By Jean Graham-Jones
"In Exorcising heritage, Jean Graham-Jones files, contextualizes, and analyzes theater produced in Buenos Aires in the course of Argentina's army dictatorship of 1976-83 and the nation's next go back to democracy. The performs mentioned, whereas no longer inevitably constituting "political theater," are certainly political in that every is conditioned by way of sociopolitical buildings current in the intervening time of construction. it's in this manner that the performs lend themselves to Graham-Jones's exam of ways own and collective histories input into theater creation, within the production of dramatic worlds that re-create and revise the "outside" world."--Jacket. Read more...
Introduction: Theater and the kingdom: Buenos Aires, 1976 --
1. 1976-1979: Theater "Metaphorizes" truth --
2. 1980-1982: Myths Unmasked, Unrealities uncovered --
3. Vigilant, Vigilante Theater: Teatro Abierto (1981-1985) --
4. 1983-1985: Settling money owed --
Conclusion: 1976-1985: From a Reactive Theater to a Theater in situation --
App. 1. chosen performs Staged in Buenos Aires (1976-1985) --
App. 2. A Chronology of Argentine occasions (1966-1987).
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