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Journal Cover Latin American Theatre Review
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  • 50 Years of LATR
    • Abstract: Fifty years ago, shortly after his arrival at the University of Kansas, George Woodyard had the bright idea to create a journal that would be devoted exclusively to Latin American theatre. Latin American Theatre Review, vol. 1, no. 1, appeared in the fall of 1967. A slim fledgling of only 59 pages, it included Margaret Peden’s “Emilio Carballido: curriculum operum,” a study by Ruth Lamb on Rubén Darío’s theatre, an essay by Richard Mazzara on the theatre of Jorge Andrade, and Dan Reedy and Robert Morris’s synopsis of theatre in Lima, along with a list of works in progress by both graduate students and established scholars.Indeed, 1967 marks not only the birth of LATR, but also the establishment of Latin American ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Introduction: Teaching Latin American and Latinx Theatre
    • Abstract: Most of the plays and performance pieces detailed in the pages that follow won’t be seen on the mainstage at a university theater. As Debra Castillo reminded me in a conversation about the student group she founded at Cornell University, Teatrotaller, the target demographic for principal theater spaces skews traditional and requires a strong dose of Shakespeare (or Shakespeare and Marlowe, as more and more theatre historiographers would have it, at least for the Henry VI plays) and other similar fare. Despite—or because of—this sidelining, however, unconventional plays and performances are brought to life in astonishing ways and in multiple venues. And they engage and impact participants (readers, student actors ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Making it Relevant: Reflections on the Teaching of Brazilian Theatre in
           the United States
    • Abstract: In the “Up Front” section of a recent issue of Theater dedicated to the Brazilian stage, editor Tom Sellar expresses his surprise at “how little of Brazil’s contemporary theater is seen in North America. […] Few of its writers, directors, and companies work or even tour here, despite the abundance of exciting voices and a new generation of artists. Perhaps language is the problem: the United States has many Spanish speakers and corresponding theaters, but Brazilian Portuguese remains an obstacle” (1). In her article in the same issue of the prestigious journal, theater director and scholar Cláudia Tatinge Nascimento references “a dynamic that has long configured Brazil as the other Latin America,” for, despite the ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Practical Approach to Teaching Mexican Political Cabaret
    • Abstract: With its penchant for dissecting and criticizing imperialism, authoritarianism, consumerism, and patriarchal structures, contemporary Mexican political cabaret (MPC) has captured the attention of progressive scholars and performers in the US. This is not surprising as, from its start in the late 1970s, MPC has aimed to connect Mexican concerns to larger political issues using a multifaceted approach that combines academic theatre techniques and popular culture, as well as the personal and the political. The visibility of MPC as an art movement that may take place both on stage and in the streets, and its enormous potential to bridge the gap between social classes and groups by appealing to diverse audiences, makes ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Mexican “History” in and as Theatre in the Classroom and
           Beyond
    • Abstract: Extraña escritura, la historia de México.Theatre is history by other means.History books routinely describe past events in dramatic terms such as tragedy, conflict, climax, protagonist, and antagonist. In the case of Mexico, history is represented both as theatre and through the theatre. Since Rodolfo Usigli’s El gesticulador (1938), the theatres of Mexico City and elsewhere have served as a staging ground for the re-thinking and re-presentation of past episodes of Mexican history. In El gesticulador and his three anti-historical Coronas, Usigli relied on the inherently theatrical nature of history to unmask the hypocrisy and deceitfulness endemic to Mexico’s political system. Unfortunately, his statement that ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Devising as Pedagogical Practice in Latin American Theatre
    • Abstract: In 2005, the Association for Theatre in Higher Education devoted a special issue of its journal, Theatre Topics, to the question of devising, referencing a terrain well-mapped in theatre scholarship yet still somewhat controversial in pedagogical terms. “Devising” includes the collective creation of scripts (in practice, often based on ethnographic material or on adaptations of narrative texts or of existing classical plays) as well as the collective development of performances through extensive use of improvisational body work that often takes the form of nonvocal explorations of directorial prompts. Devised productions have been much praised in reviews of work done in professional contexts, especially in the form ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Teaching Latin American Migrations Through Theater
