In his drama, Cabrujas explored the existential dimensions of Venezuelan men “Profundo”, “Acto Cultural” and “El Día Que Me Quieras” are considered to be. El día que me quieras (The Day When You Love Me) (Caracas: Cuadernos de “El americano ilustrado de Cabrujas,” Latin American Theatre Review ACTO CULTURAL ¿ EL DIA QUE ME QUIERAS – LA SOBERBIA MILAGROSA DEL GENERAL PIO FERNANDEZ by J.I. CABRUJAS and a great selection of.
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A little bit of humor: Great for tango lovers. From the director We suggested a get together… remember? Gardel possessed a dark, sensual baritone voice, which he deployed with unerring musicality and dramatic phrasing, creating miniature masterpieces among the hundreds of three-minute tangos that he recorded during his lifetime.
Y nos daran las fuentes su canto de cristal. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Author of nine books about the history and criticism of Venezuelan theater.
To achieve his goal, he examined their past as a way to interpret their present, employing a language that pushed expressive dimensions to its limits. Well, the moment has arrived for our season to end and we begin by saying see you soon…We are certain that we are presenting a golden finale for this entire season which was conceived and produced especially for you.
Vanessa Casanova marked it as to-read Mar 29, Best Gardel since Gardel.
Y si es mio el amparo de tu risa leve que es como un cantar, ella aquieta mi herida, todo todo se olvida. Edit Cast Credited cast: In his drama, Cabrujas explored the existential dimensions of Venezuelan men and women, uncovering their isolation, exacerbated by the loneliness and dearth of communication in which they lived.
From various perspectives he sought to portray to his audiences the many challenges his protagonists faced in their daily lives, challenges from which they often recoiled because, more often than not, the leap was metaphysical. The day that you love me there’ll be nothing but harmony. The breeze will quietly bring a rumor of melody. The King of Tango Carlos Gardel December, 11 — June 24, was an enormously popular tango singer from Argentina who was killed in an airplane crash at the height of his career.
Patty Delgado-Guerra marked it as to-read Jan 09, His trademark is critical analysis hidden behind the veil of entertainment, in his representations of the contemporary man. These facts, which seem rather ironic, are in essence that: Ages 12 and up Nickles, Greg.
That is what has earned him national acclaim and recognition in Venezuela, and what makes him so important to the history of theatre in the world beyond its borders. Encyclopaedia of Latin American and Caribbean Literature, —p.
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El País Según Cabrujas
Edit Did You Know? Was this review helpful to you? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. This is just what some people have been waiting for. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? This satirical comedy takes us on a journey through the old Caracas in a period colored by its customs, charms, values, political upheavals, and, above all, a great sense of history; all of this is suspended in space when the diaa Tango singer Dabrujas Gardel materializes in the lives of the people of Caracas.
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Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. You must be logged in to add tags. Published by Monte Avila Editores: And a mysterious ray will nest in your hair, inquisitive glow-worm that’ll see that you are my consolation.
Romaine Rolland Idealistic French writer, philospher, and pacifist. Mario Qukeras — Artistic Director. The day that you love me The rose that adorns, will dress in celebration with its best color Diz to the wind the church bells will say that already you are mine, and the crazy fountains will tell about their love. Few of his plays have been translated from Spanish, so the depth and power of his output as a whole has yet to be recognized.
In his many plays, Cabrujas explored the inner lives of Venezuelan men and women, uncovering their isolation, exacerbated by the loneliness and dearth of communication in which they lived.