AY CARMELA JOSE SANCHIS SINISTERRA PDF

His work as a researcher on the narrative and its relation to the drama has led him to write texts from an unconventional perspective. Let yourself be seduced by the easy success, has been faithful to the ideas of the "manifesto of the border Theatre": exploring the margin, the little frequented territory of dramaturgy, border and spaces of risk, the theatre within theatre, i. His works reflect on human and aesthetic problems such as the vitality of the epic and narrative against the inertia of the dramatic, humor as a bridge to transcendence, the historical real and magic, myth and banality. His work as a director and playwright of the border theater is part of the independent theatre movement see Spain: Theatre. It was of great importance, for the variety of innovative approaches to their mounts. Theatre of Sanchis Sinisterra, whose authorial work is parallel to his work as a literary manager, is characterized by its high literary level and his mastery of the scenic resources and theatrical architecture.

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His work as a researcher on the narrative and its relation to the drama has led him to write texts from an unconventional perspective. Let yourself be seduced by the easy success, has been faithful to the ideas of the "manifesto of the border Theatre": exploring the margin, the little frequented territory of dramaturgy, border and spaces of risk, the theatre within theatre, i. His works reflect on human and aesthetic problems such as the vitality of the epic and narrative against the inertia of the dramatic, humor as a bridge to transcendence, the historical real and magic, myth and banality.

His work as a director and playwright of the border theater is part of the independent theatre movement see Spain: Theatre. It was of great importance, for the variety of innovative approaches to their mounts. Theatre of Sanchis Sinisterra, whose authorial work is parallel to his work as a literary manager, is characterized by its high literary level and his mastery of the scenic resources and theatrical architecture.

Frequently used the formula of theatre in theatre and different modes of estrangement, resorting to humor and emotion from the Viewer, which comes as an accomplice in the dramatic play. Attaches much importance to the formal and conceptual research so this vertebra both the process of writing dramatic as the setting in scene.

His permanent search for a theater critic and away from conventional runways is essential in the activity of Sanchis Sinisterra. In released Terror and misery in the first Francoism, work very influenced by Bertolt Brecht, which consists of nine pieces of varied genres high comedy, farce, etc.

This work Sinisterra in won the national award of dramatic literature. In arrows of the angel of forgetfulness, a critique of "generations without memory, easy to handle", premiered at the Abbey Theatre in Madrid, Assembly addressed the own Sinisterra. That same year they released also in the Spanish capital chiaroscuro and the musical melodic missiles. His latest works include smaller Theatre 50 short pieces , machine embrace and happy dreams of Julieta or vice versa YXART, j.

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Now there is a chance to see it in the original Spanish as well as in the English translation reviewed here. Paulino Ivanhoe Norona is an operatic tenor who, due to the war situation, has been made to get a living as a variety artiste touring with his flamenco dancer wife Carmela Madalena Alberto , exploiting a talent he is ashamed of: being able to fart at will. That may sounds like a comedy, but this is the opposite, for Nationalist forces made a rapid advance and the couple found themselves in the hands of the Fascists. Director Paula Paz gives us a reminder of the situation with a montage of film clips as a prologue of marching soldiers, suffering civilians, battle scenes and atrocities. The play proper starts with a glimpse of Carmela sitting at a piano before she gets up and disappears into darkness. Then Paulino enters, shuffling forward across the dark stage to switch on the stage lights.

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Plot[ edit ] Carmela, Paulino, and Gustavete - who is mute as the result of an explosion - are a trio of travelling vaudeville performers. Amidst the chaos of the Spanish Civil War, they are in the town of Montejo , entertaining republican troops with their variety show. They are survivors who are motivated, not exactly by patriotism, but by a desire for self-preservation. Their show consists of four acts.

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