New number received from: First act. Theatrical research notebooks (nº334. July-August 2010)
Summary of this issue:
*Editorial. Works are loves. Jose Monleon
XXXIV BORN THEATER AWARD
*Essays on “The woman who lost all the planes”, interview with its author, Josep María Miró, and her theatrical biography. Carles Cabrera, David Barba and Eduard Molner
*Dramatic text: "The woman who lost all the planes." Josep Maria Miro. Translation of Carlos Be
35 YEARS OF CELCIT
*Works by Luis Molina, Luis Masci and Jerónimo López Mozo
FROM THE SCENE
*Reunion with Bertolt Brecht / 2. About distance or estrangement. Santiago Martin Bermudez
*With Philippe Gaulier: “Teaching is giving freedom”. Adolf Simon
MEETINGS AND FESTIVALS
*Eastern European Theatre: Alvis Hermanis and Jan L¡Klata. Autumn Festivals, Autumn in Spring (Madrid), World Theater (Patagonia, Chile), FITEI (Portugal), Iberian Meeting of Theater Magazines (Galicia), Festival del Sur (Canary Islands), Madrid Sur. José G. López Antuñano, Henri Belin and Susana Arbizu, David Ladra, Margarita Reiz, Adolfo Simón, Manuel Sesma, José Henríquez, José Monleón and Ángela Monleón
*Farewell from a pioneering company. Goodbye, Mataril. Hello Ana Valles. PA Texts of “Closed due to boredom”
* GALICIA: “Shakespeare for the ignorant”. The availability for the game. Alfonso Becerra de Becerrea
*MADRID: Premieres of “The Last Supper”, by Ignacio Amestoy, and “The Fridge, the Knife and the Lighter”, by Carlos Bernal
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