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Por eso los involucramos. For the members of the theatre world, repression initially meant censorship —restrictions on what could be written and how and where it could be performed. Mention will be made of the various dramatic styles upon which her work is founded, namely the Theatre of the Absurd, Antonin Artaud’s Theatre of Cruelty and Armando Discepolo’s grotesco criollo.
Gambaro also says of Artaud: The Stage — via britishnewspaperarchive. The plays of the ’80’s —Real envido, La malasangre, Del sol naciente and Morgan— Taylor refers to as “theatre of analysis. As with much avant garde theatre of the twentieth century, Gambaro’s plays are anti-realistic.
El drama de ideas de principios de siglo, con su peculiar punto de vista concretado en agmbaro desarrollo dramatico destinado a probar una tesis realista que pusiera de manifiesto las fallas del sistema politico-social, habia evolucionado a principios de la decada del veinte en un teatro comercial que en pafses como Argentina se habia consolidado junto a formas teatrales populares.
His return had little effect on the growing unrest, and acts of violence continued to increase. UBC Theses and Dissertations. The members of these independent theatre companies were the pioneers of experimental theatre in Argentina and the promoters of European and North American theatre.
For the purpose of this study, Information has been chosen as it exemplifies Gambaro’s continuing experimental quest and increased politicization. Beginning with the coup that toppled Yrigoyen during his second term of office inthe armed forces began intervening on their own.
More recent critical attention, however, has focused on Gambaro’s dramatic style as one that is firmly rooted in Argentinian theatrical traditions. In numerous interviews, Gambaro has reiterated that her theatre is and has always been inspired by Argentina’s unique socio-political reality: In El desatino, Gambaro introduces the major themes of her dramatic oeuvre and by means of this simple plot, effectively demonstrates how denial and passivity are directly linked to violence and victimization.
The general trend, therefore, by the end of the ‘s in both sectors of the independent theatre was towards a more politically committed and declamatory content.
This, in turn, served as a stimulus for a griswlda style of realistic play writing. La revuelta en las formas esteticas se intentaba ligar con la revolucion, cercandose una zona sagrada de lo subversivo, en que cabia experiencias tan disunites como la guerrilla, el op art, el teatri de los beatniks, las melancolicas baladas de Paul McCartney, el anarquismo agresivo de los blousons noirs, la revuelta estudiantil, la antipsiquiatria, la marihuana y el haschis, el nihilismo orientalista, Joan Baez y Juan Peron.
Pellettieri, Cien afios, 28 Osvaldo Pellettieri, professor of Theatre at the Teatgo de Buenos Aires, divides the development of Argentinean theatre after its initial inception into three phases: Each character speaks and behaves quite differently depending on who is being addressed.
In the Theatre of Cruelty, as well df in much Theatre of the Absurd, language is devalued in favour of action, gesture or stylised movement, in order to capture the sense of a more total reality.
Those in power construct fictions in order to provide a framework which can justify their control and those without power create fictions to convince themselves that nothing is amiss. After a short but successful run in the independent theatre, the play was picked up by a professional teatr group and directed by Armando Discepolo at a commercial theatre.
Cien afios, Cinema and radio were also beginning to attract audiences away from the theatre. As the playwright Roberto Cossa pointed out in retrospect, the disagreements and divisions among the young playwrights of the ‘s were to prove tewtro fruitful for subsequent Argentinean theatre. There are many such examples throughout the course of the play. A closer analysis, however, reveals that the world created by Gambaro, although exaggerated and caricatured for theatrical or comedic effects, is not as far removed from the real world as it at first appears to be.
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The word ‘essence’ seems appropriate here as Ed rarely situates her plays in an overtly Argentinean context, nor does she attempt a comprehensive portrayal of Argentinean society.
All of a sudden, the anti-realistic techniques established by playwrights such as Gambaro became useful tools for combating censorship.
The mother, on the other hand, controls Luis and Alfonso with food and affection or the lack of them. During this time she stopped writing theatre and returned to, what she regards, as the more “introspective” literary genre —fiction.
Beyond words : the theatre of Griselda Gambaro – UBC Library Open Collections
Argentina is seismic as well as schizophrenic. What griseelda more, through the absurdists and their endeavours to create a more visual and symbolic stage language, teatrk essays on “total theatre” and a Theatre of Cruelty, written in the ‘s by the controversial French symbolist Antonin Artaud, were made known.
Theatre still received the least censorship of all the forms of public representation because it was regarded as the least problematic as it possessed a relatively small field of reception compared to television, cinema or radio.