Número 89, Inverno 2016

 

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Sumario

Editorial

A pataca quente de Rubina Queneve

Temas: Formatos de produción
Facemos o que podemos Ibuprofeno Teatro | Formatos teatrais José Díaz | Chévere: teatro camaleónico
Esther Carrodeguas | O tamaño importa Manuel Xestoso

Actualidade AISGE
Quen sobe ao escenario? Inma Chacón

Ruxerruxe
Ese sorriso Esther Carrodeguas

Proscenio
O CDG e Valle Inclán: apoloxía do esperpento Manuel Xestoso

Festivais
Guidance 2016: o outro a partir de nós erregueté | Entrevista: Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol Roberto
Pascual| Tres reflexións sobre o II Encontro Mulleres Creando Rut Balbís, Ánxela Blanco, O.C.|
PLATTA 2016 Pedro Pablo Riobó

Escena Aberta
Maruja Calvo. Unha actriz da Coruña que triunfou en Cuba Clotilde Estévez, Xavier F. Viz, Antón
Lamapereira

En Danza
Ardendo xuntos (Sobre Roberto Oliván e Gregory Maqoma) Alberto Cortés

Espectáculos
Leixaprém, d’A Artística Roi Vidal Ponte | Son, de Nova Galega de Danza Afonso Becerra de
Becerreá | Danza da choiva, de Elefante Elegante Manuel Xestoso | Os últimos dias da humanidade,
do Teatro Nacional São João Vanesa M. Sotelo

Libros
Tres poemas dramáticos, de Pablo Fidalgo Lareo Afonso Becerra de Becerreá | Fondo Teatral María Casares

Ficheiro. Estreas

Textos Teatrais 86
Winnie son eu, de María Armesto

 

 



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