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Later he tells Alfonso that he would like to put his scarf around his friend to keep him warm but is instead seen strangling him.

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Roberto Cossa simply explains that when “nos echaron a todos del teatro y de la literatura, nos juntamos todos. Gorostiza, 7 Whereas in the commercial theatre the emphasis was placed on the wishes of the entrepreneur who owned the theatre, the emphasis in the independent theatres was on the collective.

Justo, La Cortina, Espondeo, Tinglado Libre Teatro and 13 Intimo de la Peiia are some of the more famous independent theatres in Buenos Aires, not to mention others that sprang up in the suburbs and surrounding cities. Tengo deuda con todo el mundo que hace teatro. Gambaro, in an interview with Miguel Angel Giella, explained teagro one of the main reasons for the failure was the genre: Gambqro the late ’60’s, a growing socio-political crisis in Argentina served as an impetus to bridge the gap between dissenting members of the theatre world.

Most of the leading playwrights of the ‘s are still producing theatre today and a younger generation of playwrights is following in their footsteps. Such treatment gives rise to il teatro del grottesco. Ricardo Talesnik, Roberto Cossa, German Rozenmacher and Carlos Somigliana, calling themselves the “Grupo de Autores,” collaborated on the play Avion negro which dealt with the hypothetical return of Peron.

Mention will be made of the various dramatic styles upon which her work is founded, namely the Theatre of the Griseldda, Antonin Artaud’s Theatre of Cruelty and Armando Discepolo’s grotesco criollo. It was intended as an griselra albeit scathing denunciation of the waning regime. This is partly due to the fact that Argentina, more than any other Latin American country, has for nearly one hundred and fifty years been open to immigration from abroad. One never really knows what country one is living in, because the two co-exist.

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Almost all the texts 30 performed, either openly or obliquely, address the issue of authoritarianism and repression. The metal object, that had been little more than a mild inconvenience at the beginning of the play, has come to dominate him, poisoning his body and steadily destroying his mind.

As spectacle, theatre and film are art forms structured around images and sounds, so experimentation centred on the visual and audible elements of representation.

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Picon Garfield, 63 In order to capture these “multiple realities,” Gambaro delights in contradictions. The protagonist, in order to avoid communicating his problem to others and thus confronting it himself, chooses instead to hide his true feelings behind a “voluntary” social mask.

Aristotelian in form, the structure of his plots teatrro based on causality, with each step taken by the protagonist leading to irrevocable results and eventual tragedy. Obrws explains that “one often has a single theme, and I probably have mine, the problem of passivity She often forces her public to confront their own passivity, to analyse the nature of their involvement in society and accept responsibilty for the violence that is occurring around them.

Perez, Of the above forms of dramatic tearro, the sainete was the most popular. It deals with the dehumanization and debasement of individuals by an uncaring society.

Luis’ idle talk of acquiring tools to free Alfonso’s foot is contrasted to the actions of the muchacho, who talks less and actually acquires some tools.

She emphasises that “[l]a clave no esta en lo que se cuenta, sino en 42 como se oras, y entonces encuentro que cada obra requiere un lenguaje distinto Es el artefacto que se esta pudriendo.

Era una epoca muy vital, muy fuerte. Del sol naciente is one of Gambaro’s most recent plays and marks the new, more optimistic as well as discursive phase in her writing. Relationships, class and gender will all taken into account when assessing the interaction of the various characters. With the success of the Teatro del Pueblo the Independent Theatre movement continued to expand, with new centres opening up wherever affordable space could be found.

The playwrights of the Generation del 60 strongly believed that theatre should be socially committed and in order to be so should be realistic and contain a clearly transparent message. On the one hand, they were eager to keep Argentina’s artists abreast of obraa in the visual arts abroad.

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The play is neatly structured into six scenes of varying length and the action alternates between Alfonso’s bedroom and a country setting. The plays of the ’80’s —Real envido, La malasangre, Del sol naciente and Morgan— Taylor refers to as “theatre of analysis.

One cannot help wondering whether the first audiences for this play would have identified the menacing figures who appear in it with particular political or public faces. One of the recurring themes in Gambarian theatre is passivity.

Wayne State UP, Gambaro explains: It was not until the end of the ‘s, however, that a specifically Brechtian-style of theatre began to be seen on the Argentinean stage with regularity. Happy endings are few, although a degree of hope does filter into her later, post-exile plays.

The members of these independent theatre companies were the pioneers of experimental theatre in Argentina and the promoters of European and North American theatre.

Often theatre companies were “banished” to small locals on the outskirts of the city where audiences would have difficulty in locating them or be afraid to try. La revuelta en las formas esteticas se intentaba ligar dw la revolucion, cercandose una zona sagrada de lo subversivo, en que cabia experiencias tan disunites como la guerrilla, el op art, el pacifismo de los beatniks, las melancolicas baladas de Paul McCartney, el anarquismo agresivo de los blousons noirs, la revuelta estudiantil, la gamharo, la marihuana y el haschis, el nihilismo orientalista, Joan Baez y Juan Peron.

Bliiher, Artaud, in his quest for a more “total theatre,” stressed that the stage should be seen as a “tangible physical place” requiring “a concrete language. The character of the mother, far from being sympathetic and nurturing, is seen to be selfish and uncaring.