Category: Theater

Review the history of Argentine Theatre, all made from 1783 until today.
The first work of a local author, the birth of the gaucho drama, the arrival of immigrants and with them the farce, and much more … Here in El Sur del Sur: Argentina: The country, its culture and its people.

Ernesto Bianco

1910’s up to the present day Argentine Theater History

Article of the guest columnist, Osvaldo Calatayud for surdelsur.com The Argentine Theater from 1910 onwards, continues the path taken since the late eighteenth century. A theater with authors and criollos interpreters, that tells about the lives of Argentines with different styles: the sainete Criollo, the gaucho style, the usual comedy and the major trends of the theater were expressed, in its own language. To learn more about the theater before 1910, we suggest to see the first part of the report that describes the Argentine Theater History (1783-1910) For the first decade of...

El Teatro Coliseo

Argentine Theater History (1783-1910)

Article of the guest columnist, Osvaldo Calatayud for surdelsur.com In the Argentine theater history, different periods are described: Creating the first theatre,  La Ranchería Theatre; El Coliseo Provisional; period, theater in times of Rosas; the theater of 1860-1880 and the Generation of ’80  covering the period of 1880-1910. To learn more about the history of theater from 1910 on, we suggest to see The Argentine theater from 1910 The Ranchería Theatre In 1783 the first House of Comedy was created; the promoter of this enterprise was the Viceroy of Lights, as Viceroy Vértiz was called. The...

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