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Journal Cover Bulletin of the Comediantes
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   ISSN (Print) 0007-5108 - ISSN (Online) 1944-0928
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  • Prologue
    • Abstract: Triunfos, palmas, satisfacciones mil were the theatrical blessings that Benito Pérez Galdós bestowed on his friend and collaborator María Guerrero in a letter of 15 October 1895 (Menéndez Onrubia, El dramaturgo 140). The specific enterprise in question was Guerrero's initiative for los lunes clásico at the Teatro Español, which brought to life eleven comedias by Lope, Tirso, and Calderón, complementing a parallel series of debuts featured in the viernes de moda (Menéndez Onrubia, Guerrero 73). Another turn-of-the-century luminary, painter Joaquín Sorolla, immortalized Guerrero in one particularly memorable role from this series, depicting her as Finea in Lope's La dama boba.The exuberant portrait of 1906 that hangs ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "De mi muerte triste agüero": La sombra admonitoria en el teatro de
           lope de Vega
    • Abstract: ASOCIADA PARA SIEMPRE al fatal destino de don Alonso Manrique, el caballero de Olmedo, se encuentra la misteriosa sombra que le sale al paso la noche de su muerte. José Fernández Montesinos, admirado de su potencia dramática y eficacia artística, la consideró una de las grandes apariciones sobrenaturales del teatro clásico europeo, parangonable tan solo al espectro del rey Hamlet y a la estatua del comendador don Gonzalo. Las tres, a su juicio, son presencias tan rotundas, tan bien entrelazadas con la trama y con su particular atmósfera, que se imponen al espectador por encima de cualquier duda, "con la fuerza de un convencimiento" (Fernández Montesinos 169). Las criaturas de Shakespeare y Tirso son viejas ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Hermafroditismo sociocultural: Tradición e innovación en La prueba de
           los ingenios de lope de Vega
    • Abstract: EN LOS ÚLTIMOS TREINTA AÑOS se ha asistido a un incremento del interés por parte de la crítica literaria hacia la investigación de asuntos genérico-sexuales en la literatura de la sociedad europea de la primera modernidad. Se ha investigado la manera en que la sociedad de la época reacciona desde un punto de vista legal, religioso y médico frente a la presencia de sexualidades híbridas y relaciones homosexuales, al mismo tiempo que se considera el papel que la literatura de la época ha desempeñado en el debate sobre estos temas.1 En particular, se ha destacado la participación de los escritores de teatro en la discusión de estos asuntos. Los críticos documentan, por un lado, la preocupación de la Europa de la ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Virués's Theater of the Grotesque: Interrogating La gran Semíramis from
           Roman Chronicle to the new York stage
    • Abstract: ALTHOUGH IT IS ONLY A LENGTH of rope dyed in red ink, the messy clump of coils lying downstage center elicits our disgust, fear, and sadness. These are Semíramis's intestines. She sits slumped on the ground a few feet from the throne she once so proudly graced. The stage is bathed in blood-red light; even the golden symbol of a shining sun hanging high above her appears to drip crimson. Our heroine clutches her abdomen, but in vain; her insides have already spilled forth from her wounded midsection. Her story ends here with the same spillage, failure of containment, and transgression of limits that has marked the action from its inception. The grotesque does not respect boundaries.Different theories of the ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Filiación celestinesca del personaje de la Farsa de la Costanza de
           Cristóbal de Castillejo
