De puentes y orillas: festivales como vínculo del teatro de los setenta con el teatro de postdictadura en la trayectoria de directores de Córdoba, Argentina
- Latin American Theatre Review
- Center of Latin American Studies, University of Kansas
- Volume 53, Number 1, Fall 2019
- pp. 59-78
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This work studies the transformations and continuities of the independent theatre created and performed in Córdoba, Argentina, during the past century. During that time, experimentation with language, the use of collective creation, de-hierarchization in the mode of production, and the political thrust of earlier theatre have been kept. These continuities are due to the fact that the theatre makers of the 70’s shared educational spaces and experiences with the young makers. The learning process was eclectic and included observation, referencing, and life experiences. International theatre festivals were fundamental to this process. This study examines the professional careers of various directors, who confirm the importance of festivals in their academic background and the influence of this learning on their present practice.