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In terms of subject matter, the vast majority of Gambaro’s plays deal with the abuse of power and anaylse the socio-political structures that sanction such behaviour. El desatinoEl campoInformation para extranjeros and Del sol naciente The stylistic differences to be highlighted between each period will show Gambaro’s continued emphasis on experimentation, whereas her varied treatment of original themes will provide ample evidence for tracing an evolution of Gambaro’s concern with Argentina’s changing socio-political climate.

Eran tantas y tan poco dr entre si las formas de estar contra el sistema que este acababa siendo algo infinito en su variedad y su extension. Likewise, in this early play, Gambaro can be seen to experiment with a oras of techniques which will occur regularly in her subsequent plays, such dde visual and verbal irony, false appearances, sustained ambiguity, 56 contrast and role-playing, all of which are combined with a visually obraw stage language and her characteristic black humour.

Her etatro attributes, hips, breasts and thighs, are abnormally full and her movements are slow and contrived. Pellettieri clarifies that” Mientras que el personaje del grottesco italiano oculta un problema vital con un gesto, lo encubre con una mascara, el antiheroe del grotesco criollo no conoce su problema; es ridiculo porque hay una distancia muy grande entre obrsa que el cree que es y lo que en realidad representa para los demas.

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. From its privileged position, the audience may laugh at the on-stage errors of Discepolo’s characters as they repeatedly strive and fail to find a solution for their problems. As she became a regular figure at Di Telia, her name quickly became synonymous to avant garde. Thirdly, a sharing of theatrical techniques can simply be put down to perspective.

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Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. In short, it is theatre that is persistently gajbaro for new ways in which to reveal Argentina’s common reality.

What is more, it reveals the power of language to mask the truth and its inability to adequately capture the complexities and contradictions of human behaviour.

The result is a general tone of black humour.

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Solidarity among the weak is underlined as the path to overcoming oppression. Picon Garfield, 63 In order to capture these “multiple realities,” Gambaro delights in contradictions. By keeping the basic situation static and simply alternating the intervention of the characters, the audience witnesses a spectrum of human behaviour in a given situation. Ricardo Talesnik, Roberto Cossa, German Rozenmacher and Carlos Somigliana, calling themselves the “Grupo de Autores,” collaborated on the play Avion negro which dealt with obrs hypothetical return of Peron.

Such assertions will be considered when analysing the play. One cannot help wondering whether the first audiences for this play would have identified the menacing figures who appear in it with particular political or public faces. It was intended as an oblique albeit scathing denunciation of the waning regime.

Attacks against the Institute increased, were sometimes violent, and prevented events from taking place.

The protest was brutally quashed. Whether overtly committed or ambivalent in its politics, stylised or “trivialised,” the development of Argentinean theatre this century has always been closely associated with and affected by the socio-political reality of Argentina.

Five criteria will be assessed in varying detail when analysing each of the four plays. 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. In general termsboth groups were striving to be transgressive, only in different ways —the social realists by means of content, and those of the neovanguardia through form.

When Peronism ended in and democracy was reinstated in with Arturo Frondizi and then again in with Arturo Illia, Argentineans could finally enjoy a brief period of constitutional freedom. The characters of the sainete were invariably types, whose linguistic expression localised their origins and revealed them to be from lower classes, some of whom were caricatured for humorous 6 effect. When she appears on stage at the end of the first act, a suggested lighting change and a stage direction that stresses that she should appear distorted as though seen through Alfonso’s eyes, gives the impression that she is not real.


It deals with the dehumanization and debasement of individuals by an uncaring society. The aim is for the audience to laugh at the incongruities between appearances and reality, while still empathizing with the underlying tragedy of the protagonist. If a country is experiencing a crisis, the theatre reflects that immediately.

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The crowd-pleasing components gambao the sainete were thus maintained to provide a light-hearted and palatable veneer to what was a very real and distressing subject matter. Thanks to their groundbreaking innovations, debates, discussions and courage, the Argentinean playwrights of today have at their disposal a rich variety of stage languages to be mixed and matched according to the personal tastes of each writer.

Esos hechos se van modificando de acuerdo con la historia que vivimos, con griseldx circunstancias diferenciadas por las que nos toca atravesar. Oteiza, 71 By then, however, the Institute had established a number of playwrights thoroughly trained in avant-garde theatre techniques and well-known enough to continue their innovative work independently.

Less abstract than El desatino. Cuando el hombre 33 habla une gesto a sonido. In numerous interviews, Gambaro has reiterated that her theatre is and has always been inspired by Argentina’s unique socio-political reality: In this way, it will be possible to assertain not only the changes that Gambaro’s work has undergone, but also the constants that she has chosen to maintain within her dramatic oeuvre.

Immigration, economic crises and political instability have all played a major part in shaping Argentina’s stage.

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En ese momento historico, la dictadura dispone de un mecanismo estatal represivo bien organizado. What is more, to adequately address national concerns it should be 21 theatre firmly rooted in Argentina’s unique theatrical traditions.

Relationships, class and gender will all taken into account when assessing the interaction of the various characters. Gambaro is a truly experimental dramatist and as such is constantly exploring new ways to communicate ideas to an audience.

There is, however, an intensification of people’s behaviour:

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