    • Abstract: LOS ESTUDIOS SOBRE LA MAGIA y sobre la presencia de ésta en la literatura de los Siglos de Oro han alcanzado en los últimos años un desarrollo significativo que permite a los investigadores de hoy acercarse al fenómeno con afiladas herramientas de análisis. Obviamente el centro de gravitación de estos trabajos es la Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea y la importancia de Celestina en el desarrollo de la trama. Fue fundamental para la comprensión de las implicaciones de la magia en la obra de Fernando de Rojas la publicación del artículo de Peter Russell que, a su vez, despertó un interés aún vigente por el estudio de estos temas.1 Además, en los últimos años han surgido una serie de publicaciones que nos permiten ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Santo Tomás de Aquino interpretado en las canciones de La araucana y
           Arauco domado de Lope de Vega
    • Abstract: LOPE DE VEGA ESCRIBE DOS OBRAS sobre la conquista de Chile: el auto sacramental La araucana y la comedia Arauco domado.1 Estos dramas desvelan asuntos político-morales acerca de la naturaleza del hombre americano que surgen a raíz de la conquista. Considerando que la preceptiva de la época asignaba una función educativa al arte, quisiera poner atención a la manifestación de las enseñanzas de Santo Tomás en las canciones de estas obras. Propongo que los dramas se sirven de la música no solo como un recurso para entretener, sino que las canciones también expresan una defensa de la ley natural, ley que Santo Tomás explica en su Suma Teológica:[T]odas las cosas participan de la ley eterna de alguna manera. . . . La ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Civic Responsibility or Directorial Prerogative: Ignacio García's
           Political Staging of Calderón's La cisma de Inglaterra
    • Abstract: "THE LEADING CHARACTERS STAND centre-stage and spout interminably, while the minor figures are only too ready to volunteer a quick précis of what we have already heard" (Spencer). And "the play is drenched in great torrents of spoken imagery, of Gods, suns, fires, fogs and tears of ash that outstrip their dramatic purpose. There is room for some editing here" (Whitebrook). Thus spake two theater critics1 of a 1989 Royal National Theatre Studio production of Calderón's Schism in England, which played at St. Bride's Centre (Edinburgh) in a translation by John (Jo) Clifford. More than a quarter of a century later, these critical reactions were seemingly taken into account, however fortuitously, in Ignacio García's ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Politics and Aesthetics in European Baroque and Classicist Tragedy ed. by
           Jan Bloemendal and Nigel Smith (review)
    • Abstract: TRAGEDY IS ONE OF THE MOST DISTINCTIVE ancient genres, a well-known object of high literary prestige. However, the consensus that surrounds its relevance starts to wane when attempting to come to a definition of the genre itself. Criticism has frequently focused on dissociating the tragic and tragedy as genre (or mode). If somebody, like the two editors of this well-grounded volume, adds furthermore the permeable qualifications Baroque and Classicist to the term tragedy, the challenge is considerable. Nonetheless, the authors in this collection of essays delve forcefully into the intricacies of Baroque and Classicist tragedy with the wish to contribute to the scholarly debate on the use of these terms within the ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • La señora y la criada y El acaso y el error by Pedro Calderón de
           la Barca (review)
    • Abstract: TENEMOS ENTRE MANOS un magnífico estudio, edición crítica y anotación de una comedia calderoniana de la que se conservan dos versiones notablemente revisadas por el dramaturgo.En su rico y extenso estudio introductorio Romero Blázquez se detiene en un punto interesante: El acaso y el error es el único de los dos títulos que Calderón incluye en sus famosas listas de comedias, elaboradas al final de sus días, entre 1679 y 1680. Esto sugiere, a mi juicio, que Calderón consideraría ambas obras una misma comedia, de la que El acaso y el error sería la versión última, hipótesis que vendría corroborada por el hecho de que El acaso y el error es considerablemente más larga que La señora y la criada (3.715 versos frente a ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A History of Theatre in Spain ed. by María M. Delgado and David T.
