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Title Theatre and cartographies of power : repositioning the Latina/o Americas / edited by Jimmy A. Noriega and Analola Santana
Published Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 302 pages)
Series Theater in the Americas
Theater in the Americas.
Contents Introduction: subverting the theatrical map / Jimmy A. Noriega and Analola Santana -- Crafting theoretical frameworks from beyond the U.S. borders photo performance: transient corporalities / Violeta Luna -- The liminal as constitutive of the theatrical event and the concepts of Teatro-Matriz and Liminal Theatre / Jorge Dubatti -- Communitas of pain: performativities in mourning / Ileana Diéguez -- Crisis, tension, and freedom: theatre and the baroque / Patricio Vallejo Aristizábal -- A personal map/live hieroglyphs / Gustavo Ott -- Rethinking histories of geography -- Remapping Bogotá: Fernando de Orbea's invented narrative of conquest / Gad Guterman -- To imagine a nuevomexicano theatre history / Brian Eugenio Herrera -- Radical exposure: Regina José Galindo's Earth / Diana Taylor -- Searching for home in all the wrong places: why my Nuyorican reality is stateless / Migdalia Cruz -- The ambiguity of a country that does not think: cartographic exercise of a gay theatre in Peru / Diego La Hoz -- Siempre norteada: a PTSD survivor's guide for navigating (dis)orientation / Virginia Grise -- Minstrels of empire: blackface and Black labor in Panama, 1850-1914 / Katherine Zien -- Conquering a territory, occupying the stage: notes on Black theatre and activism in Brazil / Carlos Cortez Minchillo -- From my universal village: the winged word / Concepción León -- Repositioning migration: trabajadores desde otro mundo / Debra A. Castillo -- The power of space / Elaine Romero -- Modernity in crisis: Enrique Buenaventura and the new theatre / Beatriz Rizk -- Experiences from the center of Abya Yala / Roxana Avila Harper -- Contemporary and Andean authorship / Diego Aramburo -- The flight of the Golden Falcon: a road into war's profound sorrow / Ana Correa -- Cabaret as a new muralism / Astrid Hadad -- Cuba: changing stages? / Eberto García Abreu -- Breaking the North-South paradigm / Cladio Valdés Kuri -- Buenos Aires artists and contemporary transnational performance networks: Lola Arias transports the real / Jean Graham-Jones -- Zoot suit in Mexico City: the geopolitical map for a new American theatre / Alma Martinez -- Latina performance north and transnational acciones against feminicide in the Americas / Natalie Alvarez -- Inner dance. Outer joy. Autology. A route / Josefina Báez -- The geopolitical challenges of directing bilingual plays: from the mainstream to the streets / Jorge Huerta -- Notes from a geographer Manqué / Guillermo Verdecchia
Summary "This book reconsiders and redefines the ways in which theatrical and performance histories have been constructed and disseminated throughout the Americas"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Theater and society -- Latin America
Theater -- Latin America.
PERFORMING ARTS -- Theater -- General.
Theater and society.
Latin America.
Form Electronic book
Author Noriega, Jimmy A., editor.
Santana, Analola, editor.
ISBN 0809336324
Other Titles Theater and cartographies of power