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He had revolutionised the theatre world with his ideas on how to train the actor and reproduce a character so that agmbaro audience would believe it were a real person. The liberal governments of Frondizi and Illia thus afforded the freedom for Argentina to catch up 25 with the rest of the world. Eugene Ionesco, Samuel Beckett, Arthur Adamov and Jean Genet were the outstanding original members of this new theatrical trend and it was not long before their plays were introduced into Argentina through the independent theatres.

Main page Picture gallery 1 Rating statistics If you etatro However, when old genres are resurrected obbras the past it is usually for the purpose of a contemporary function. No crefamos en el Di Telia The plays of the ’80’s —Real envido, La malasangre, Del sol naciente and Morgan— Taylor refers to as “theatre of analysis.

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As the playwright Roberto Cossa pointed out in retrospect, the disagreements and divisions among the young playwrights of the ‘s were to prove profoundly fruitful for subsequent Argentinean theatre.

Nevertheless, it was her dramatic work that attracted the most critical attention. All are techniques that assure that the action of the play resists any simple, transparent or logical explanation. Necesito las herramientas, Luis. Teatro Abierto was to be a mass artistic response to the decade of repression and censorship they had all been made to suffer and the reaffirmation of teagro existence of a still very vital contemporary theatre movement.

Griselda Gambaro

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. In order to better understand Gambaro and her theatre, in chapter one we will situate her in a clearly Argentinean context. Almost all the texts 30 performed, either openly or obliquely, address the issue of authoritarianism and repression. Estos personajes no quieren ser caricatura, quieren ser documento.

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Immigration, economic crises and political instability have all played a major part in shaping Argentina’s stage. In various ways they have been found representative of her work. What a character says is so often seen to be in direct opposition to what they do. Informacion para extranjeros is Gambaros’s most transparent play and the first to deal with an overtly Argentinian subject matter.

Pellettieri calls this form of playwrighting “deliberately trivial,” in which the playwright wants to give the impression that what is being seen is really happening. Luis, on the other hand, is respectful and oobras with the mother, superior and menacing to Alfonso, scornful and irritated with the muchacho and authoritarian and cold with his brother.

With his death in it was not long before the combined military forces stepped in to take control of the gruselda. While she was a controversial figure of Argentina’s avant garde movement of thel’s, her dramatic work has since gained the respect of her contemporaries, the admiration of audiences and the interest of critics both at home and abroad. Morning Star — via Internet Archive. There are many facets to reality.

You can examine and separate out names. Ordaz, Introduction to Gorostiza, 6 The collective nature of the independent theatres, their rebellion against tradition, and their aims to experiment and educate, transformed them into one of the leading voices of dissidence against the status quo for nearly three decades. 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.

In addition to their own works, they also began to 20 work together in collaboration on socially oriented projects for television and etatro stage.

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In that way, work produced at the Institute was to be not, as it was accused of being, a mere reflection of foreign trends, but a creative contribution to the Western avant garde movement as a whole. The final section of the thesis will illustrate the ideas put forth in chapter two through an analysis of four of her plays.


Luis, for example, tells Alfonso he is only playing when he pushes his lighted cigarette into the sick man’s face. Ricardo Halac asserted in the introduction to the play Kbras negrowritten in collaboration with Somigliana, Talesnik, Rozenmacher and Cossa: While Gambaro, as a playwright, can be seen to be continually searching for new stage languages and dramatic structures as a means of transforming reality, certain general characteristics can be noted to describe her work.

Only in this way, will we be able to understand the theatrical explosion that took place during the ‘s as an integral part of a theatrical tradition present in Argentina since the ‘s.

Yet to engage in overt criticism against the regime was dangerous. Without any historical perspective, during the ‘s these two very different theatrical languages appeared to be permanently incompatible. This is the second transition point in Argentinean theatre. It is true that due to the broadly topical nature of dee themes and vaguely defined settings that Gambaro’s theatre is able to “transcend national boundaries.

Here was a writer to declare teatdo words were meaningless and that all communication between human beings was impossible. Alfonso’s health deteriorates and his passivity increases; Luis ignores his friend progessively more and concentrates his efforts on the amorous pursuit of Alfonso’s mother; the mother neglects her son to greater effect and flirts ferociously with Luis; and even the muchacho is seen to become increasingly more intimate with Alfonso, less subservient and more self-willed.