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Drawing on the script's intertextuality with folktales, popular farce, and puppet theatre, the ensemble cast used puppets and half masks to alternate the way it represented the people of the village that shame the Zapatera for not being a submissive and modest wife to the Zapatero. As the ensemble altered the way it portrayed the villagers, it introduced new layers of metatheatrical commentary that conveyed the normative construction of gender and the misogyny operating behind it as absurd, hideous, and crude.
An intense training regimen was of the upmost importance for the " duendes "—a term the collective used to describe themselves—to make the performer a vessel for subconscious impulses to be unleashed in their creative work.
The ad-hoc group of artists began to rehearse on weekends in public spaces such as parks and gardens in the museum district where audiences would gather on occasion to watch. Interested in following this conversation in real time? Receive email alerting you to new threads and the continuation of current threads. Most Discussed. Most Watched. Essay by. Photo courtesy of Adelina Venegas. No Comments. Bookmark this page Log in to add a bookmark. Email this Page. Share this Page on Facebook.
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El Beso de La Virreina
ISBN 13: 9786070709647