    • Abstract: Several years ago, I developed a course called “Theater and Immigration” because I wanted to complicate my students’ notion of what “the border” was and is and where immigration happens or has happened in Latin America. The concept of migration offers a useful organizing principle for an introduction to Latin American theater, as it encompasses multiple theater styles and practices. Issues of migration, moreover, are often in the news and likely to stay there (in Latin America and beyond), thereby offering a point of entry for students who may not have studied theater in the past. Migration in its multiple forms (immigration, emigration, exile, return) has a long history in the theaters of the Americas, including ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Coyote-Scholar in the Doctoral Theatre and Performance Studies
           Classroom: Reading Rabinal Achí, Güegüence, sor Juana, and Rascón
           Banda
    • Abstract: Over a decade ago, I opened my first Theatre Journal editorial column with the concept of the coyote-scholar as proposed by Delia Poey in her book Latino American Literature in the Classroom: The Politics of Transformation. For Poey, we coyote-scholars participate in transporting marginalized texts into academic discourse, which means we must “accept a certain degree of responsibility in how and to what ends we transport texts across borders and boundaries” (93).1 I encouraged the journal’s readers, in their majority theatre and performance studies scholars, to consider the perturbing, disrupting, and recontextualizing potential of coyote-scholarship. Shortly after writing that column, I joined the faculty at the ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Art of Production: Staging Latin(o) American Plays
    • Abstract: In his celebrated book The Empty Space, Peter Brook writes that “[a] man walks across [an] empty space while someone else is watching him, and this is all that is needed for an act of theatre to be engaged” (7). While many of us teach Latin American or US Latino theatre at the university level as literature or with a literary perspective, it is through the praxis of theatre production that our students begin to grasp the value of how to apply theory to their understanding of the plays and their visualization of the body on stage. In today’s university climate, literature has often been pushed to the margins, and cultural and performance studies have become a more central focus. Teaching a hybrid class, where ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Campesino’s Early Actos as Templates for Today’s Students
    • Abstract: In 1965, Luis Valdez and a group of striking farm workers formed the Teatro Campesino (Farm Workers’ Theater) as the cultural and educational arm of the farm worker’s union being organized by Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta. Under Valdez’s direction, this raggle-taggle troupe gave a face to those invisible workers, collectively creating and performing what Valdez termed actos: short, comic sketches that satirized enemies while calling for a union contract. Other than Valdez, these farm workers-cum actors had no theatrical training; few had a formal education. But they had a cause, and their performances of huelga (strike) songs and actos motivated farm workers to join the union. When they left the fields to take ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Service Learning: Staging Hispanic Theatre for Bilingual Elementary
           Students
    • Abstract: The term “children’s theatre” (teatro infantil in Spanish) has various meanings. In addition to theatre performed by children, it includes theatre for young audiences. The latter generally takes shape in one of two ways: either one-off performances for children or what is often called Theater in Education (TiE), which is British in origin. Chief among the differences between these two forms of theatre for young audiences is TiE’s emphasis on patterned activities that accompany the performance and support learning through participatory exercises designed to enhance critical inquiry.This essay will describe a unique service-learning course in which my advanced undergraduate students, utilizing TiE practices, stage ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Expanding the American and Latina/o Theatre History Canons: The Case of
           Josefina Niggli
