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Only by passing through a series of strict exercises based on 16 emotion, voice and movement, could the actor hope to authentically incarnate the character being played. 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.

When a playwright chooses to reveal this side of a character, devoid of social graces and polite pretense, that character appears painfully awkward and ridiculously incongruous with his surroundings. Relationships, class and gender will all taken into account when assessing the interaction of the various characters. The euphoria began to dissipate in when the government of Illia was overthrown and replaced by the restrictive regime of the General Carlos Ongania.

In numerous interviews, Gambaro has reiterated that her theatre is and has always been inspired by Argentina’s unique socio-political reality: El desatino is Gambaro’s first full length play. Her dramatic oeuvre will be divided into three distinct periods —the plays of the ’60’s, the plays of the 70’s and the plays of the ’80’s. Bliiher, Gambaro feels that such a technique is appropriate for conveying Argentina because, as she explains: Luis is cruel —teasing, taunting, even terrorizing the bed-ridden man.

Even Lily’s pregnancy, which comes as a total surprise to the father, is an indication that Alfonso is no longer in control of any aspect of his life. Pellettieri, Teatro argentino, 20 It is interesting to note that in Augusto Fernandes, one of the pioneers of the Stanislavski system and a fervent follower of realism, chose to direct Gambaro’s highly controversial play, El campo.

Porque creo que falta la claridad para analizar esta cosa, esta dicotomfa que no era cierta, de absurdos extranjerizantes y naturalistas chatos y nacionales. From to she resided in Italy. For Gambaro, therefore, the purpose of theatre is to uncover the ambiguities of every day life.

A medida que la situation de la Argentina se agravaba en el doble camino de la convulsion social y la represidn, sea con gobiernos militares de facto Onganfa, Levingston, Lanusse o civiles sin autoridad Campora, Peron, Maria Estela Martinez de Peronestrene mas espaciadamente: Finally, to all my friends and colleagues who helped put theory into practice and mount a production of El campo at the Secret Space Theatre in Vancouver.


As the decade drew to a close, Argentina’s own political climate was cause for consternation and demanding to be addressed. However, as a source of inspiration and technique, the grotesco criollo has remained very much alive in Argentinean theatre to this day in plays of the most diverse kind.

On the other hand, objects seen on stage, become not just functional, but likewise acquire a symbolic significance. It deals with the dehumanization and debasement of individuals by an uncaring society.

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It is perhaps only those elements associated with the grotesque that can be seen to have remained an underlying constant in her dramatic work. Sincewhen her second play El desatino was performed at the experimental studios of El Instituto Torcuato di Telia in Buenos Aires, she has gained increasing renown as well as rebuke for her experimental, controversial and highly original style of play writing.

As a result, the new arrivals often brought with them not only a taste for theatre, but also the ideas and innovations of the contemporary stage in their respective countries. Views Read Edit View history. These magazines also began to offer prizes to promising young playwrights designed as a means of not only encouraging their work, but also of legitimizing it within the theatre world.

The innovative use of space shows Gambaro’s dramatic style of this period to be in line with the most avant garde theatrical trends taking place in North America 51 and Europe. Y en especial con los autores que lei cuando todavia no sabia que iba a escribir literatura dramatica: All of a sudden, the anti-realistic techniques established by playwrights such as Gambaro became useful tools for combating censorship. Innovation from abroad will be seen as no stranger to the Argentinean stage and socio-political turmoil a common catalyst for the creation of new and ever-changing dramatic texts.

Cuando el hombre 33 habla gruselda gesto a sonido. Mainly through metaphor, allegory or parody, Gambaro has traced the various stages of socio-political crisis in Argentina, from confusion, through chaos to awareness and defiance. As she became a regular figure at Di Telia, her name quickly became synonymous to avant garde.

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. It is Gambaro’s most experimental play and one of her most violent.


The affectionate way in which Luis behaves with Alfonso’s mother is in direct contrast to the cruelty with which he treats Alfonso or his own younger brother.

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Retrieved from ” https: Las relaciones de lo visualizable y de lo audible constituyen nuestro punto de partida. Alfonso reiterates that he wants the metal contraption removed from his foot, but resists all attempts to the effect.

Estamos en la actitud del hombre que se dispone a hablar. Discepolo, along with a number of other saineteros, therefore, started to search for a new theatrical form that would appeal to the changing reality of their audiences.

There is, however, an intensification of people’s behaviour: Es decir, la bronca con el Di Telia La Mascara, the Juan B. In order to better understand Gambaro and her theatre, in chapter one we will situate her in a clearly Argentinean context.

Her theatre, originally associated with the Theatre of the Absurd, tends to be anti-mimetic and experimental in style, while in thematic content Gambaro remains acutely aware of the changes in her country’s recent socio-political climate. Esto era advertible a partir de la aparicion de un teatro meramente epigonal y el surgimiento de nuevas tendencias que pretendian terminar con el teatro comercial apelando a la textualidad grriselda.

The two main trends in modern Western theatre were thus given the opportunity to make an impact on the Argentinean stage and greatly influenced a new generation of playwrights in the making. El campo, Information para extranjeros and Del sol naciente, span the period toand can be regarded as representative works for showing the evolution of both stylistic and political concerns within Gambaro’s theatre.

In vambaro to approach the theatre of Griselda Gambaro and understand her work as more than just an adaptation of avant garde theatrical trends established in Europe, in chapter one we will begin by situating her quite clearly in an Argentinean context. Financial hardship, hunger and defeat could no longer be blamed on the intransigence of the individual.