           Gies (review)
    • Abstract: THIS NEW CONTRIBUTION TO HISPANISM by María M. Delgado and David T. Gies is an unconventional literary history. Because it is a compendium of articles by specialists, A History of Theatre in Spain avoids some of the major pitfalls that plague other literary histories. Single-authored chronicles inevitably offer a limited perspective, as no one scholar can be an expert in every aspect or period of a national literature. Even highly qualified experts in one area—say, the Spanish comedia—may be deficient in others, such as the zarzuela or contemporary feminist theater. However, the editors of A History of Theatre in Spain offer an overview of Spanish theater from the Middle Ages to the twenty-first century provided by ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • La Guerra dels Segadors en comedias y en panfletos ibéricos. Una historia
           contada a dos voces (1640−1652) by Conxita Domènech (review)
    • Abstract: LA GUERRA DE CATALUÑA de mediados del siglo XVII (1640−59), también conocida como Guerra dels Segadors, constituye sin duda un episodio crucial tanto del pasado catalán como de la trayectoria secular de la monarquía hispánica de los Austrias (siglos XVI−XVII). Por esta razón, dicho conflicto ha sido objeto de un tratamiento bastante intensivo de buen comienzo (desde mediados del siglo XIX hasta nuestros días). Y ello hasta el punto de que quizás no sea improcedente a estas alturas preguntarse si una nueva incursión en el asunto no corre el riesgo de incurrir necesaria o fatalmente en la llamada ley de rendimientos (científicos) decrecientes. La respuesta, tal como muestra el reciente libro de Conxita Domènech, es ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Selling Shakespeare: Biography, Bibliography, and the Book Trade by Adam
           G. Hooks (review)
    • Abstract: IN 2013, THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS published a volume titled Shakespeare's Stationers, edited by Martha Straznicky, which comprises some ten contributions from British, Canadian, and American professors. The volume draws attention and lends a voice to this central figure—at once publisher, pressman, and bookseller—of the early modern book world. To quote the subtitle, the essays presented in the book form part of a new discipline—the Cultural Bibliography—advocating greater emphasis on the motivations—the "policies," cultural or otherwise—behind the various stakeholders involved in the production, distribution, sale, and consumption of printed works, with acknowledged inspiration from the career paths of ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Cognitive Approaches to Early Modern Spanish Literature ed. by Isabel
           Jaén and Julien Jacques Simon (review)
    • Abstract: IN 2013 OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS and the Myrifield Institute for Cognition and the Arts at the University of Osnabrück in Germany announced the book series Cognition and Poetics, a joint project with the stated goal to publish "high quality interdisciplinary research at the intersection of the cognitive sciences and the arts." The present volume appears to be the first in the series, with three more slated for publication in 2017 alone. This is indeed a rapidly expanding field.Cognitive Approaches to Early Modern Spanish Literature is the second anthology that Isabel Jaén and Julien Jacques Simon edit in the field of cognitive literary studies. Their prior one, titled Cognitive Literary Studies: Current Themes and ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Segunda parte de comedias, vol. V. No puede ser, Santa Rosa del Perú, La
           fuerza del natural by Agustín Moreto (review)
    • Abstract: MARÍA LUISA LOBATO dirige la edición crítica del teatro completo de Agustín Moreto en colaboración con el Grupo Proteo y la editorial Reichenberger. El volumen V dedicado a la Segunda parte de comedias está compuesto por las obras, (1) No puede ser, (2) Santa Rosa del Perú, y (3) La fuerza del natural, editadas, respectivamente, por María Luisa Lobato y María Ortega, Miguel Zugasti y Alejandro García Reidy. El volumen se abre con una introducción general en la que Lobato ofrece una visión panorámica de la producción teatral de Moreto, contextualiza sus dos periodos creativos y traza la historia de los textos que componen esta la Segunda parte de comedias. Lobato nos proporciona, además, una detallada genealogía de ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama: Canon, Collaboration and Text by James
           Purkis (review)
