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Index los de abajo (underdogs), 57, 131 absurd, theater of, 171 activism, 5; Arizona’s anti-immigrant law SB1070 and, 101; art and, 160–61; Black Lives Matter movement, 160–61; demonstrations, 22; elite, 154; farmworker movement, 35, 153–54; injustice and, 148–49; Internet, 152–53; La mujer que cayó del cielo and, 148, 153–55, 163; political, 8, 14–15; El Teatro Campe­ sino, 153; universities and, 162–63, 165; of university students, 154–55, 160–62; #yosoy132 movement, 8–9, 120–21; in Zoot Suit, 95–96, 100 actors/performers: double role of, 175n6; evolution of, 9–10; spectators and, 11; transformation and, 10–11. See also teatreros affect theory, 127 Aguilar, Bertha, 86–87 Aguilar Camín, Héctor, 121–22 alienation effect, 193n19 allies: artistic, 22–23; in Berman, 27; Internet , 108; La mujer que cayó del cielo and, 147–48, 157; nation-state, 12; outside agitator and, 83; in theater, 154; Zoot Suit and, 21, 82, 101–2 anti-immigrant legislation, U.S., 25, 91–92 Arias, Santa, 41 “Ariel”(Rodó), 118 Arizona’s anti-immigrant law SB1070, 24; activism in response to, 101; Krentz murder and, 92; Zoot Suit and, 78–79, 84; zoot suit riots compared with, 101 Armbruster-Sandoval, Ralph,“The Life of the Party,”96–97 art: activism and, 160–61; public sphere and, 4; social change and, 5–6; social power of, in Medellín, Colombia, 158–60; transformative power of, 5–6 Art Beyond Itself (García Canclini), 5–6 audiences, 6–7; participation of, 111–12; perspective shifts in, 10; questionnaire, 128; utopian performatives, 10–11 Backyard/Traspatio (film, Berman), 20, 132, 168; borders in, 27; class in, 141; distancing in, 137; filming, 136; “global 216 INDEX vision”of, 146; humor in, 143–45; irony in, 144; neoliberalism in, 137, 139–40; simulation in, 137–39; victimization of women in, 141–42 Baudrillard, Jean, Simulacra and Simulation , 138–39 Berman, Sabina, 7; allies in, 27; in Ciudad Juárez, 133, 135; documentary thea­ ter and, 132; Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda, 43, 139; on femicide in Ciudad Juárez, 145–46; humor in, 27, 131–32, 142–43; literary career, 132; El Narco negocia con Dios, 27; Rascón Banda compared with, 131; Shalalá, 7, 130–31. See also Backyard/Traspatio Beverley, John, 157 Bial, Henry, 173n4; Theater Historiography: Critical Interventions, 18 Bixler, Jacqueline, 29–30, 169–70 Black Lives Matter movement, 160–61 borders: in Backyard/Traspatio, 27; Ciudad Juárez, 133–34; geographical, 18; Mexico-U.S., 27, 91, 133. See also lindar Borges, Jorge Luis, 138; “The Wall and the Books,”6 boundaries, 11–12. See also lindar breaking fourth wall, 128 Brecht, Bertolt, 70, 156; denaturalization and, 124; Mother Courage and Her Children , 193n19 Broyles-González,Yolanda, 93–94, 99 Brozo the Creepy Clown (Brozo el Payaso Tenebroso), 33, 53, 168 Calderón, Felipe, 14, 33, 119, 175n5 Caminero-Santangelo, Marta, 157 Carballido, Emilio, 151 Carlson, Marvin, 11 Carretera 45 (theater), 19 cartoons, political, 73–75 Castellanos,Rosario,El eterno femenino,43 Castillo, Debra A., 29, 164, 199nn1–2; on sex work, 165; Teatrotaller, 165–67 “Catholic”naturalism, 70 censorship, 7, 120; of guadalupana imagery, 42; of hate speech, 193n18; Internet, 26–27, 123, 128–29, 193n18; of journalism, 192n17; of plays, 36 Certeau, Michel de,“Walking in the City,”108 chaos: hierarchy and, 108; Internet debate and, 114–15 chaotic interjection, 111; in 9 días de guerra en Facebook, 117–18 Chávez, César, 83–84, 153; activism and, 161; on Zoot Suit, 154 Chicanos, U.S., 25, 168; racism towards, 81; Zoot Suit and, 79–81, 105 Chomsky, Noam, 140 Ciudad Juárez, 27; Berman in, 133; borders and, 133–34; drug trafficking and, 133, 146–47; femicide in, 134–35, 139, 145–47, 195n4; men murdered in, 196n18; Mexico City and, 137; Muestra Nacional de Teatro, 159; violence in, 133, 136; women abducted in, 134; women in, 140, 142. See also Backyard/Traspatio class: in Backyard/Traspatio, 141; in La venganza de la gleba, 60, 64–65, 67 CNOP. See Confederation of Popular Organizations colonialism, 69, 149 colonial Mexico, 23; in 1822: El año que fuimos imperio, 53; Gamboa as colonial writer in “foreign”land, 59; Spain and, 32; transformational theater in, 36; Virgin of Guadalupe and, 41–42 Compton,Timothy, 20; on 1822: El año que fuimos imperio, 49–50, 179n19; on 9 días de guerra en Facebook, 114 INDEX 217 Confederation...

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9780816536245
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9780816535453
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OCLC
975233210
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232
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2017-03-14
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English
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