    • Abstract: Despite the popularity of her plays in the 1930s and her accomplishments as a best-selling novelist, Hollywood screenplay writer and theatre educator, Josefina Niggli remains relatively obscure in US theatre studies. As Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez states, Niggli “rose to acclaim in an era when women were neither encouraged to pursue careers nor greatly distinguished […] Like other great women trailblazers, Niggli was an independent woman ahead of her time” (2). The fact that she was a Mexican immigrant writing popular plays in English for people in North Carolina—and that she was college educated—makes her seem like both a quirky historical novelty and an unprecedented achievement of her time. Without a doubt ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • (un)Learning Curves: Stripping the Myth of the “Real” Woman
    • Abstract: In the computer laboratory, a collection of Latina students voluntarily summons digital avatars to communicate their online presence for a course in Latina drama. “I’m not Latina enough, so I’m going to choose an image of Frida Kahlo to represent me in this class. Okay?” Just like that, a Latina college student can erase/copy/paste/replace her body with what was not Kahlo, actually, but actress Salma Hayek as Kahlo—a doubly imagined icon emphasizing curves and darker, hirsute skin. It took only a few clicks, thanks to the illusion-producing anonymity associated with formulating digital identities. This was my first time teaching Latina drama as a hybrid course—that is, a blended mode in which class meetings ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Theatre and Mass Culture: Pedagogical Tools for Stimulating Critical
           Thinking
    • Abstract: In the cultural historiography of Latin America, a region marked by five centuries of social, cultural, and political change, the question of which interpretive categories to employ to comprehend social realities remains open to debate. Latin America has been described as peripheral, postcolonial, and postmodern, among other things. However, the changes brought about by the phenomenon termed “globalization” have made it imperative to rethink how we make sense of this great terminological variety. Analyzing theatrical or dramatic projects that refer to the effects of globalization, both directly or indirectly, is a useful and creative pedagogical tool in promoting critical thinking in the classroom.1 In this essay I ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Hispanic Caribbean Theatre on the Move: Crossing Borders, Redefining
           Boundaries
    • Abstract: As theatre and performance scholar Shannon Jackson has noted, “[t]o the extent that the discernment and dissemination of knowledge requires boundedness and containment, performance has fared unevenly in the academy” (6). Neither drama as literature nor production-focused dramatic theatre has occupied a central space in humanistic studies as both defy the boundaries that define academic disciplines. Whether a scholar performs exegeses of dramatic texts or produces a play, questions of embodiment, kinesthetics, affect, images, words, sound, and space inform the analysis of theatre and drama, making it variously align with “theories of embodiment, at times with studies of emotion, at times with architectural analysis ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Re-Imagining Screen and Stage in a Human Rights-Centered Curriculum
    • Abstract: This essay explores the benefits of teaching and learning Latin American theatre in dialogue with film. Specifically, I discuss the dialogue between documentary modes of performance in the context of interdisciplinary courses on human rights and the arts that I have designed and taught in a Latin American studies program at American University. Though I teach advanced undergraduate and master’s level courses through the Department of World Languages and Cultures in the College of Arts and Sciences, many of my students come from the School of International Service, the School of Communication, and the Kogod School of Business. Schools across American University share a commitment to prioritizing research on human ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Mexico City’s Spring 2016 Theatre Season
    • Abstract: I saw a claim in Mexico City this year that it boasts the third-most theatre of any city in the world, behind only London and New York City. I could not track the methodology behind the claim (most theaters? most performances? most plays performed in a year? most spectators?), nor was I able to find who originally made the claim. Nevertheless, if true it would not surprise me, as Mexico City’s theatre world continues to be vibrant, with hundreds of plays of many varieties performed every week. A diligent theater-goer can find plays every night of the week, while on Saturdays and Sundays, with planning and perseverance, one can see 3-4 per day. Additionally, theatre performances for school audiences happen every ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Teatro Vista Stages Chicago Premiere of In the Time of the Butterflies
