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Stages of Conflict A Critical Anthology of Latin American Theater and Performance

ISBN-10: 0472050273
ISBN-13: 9780472050277
Edition: 2008
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Description: "An invaluable resource to teachers of Latin American theater, with texts that provide an accurate panorama of Latin American theater." ---Adam Versenyi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Stages of Conflictbrings together a vast array of  More...

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Book details

List price: $41.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Publication date: 9/15/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 344
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.826
Language: English

"An invaluable resource to teachers of Latin American theater, with texts that provide an accurate panorama of Latin American theater." ---Adam Versenyi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Stages of Conflictbrings together a vast array of dramatic texts, ambitiously tracing the intersection of theater and social and political life in the Americas over the past five centuries. Including eighteen works faithfully translated into English, the collection moves from a sixteenth century Mayan dance-drama to a 2003 production by the first published indigenous playwright in Mexico. Historical pieces from the sixteenth century to the present highlight the encounter between indigenous tradition and colonialism, while contributions from modern playwrights such as Virgilio Pinero, Jose Triana, and Denise Stolkos take on the tumultuous political and social upheavals of the past century. The editors have added comprehensive critical commentary that details the origins of each play, affording scholars and students of theater, performance studies, and Latin American studies the opportunity to view the history of a continent through its rich and diverse theatrical traditions. Diana Taylor is Director of The Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics (http://hemi.nyu.edu/eng/about/index.shtml) and Professor of Performance Studies and Spanish at New York University. Her books include the award-winning volumeThe Archive and the Repertoire: Performing Cultural Memory in the Americas. Sarah J. Townsend is a doctoral student at New York University.

Preface
Introduction
Rabinal Achi (Guatemala)
Final Judgment (Attributed to Andres de Olmos, Mexico)
The End of Atau Wallpa, a Tragedy (Version of Jesus Lara, Bolivia)
The Loa for the Auto Sacramental of The Divine Narcissus (Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, Mexico)
Los Comanches (United States/Mexico Border Region)
The Jealous Officer, or The Fearsome Slave Catcher (Luis Carlos Martins Pena, Brazil)
Juan Moreira (Eduardo Gutierrez and Jose Podesta, Argentina/Uruguay)
After Death (Luisa Capetillo, Puerto Rico)
The Candle King (Oswald de Andrade, Brazil)
Electra Garrigo (Virgilio Pinera, Cuba)
Night of the Assassins (Jose Triana, Cuba)
The Camp (Griselda Gambaro, Argentina)
Documents from Hell (Enrique Buenaventura, Colombia)
The Schoolteacher
The Twisted State
The Orgy
Personal Belongings (Diana Raznovich, Argentina)
Isabel Banished in Isabel (Juan Radrigan, Chile)
Denise Stoklos in Mary Stuart (Denise Stoklos, Brazil)
Adios Ayacucho (Novella by Julio Ortega, adapted for the theater by Miguel Rubio Zapata for Grupo Cultural Yuyachkani, Peru)
Manteca (Alberto Pedro Torriente, Cuba)
The Demon's Nun (Petrona de la Cruz Cruz and Isabel Juarez Espinosa, Mexico)

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