LCTP addresses a range of activities, companies, and artists, comprising chapters on the following: Toronto-based Aluna Theatre's collaborations with Colombian performers; Victoria's PUENTE Theatre, founded by Lina de Guevara; the Alameda Theatre Company, founded by Marilo Nunez; the Imaginary Homelands project, which links Canadian and Colombian artists in explorations and enactments of the displacements and borderlands entailed in globalized migrant identities; and a complex of emerging Latina/o Canadian theatre companies in Toronto (including New Teatro, Teatro Crisalida, Double Double Performing Arts, the Apus Coop, and Teatro Libre).
One of the most important contributions of LCTP and FV is to tease out the production histories of companies like Aluna, PUENTE, and Alameda; this constitutes important path-breaking research.
The LCTP provides SBCT commanders with TRADOC delivered leader conversion events that are doctrine-based and transformation-focused.
In terms of the three-course format and the supporting course curriculum, the entire LCTP requires minimal revision to meet the needs of a UA commander.
LCTP is not a destination, but rather the first step in a different direction.