    • Abstract: In April and May 2016, Chicago’s Teatro Vista premiered for its city In the Time of the Butterflies by Caridad Svich.1 Staged in the intimate Richard Christiansen Theater at The Biograph in Lincoln Park, the play was received by an enthusiastic, predominately Latino/a audience of about 75 people, including couples, groups of friends, and students, who nearly filled the theater on the last weekend before the show’s closing.As could be expected by those familiar with Julia Álvarez’s acclaimed novel, the theatrical adaptation also explores the brave actions of the revolutionary Mirabal sisters—Patria, Minerva, María Teresa, and Dedé—, also known as “Las Mariposas,” during the dictatorial regime of General Rafael ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Elizabeth I en clave argentina
    • Abstract: En el marco de las conmemoraciones a William Shakespeare al cumplirse 400 años de su muerte, algo que —según admiten sin un dejo de ironía los ingleses— ha tenido más repercusión en el exterior que en el Reino Unido, en la Argentina han surgido distintas formas de homenajear al gran poeta y dramaturgo de todos los tiempos. Este monólogo del dramaturgo argentino Matías Catopodis, quien escribió el texto especialmente para esta oportunidad, funciona a la perfección en castellano rioplatense contemporáneo, cuya naturalidad es tan sorprendente como agradable. La impecable dicción de la intérprete Lucía Ballefin Benites, junto con la dirección de Alejandro Zucco, logra resaltar el texto.Al comienzo de la obra, que dura ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Entrevista a Elena Guiochins
    • Abstract: “Como dramaturga evito siempre etiquetarme a mí misma, porque me considero emergiendo continuamente conforme se desarrolla mi destino, a pesar de vivir en una sociedad que valora por encima de todas las cosas que todo debe estar etiquetado en una consecución de metas”Elena Guiochins nació en el puerto de Veracruz, en el estado mexicano del mismo nombre en 1969. Obtuvo su Licenciatura en Educación Artística con perfil diferenciado en teatro por la Universidad Veracruzana. Es miembro del Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte 2009-2012 y autora de treinta obras teatrales, casi todas publicadas y estrenadas, entre las que destacan: Mutis (1997), Plagio de palabras (2000), Caída libre (2005), Bellas atroces (2007) ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Una vida en el teatro: Jesús Valdés, primer actor de Saltillo
    • Abstract: Aunque su capacidad histriónica le permitió interpretar a los más selectos personajes del teatro universal y fue invitado a formar parte de diversas compañías nacionales, Jesús Luis Valdés Oyervides (1950–2015) nunca abandonó su terruño. En los escenarios de su natal Saltillo, Coahuila, totalmente consagrado a su público, Chuy Valdés representó desde textos clásicos y renacentistas hasta dramas contemporáneos y de vanguardia. Fungió como actor, director de escena y maestro de teatro; dirigió compañías teatrales y consiguió recursos para sostener sus temporadas. Formó nuevas generaciones de actores y terminó por convertirse en personaje emblemático del medio artístico local. Ingenioso y afable pero también ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Manual y guía del payaso callejero by Fernando Cavarozzi (review)
    • Abstract: Manual y guía del payaso callejero es la primera publicación de Fernando Cavarozzi, conocido como el Payaso Chacovachi, artista excepcional y figura clave para comprender los desarrollos del teatro argentino, en particular el circo y el teatro de calle, en Latinoamérica, Europa y África. Se trata de un volumen que reúne algunos de los elementos que conforman la filosofía del payaso callejero que Chacovachi viene construyendo desde 1983 y que ha encarnado, entre otros, los espectáculos ¡Cuidado! Un payaso malo puede arruinar tu vida, Fritos y refritos (con Maku Fanchulini), el más reciente Juego de malos (con Ricardo Streiff) y las funciones del Circo Vachi.Realizado en conjunto con el Colectivo Contramar, el libro ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Mi patria es el escenario. Biografía a dos voces de Juan Carlos Gené by
           Olga Cosentino (review)
    • Abstract: La labor de Juan Carlos Gené (Buenos Aires, 1928-2012) constituye uno de los capítulos excepcionales de la historia de las artes del espectáculo en Latinoamérica. Dramaturgo, actor, director teatral, guionista de televisión y de cine, docente, gestor y político cultural, teórico, militante peronista, Gené fue un exiliado que religó teatralmente el continente hispanoamericano al fundar en Venezuela el TAP (Taller Actoral Permanente, integrado en su mayoría por actores exiliados de diferentes países latinoamericanos), luego transformado en el Grupo Actoral 80. Gené desarrolló múltiples tareas, siempre con excelencia, y se dejó atravesar por los acontecimientos políticos de su tiempo, con respuestas de potente ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Nuevas orientaciones en teoría y análisis teatral: homenaje a Patricio
