Editor: Cambridge University Press (May 28, 2012)
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prime theater historians and practitioners map a theatrical heritage that strikes from the non secular tropes of Medieval Iberia to the postmodern practices of twenty-first-century Spain. contemplating paintings around the various languages of Spain, from vernacular Latin to Catalan, Galician and Basque, this background engages with the paintings of actors and administrators, designers and publishers, brokers and impresarios, and designers and ensembles, in indicating the ways that theater has either commented on and intervened within the significant debates and problems with the day. Chapters think of paratheatrical actions and renowned functionality, comparable to the comedia de magia and flamenco, along the works of Spain's significant dramatists, from Lope de Vega to Federico García Lorca. that includes revealing interviews with actress Nuria Espert, director Lluís Pasqual and playwright Juan Mayorga, it positions Spanish theater inside of a paradigm that acknowledges its hyperlinks and intersections with wider eu and Latin American practices.