    • Abstract: JAMES PURKIS PUBLICA un denso trabajo de investigación en torno a la tradición textual manuscrita del teatro clásico inglés que aprovecha los resultados de su tesis doctoral en la Universidad de Western Ontario y también artículos ya publicados por el mismo autor en revistas especializadas de relieve internacional. El libro se organiza en dos partes: la primera analiza en tres capítulos tres manuscritos teatrales de la época: John a Kent and John a Cumber de Anthony Munday, The Captives de Thomas Heywood y The Second Maiden's Tragedy atribuido a Thomas Middleton; la segunda, organizada también en tres capítulos, está centrada en el estudio del famoso manuscrito parcialmente atribuido a Shakespeare, Sir Thomas More. ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Arte nuevo de hacer comedias by Lope deVega (review)
    • Abstract: LOPE DE VEGA'S SPEECH, "dirigido a la Academia de Madrid," was first printed as the Arte nuevo de hacer comedias en este tiempo in his Rimas in February of 1609. In this extensive new edition, a late-maturing fruit of the fourth centenary celebrations of the publication of the poem, the Arte nuevo receives its most minute critical scrutiny and its fullest assessment, at the hands of one of the most influential of modern-day lopistas, Felipe Pedraza.This is a mammoth volume: Pedraza's preliminary remarks trace the gestation of the project (9–14); an introductory study situates the work and records its reception from the seventeenth century to our own (17–81); the text itself follows, unencumbered by footnotes other ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Comedias Parte XIV by Lope de Vega (review)
    • Abstract: PARA LOS QUE ESTUDIAN Y AMAN el teatro español del Siglo de Oro, cada nueva Parte de comedias que publica Prolope es un regalo. No solo nos permite leer doce piezas de Lope de Vega en ediciones solventes, a menudo acompañadas por interesantes consideraciones interpretativas o nuevas aportaciones eruditas sobre fecha y fuentes, sino que nos proporciona un enorme caudal de materiales elaborados críticamente sobre la historia textual de la Parte en su conjunto y de cada una de las comedias que la componen. La gran apuesta metodológica de Prolope, a la que el equipo sigue siendo fiel a lo largo de los años, afinando y mejorando cada vez más criterios y resultados, es de hecho la de utilizar tanto las herramientas de la ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Women and Servants by Lope deVega (review)
    • Abstract: BARBARA FUCHS BRINGS INTO ENGLISH the first translation of Lope de Vega's recently rediscovered Mujeres y Criados (Women and Servants). The first modern Spanish edition of the play (Editorial Gredos, S.A., 2014), thoroughly edited by Syracuse professor Alejandro García-Reidy, adds yet another fine comedy to the copious dramatic works of the Fénix de los Ingenios. The comedy (circa 1613–14) exhibits Lope de Vega's mature metrical style and a well-choreographed interplay of multiple plots. This urban comedy subverts the expected social norms of seventeenth-century Madrid and gives women and servants the wherewithal to dupe nobles and fulfill their amorous desires.The plot revolves around three love triangles. The ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Juliano Apóstata by Luis Vélez de Guevara (review)
    • Abstract: ESTE LIBRO ES UNA EDICIÓN CRÍTICA y comentada de la obra de teatro de Luis Vélez de Guevara, Juliano Apóstata, en la que el autor ecijano (1579−1644) recoge como tema la leyenda de la muerte del Emperador Flavio Claudio Juliano durante su campaña contra los sasánidas en el 363 A.D. a manos del mártir Mercurio (San Mercurio). En el momento histórico en el que fue escrita la obra de Vélez de Guevara—momento de cristianismo exacerbado e intransigente, de autos de fe y de tenebroso rigorismo—la leyenda de la muerte de Juliano, resultado de su fracaso en la expedición contra los sasánidas, se prestaba perfectamente para mostrar al público espectador cómo mueren "los apóstatas", con la intervención implacable y defensora ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • 2016 International Siglo de Oro Drama Festival
    • Abstract: THE 2016 INTERNATIONAL SIGLO DE ORO Drama Festival ran from March 30 to April 2, and, while similar in scope to that of years past, this year's festival was distinctive in that it featured the American debut of a recently discovered play by Lope de Vega (Mujeres y criados) and marked the 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes with a bilingual presentation of selected entremeses (Entremeses cervantinos). A new theatrical adaptation of La Celestina and a unique staging of Lope's lesser-known El príncipe ynocente, featuring the ñaque style of theater, rounded out the festival's program. The performing troupes hailed from Spain (Madrid), Mexico (Ciudad Juárez, Mexico City), and the United States (El ... Read More
      Keywords: Actresses; Vega, Lope de,; Theater and society; García, Ignacio,; Theater; Calderón de la Barca, Pedro,; European drama; Spanish drama; Shakespeare, William,; Spanish literature; Julian,; Siglo de Oro Drama Festival; Drama festivals
      PubDate: 2017-07-25T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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