           Esteve by Jorge Dubatti (review)
    • Abstract: El Instituto de Artes del Espectáculo (IAE) de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad de Buenos Aires presenta el volumen inaugural de la Serie Homenajes: Nuevas orientaciones en teoría y análisis teatral, coordinado por Jorge Dubatti, director concursado al frente de dicha institución. La colección busca contribuir a la memoria de los docentes e investigadores del IAE, a un año de cumplir cuatro décadas de actividad ininterrumpida en el marco de la investigación teórica y crítica de las artes escénicas. En ese sentido, a modo de introducción, la Dra. Amalia Iniesta Cámara evoca los recorridos de la figura homenajeada por el volumen, Patricio Esteve (director del IAE en 1984), al reseñar su ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Theatre of the Borderlands: Conflict, Violence, and Healing by Iani del
           Rosario Moreno (review)
    • Abstract: During recent decades, a group of playwrights has built theatrical careers and reputations along the northern border of Mexico, giving birth to the Teatro del Norte, a collective of dramatists bound together by geographic, political, historical, and economic ties to a liminal space where Mexican culture and US influences converge. Iani Moreno posits that as a result of the authors’ lived experience in this fragmented and contested environment, an emergent theatrical voice has emerged, united in a shared visual and linguistic aesthetic that serves as the object of study for her monograph Theatre of the Borderlands.Moreno’s text is divided into six chapters, each of which explores several recent plays that address ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Neoliberalism and Global Theatres: Performance Permutations ed. by Laura
           D. Nielsen and Patricia Ybarra (review)
    • Abstract: In the introduction to this 2015 paperback edition of the original 2012 book, the editors reiterate their original goals of incorporating a critical view of neoliberal economics and their effects on culture and the arts, in particular, the way that performance and theatre respond to a global market. Editors Laura Nielsen and Patricia Ybarra have compiled a collection of scholarly essays that examine how the arts, specifically theatre and performance, examine and challenge increased globalization and markets. In the introduction, the editors provide a clear and concise working definition for scholars unfamiliar with neoliberal economics, explaining how it differs from globalization or globalized capitalism (ix). The ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Cuando se detiene la palabra by Omar Pacheco (review)
    • Abstract: Cuando se detiene la palabra, el primer libro del director argentino Omar Pacheco, sintetiza su filosofía y su praxis artística. Pacheco es director de su propia sala, La Otra Orilla, y junto a su grupo Teatro Libre ha realizado los espectáculos Memoria (1993), Cinco puertas (1997), Cautiverio (2001), La cuna vacía (2006) y Del otro lado del mar (2005), entre otros.El libro cuenta con prólogos de Víctor Hugo Morales y Rodolfo Braceli y se completa con una exhaustiva entrevista realizada por Jorge Dubatti entre junio y julio de 2015, titulada “Otro camino posible”, en la cual recorre los principales hitos de la trayectoria de Pacheco tanto en el teatro independiente como en el teatro comercial. La entrevista indaga ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Un relámpago sobre el lago: selección de artículos y escritos sobre
           teatro by Patricio Vallejo Aristizábal (review)
    • Abstract: Leer las reflexiones del dramaturgo, director, investigador y pedagogo insigne Patricio Vallejo Aristizábal presentadas en la colección Un relámpago sobre el lago es un sumergirse en poesía y caminar por el paisaje íntimo de la mente alucinante de un creador apasionado. Vallejo Aristizábal, quien fundó en 1991 el grupo experimental Contraelviento, se presenta como artista sensible y comprometido, con la habilidad de conectar todos los aspectos de su vida, incluso los recuerdos cotidianos de su niñez, con su pasión por las múltiples dimensiones del teatro. Esta colección de ensayos es un himno al proceso artístico y un grito en nombre del teatro auténtico, arriesgado y transformativo, cada vez más importante en una ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin American drama; Theater; Brazilian drama; Mexican drama; Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.); Political plays, Mexican; Mexico; Latin America; Wit and humor; American drama; Service learning; Hispanic American drama (Spanish); Niggli, Josefina,;
      PubDate: 2017-03-01T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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