman. “Identity Politics and the Training of Latino Actors.” The Politics of American Actor Training, edited by Ellen Margolis and Lissa Tyler Renaud, Routledge, 2010, pp. 150-161. [v]
*Espinosa, Micha. “Insights into the Challenges Latino Students Face While Training in Theatre.” Shakespeare Around the Globe: Essays on Voice and Speech, edited by Voice and Speech Review, University Readers, 2005, pp. 129-143.[vi]
Espinosa, Micha, and Geoffrey Stephenson. “One Voice: Integrating Singing Technique and Theatre Voice Training.” Shakespeare Around the Globe: Essays on Voice and Speech, edited by Voice and Speech Review, University Readers, 2005, pp. 388-390.
*Espinosa, Micha. “Inner Voices and Tsunamis.” The Journal of Intergroup Relations, vol. 32, no. 1, 2005, pp. 85-87.[vii]
Espinosa, Micha. Review of Dreamers Theatre’s production of The Dreamer Who Unlocked the Secrets of the Universe by Manuel Martinez. Coral Gables Gazette [Coral Gables, FL], Apr. 2003.
Espinosa, Micha. Review of Actors Playhouse’s production of Floyd Collins (book by Tina Landau and music and lyrics by Adam Guettel. Coral Gables Gazette [Coral Gables, FL], Mar. 2003.
[i] Smith and Kraus Publishers, founded in 1990, is the largest publisher of trade theater books in the United States.
[ii] Scenebook for Latinx Actors won 2nd place in the Academic Resource Category from Latino Literacy Now.
[iii] Voice and Speech Review (VSR) is the scholarly journal of record for the voice and speech profession. VASTA is the only organization that publishes a journal for voice and speech professionals in the performing arts, and the VSR is the first journal of its kind. It features writing about cutting-edge theory and practice in the many aspects of voice and speech work. The VSR is the only scholarly journal that exclusively publishes work about voice and speech training for stage, film, TV and radio.
[iv] Cited in: Oram, Daron. “De-colonizing listening: Toward an Equitable Approach to Speech Training for the Actor.” Voice and Speech Review, vol. 13, no. 3, 2019, pp. 279-297. https://doi.org/10.1080/23268263.2019.1627745
[v] This chapter was developed and inspired by a series of bilingual workshops. It has been cited in the following works:Enriquez, Maria Soyla. Learning How to Do It: Local, Regional, and National Latinx Theatre Alliance Building in the 21st Century. 2019. University of Pittsburgh, PhD dissertation. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/2289657083.
McAllister-Viel, Tara. Training Actors' Voices: Towards an Intercultural/Interdisciplinary Approach. Routledge, 2018.
Mihyang Ginther, Amy. “Dysconscious Racism in Mainstream British Voice Pedagogy and its Potential Effects on Students from Pluralistic Backgrounds in UK Drama Conservatoires.” Voice and Speech Review, vol. 9, no. 1, 2015, pp. 41-60. https://doi.org/10.1080/23268263.2015.1079773
Mihyang Ginther, Amy. “What Distance Can Illuminate: Exploring Accent as Gestus in Brecht's The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui.” Voice and Speech Review, advance online publication, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1080/23268263.2020.1668104
Oram, Daron. “De-colonizing listening: Toward an Equitable Approach to Speech Training for the Actor.” Voice and Speech Review, vol. 13, no. 3, 2019, pp. 279-297. https://doi.org/10.1080/23268263.2019.1627745
Santos-DeCure, Cynthia. L. Miss Quince: Writing and Performing Latina Identity. 2012. California State University, Los Angeles, PhD dissertation. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/1286710066
Thompson, Ayanna. Passing Strange: Shakespeare, Race, and Contemporary America. Oxford University Press, 2011.
[vi] Cited in: Tonning-Kollwitz, Melissa, and Joe Hetterly. “The Current Use of Standard Dialects in Speech Practice and Pedagogy: A Mixed Method Study Examining the VASTA Community in the United States.” Voice and Speech Review, vol. 12, no. 3, 2018, pp. 295-315. https://doi.org/10.1080/23268263.2018.1500195
[vii] The Journal of Intergroup Relations is the journal of record for intergroup relations. Publishes articles to scholars and practitioners in the human rights causes worldwide.