Latin American Theater

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Guillermo Calderón’s Villa by Tom Sellar
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It takes a rare kind of playwright to evoke the head-spinning contradictions in our national political psyches.

Federico León by Richard Maxwell
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Federico León’s recent Las multitudes was staged last year in Argentina. For Richard Maxwell, the playwright-director’s production is a “brokenhearted humanity tale.” A heroic one, at that, with 120 actors.

Federico León (en español) by Richard Maxwell
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Federico León’s recent Las multitudes was staged last year in Argentina. For Richard Maxwell, the playwright-director’s production is a “brokenhearted humanity tale.” A heroic one, at that, with 120 actors.

Nilo Cruz by Emily Mann
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Nilo Cruz and I recently found an hour to sit down with a tape recorder in my office at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, New Jersey.

Information for Foreigners: A Chronicle in 20 Scenes by Griselda Gambaro

GUIDE: Ladies and gentlemen: Admission is ____________________________, for adults. If you’ve already paid, you can’t repent. 

María Irene Fornés by Allen Frame
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Allen Frame talks to playwright and director María Irene Fornés, author of several plays including the Obie-winning MudDanube, and Sarita.

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