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Giella, Entrevista, The reason why Gambaro’s plays have been greeted with both audience apprehension but academic curiosity is two-fold. The aim of this thesis is to, firstly, highlight the important contribution Gambaro gambao made to the Argentinean stage through her attempts to offer alternative forms of theatrical expression to realism; and, secondly, to analyse the evolution of her theatre from the dual perspective of dramatic style and thematic content.

The result was a tendency among critics, especially foreign critics, to ignore the originality, diversity and particularity of Argentinean works. In her outstanding contribution to Argentinean theatre was recognised with the Premio Instituto di Telia -Teatro Municipal General San Martin, for which she was commissioned to write her penultimate play to date, Morgan. gfiselda

Griselda Gambaro

Roberto Cossa simply explains that when “nos echaron a todos del teatro y de la literatura, nos juntamos todos.

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The structures of Gambaro’s plays will be seen to vary, although a general tendency can be noticed, from circularity in the early plays to open-endedness in her later griseldw work. Twenty-one short plays were performed in a variety of venues for a minimal price by the leading members of Argentina’s contemporary theatre movement, mainly those who had been the protagonists of the ‘s polemic.

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In order to attract a popular audience, Gorostiza made use once more of costumbrismo. She says, “I despise neat little cubby 43 holes even though they may aid the critics Spanish American women writers: Immigration, economic crises and political instability have all played a major part in shaping Argentina’s stage.


The movement reached its peak in the mid ‘s. This was the controversial performance of El desatino at the Instituto Torcuato di Telia. As a genre, the grotesco criollo has, with the odd exception, run its course. The socially committed independent theatre movement begun in had reached maturity and was now in decline.

Ironically, both extremes had been influenced by foreign theatrical models, but whereas the social realists wanted to adapt the foreign model to the Argentinean stage, the members of neovanguardia wanted to transform the Argentinean stage. No crefamos en el Di Telia Estamos en la actitud del hombre que se dispone a hablar. In with the premiere of Ricardo Halac’s Soledad para cuatro, this new type of “trivial” realism was initiated.

This signified the adoption of emergency measures and the suspension of politics as usual. Picon Garfield, 63 In order to capture these “multiple realities,” Gambaro delights in contradictions.

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Luis tells gambato 59 muchacho that he will give some sweets to his brother, but is then seen eating them himself. All that was seen as popular or uniquely national was re-evaluated and encouraged. Wayne State UP, Gambaro explains: Pellettieri, Cien anos, 38 Commercial theatres were becoming a lucrative business and theatre-going had become a popular national pastime.

In this first chapter, as Gambaro is to be as just a small part of a vast and varied whole, only brief mention will be made of her and only when particularly pertinent. By juxtaposing alternative realities —actual, perceived, suspected or desired— and maintaining the contradictions inherent therein, Gambaro effectively reveals how such realities may exist simultaneously. The result is a general tone of black humour. Yet, in the case of the characters the audience is meant to sympathize with, rarely are they distorted to such a degree that the human beings they represent disintegrate into absurdity.

Theatrical traditions established at the beginning of the century were being re-evaluated and modernized. When he learns about the metal object, he responds by twisting Alfonso’s trapped foot until it bleeds. Yo suplico a esos actores vociferantes que increiblemente aun subsisten, que se moderen o no los interpreten, porque Argentine women writers Argentine dramatists and playwrights Argentine people of Italian descent Illustrious Citizens of Buenos Aires Living people births Guggenheim Fellows Women dramatists and playwrights.


The grotesco criollo, tragedy masked in comedy, was found to be a safe and useful style for capturing the essence of contemporary reality. Luego de un aspera lucha “principista” —sin revision posible, al parecer,— empieza a entenderse que no todos los interpretes de nuestra escena son mercachifles y que, por el contrario, muchos de fe poseen una conciencia y una responsibilidad moral que debe tenerse en cuenta para no caerse en generalizaciones injustas.

Armando, 9 It was directed by Jorge Petragalia, who twelve years later would direct Gambaro’s first play, Las paredes and star in her second play El desatino. El campo is one of Gambaro’s most well known plays and is also often regarded as one of the finest examples of Theatre of Cruelty in Latin America. I deal with real facts; it’s just that my form of expression isn’t realistic.

The play, however, did not just win Gambaro recognition teahro it also resulted in her being labelled an absurdist and an unwelcome enemy of realism. This is partly due to the fact that Argentina, more than any other Latin American country, has for nearly one hundred and fifty years grisflda open to immigration from abroad.

His social programmes sought to elevate the status of the working classes and his propaganda aimed at stirring pride for the national persona. Griselda Gambaro born July 24, is an Argentine girselda, whose novels, plays, short stories, story tales, essays and novels for gqmbaro often concern the political violence in her home country that would develop into the Dirty War.