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Alt Title(s): Fanesca: Interview with Charo Francés (Malayerba), Entrevista a Charo Francés, Interview with Charo Francés (Malayerba), Charo Francés (Malayerba)
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Interview held at the Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro (FIT) de Cádiz, in Spain, in 1987.
Synopsis: Interview with Spaniard actress and Malayerba founding member María del Rosario 'Charo' Francés, in the context of their play 'La Fanesca' performed at the Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro (FIT) de Cádiz, held in Spain in 1987. In this interview, Charo talks about the origins and creative process of 'La Fanesca,' as well as the history of the Malayerba theater group. The actress also comments on...
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Recorded in Quito, Ecuador, in 2004.
Synopsis: 'Malayerba: 25 años de teatro' is a documentary prepared by this Ecuadorian theater ensemble as an overview of the first 25 years of artistic trajectory. Weaving interviews with founding members and artistic directors María del Rosario 'Charo' Francés and Arístides Vargas, and illustrated through video and photo documentation, the documentary portrays the history and creative coordinates of the G...
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Performed at Casa Malayerba, Quito, Ecuador, in 2003.
Synopsis: 'La muchacha de los libros usados' tells the story of a girl whose family sold her to a soldier. Her life then unravels as a series of experiences related to the organized, symmetrical life of the army. Still almost a child, the girl is forced by the soldier to live in the barracks, treating her like a prized object. The night he decides to engage in sexual intercourse with her, the girl runs awa...
Alt Title(s): Imágenes de 'Jardín de pulpos', Jardín de pulpos (video excerpts)
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Performed in Quito, Ecuador in 1992.
Synopsis: José, a man who has lost his memory, wanders along a country that he no longer feels his own, a place that no longer holds affective ties, personal memories linking him to a community. One day he meets Toña, a woman of great kindness, alienated due to a profound lack of affection. She tells him that in a nearby beach, many years ago, people used to go to sleep and dream a collective dream and tha...
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Filmed at the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, New York City, November 12, 2012.
Synopsis: Interview with Aristides Vargas and Charo Francés, founding members of Grupo de Teatro Malayerba. In this interview, Vargas and Francés talk about the group’s trajectory, from its origins based on the anguish that comes with the exile. They explain that finding a theatrical common territory offers both a sense of belonging and a permanent precarity, from where they have constantly reinvented them...
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Performed at the Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro (FIT) de Cádiz, held in Spain, in 1987.
Synopsis: 'La Fanesca' is one of the very first plays created by Ecuadorian theater group Malayerba. Collectively created in 1984 under the direction of founding member Susana Pautasso, the play is based on texts by María Escudero. A 'fanesca' is a traditional Ecuadorian dish, a rich soup made of a variety of ingredients, typically prepared and served only in the week before Easter; this play is inspired o...
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Performed at Casa Malayerba, Quito, Ecuador, in 2004.
Synopsis: 'Donde el viento hace buñuelos' crystallizes an ongoing artistic collaboration Teatro Malayerba (Ecuador) and Rosa Luisa Márquez (Puerto Rico), produced under the name Suda-k-ribe. Collaboratively created through improvisations by actresses María del Rosario 'Charo' Francés and Rosa Luisa Márquez, the directorial and dramaturgical vision of Arístides Vargas, and the visual and spatial transformat...
Alt Title(s): Imágenes de 'El deseo más canalla', Deseo más canalla (video excerpts)
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Performed in Quito, Ecuador in 2000.
Synopsis: A group of writers are in the habit of gathering in a public library to engage in creative writing and to exchange opinions about their musings. Gradually, life and fiction merge into a discourse blending experiences lived and imagined. Themes like love, death and revolution are lived and recreated in a constant game of imagination; the characters defend the library as a space of fantasy against ...
Alt Title(s): Apuntes sobre la intimidad de los héroes
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Performed in Quito, Ecuador, in 2006.
Synopsis: 'Bicicleta Lerux' presents the life of Ulises, a domestic Ulysses who never leaves home and whose travels are limited to wandering between the living room, the kitchen and the bathroom, in a personal Odyssey of memory. Penelope, in the meantime, unravels Ulises' journey, revealing an intimate life full of absences. The voyage is triggered by Lerux - a person? a place? an idea? - which stirs Ulise...
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Performed at Casa de América, Madrid, Spain, on June 27, 2005; recorded in the context of the Festival de Teatro 'El Quijote' en Iberoamérica.
Synopsis: 'La razón blindada' is based on the classic novel 'El Quijote' by Miguel de Cervantes, Franz Kafka's 'The Truth about Sancho Panza,' and testimonies by Chicho Vargas and other political prisoners held in the 1970's at the Rawson Prison during Argentina's dictatorship. In the play, two political prisoners, oppressed by physical and emotional abuse, find solace in meeting every Sunday at dusk to te...
Alt Title(s): Imágenes de 'Pluma y la tempestad', Pluma y la tempestad (video excerpts)
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Performed in Quito, Ecuador in 1995.
Synopsis: 'Pluma y la tempestad' tells the story of a youngster (who could be a boy or a girl), born in a hostile world, growing up on the streets like a boat adrift, like a feather in the storm ('como pluma en la tempestad'), tossed and turned by the ever-changing gusts of life. It is the story of a marginalized person, exposed to all kinds of dangers, coerced to sell out, to compromise, to resign himself...
Alt Title(s): Nuestra señora de las nubes (segundo ejercicio sobre el exilio)
Collection Title(s): Malayerba collection
Location: Performed as part of the Hispanic Theatre Festival in New York City, on June 28, 2001.
Synopsis: 'Nuestra Señora de las Nubes' (subtitled as an 'exercise on exile') tells the story of the encounters of two political exiles, Oscar and Bruna, who meet in a nondescript place and time to share memories of their homeland, an ethereal, fictional town called Nuestra Señora de las Nubes (Our Lady of the Clouds). Constantly alternating between present realities and past memories, and with two pieces ...
Location: Performed at Jardín Botánico, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, on May 1, 2004.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue. Founding member of the theater group Anamú in 1971, she holds a Master's degree from New York University and a Doctorate from Michigan State University; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the Theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She ...
Location: Performed at Teatro Yerbabruja, San Juan, Puerto Rico, in Dec. 2006.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue. Founding member of the theater group Anamú in 1971, she holds a Master's degree from New York University and a Doctorate from Michigan State University; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the Theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She ...
Alt Title(s): Rosa Luisa Márquez
Location: Interviewed in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Oct. 17, 2006.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (http://www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue. Founding member of the theater group Anamú in 1971, she holds a masters degree from New York University and a Doctorate from Michigan State University; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the Theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978...
Alt Title(s): Martorell-Márquez (2000): el taller como principio y fin, Workshop as process and product
Location: Workshop given at the 1st Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, titled Performance and Politics in the Americas, held in Brazil in July 2000 ; video produced in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 2000.
Synopsis: Video companion to the lecture "El Taller Como Principio y Fin / Workshop as Process and Product" delivered by Rosa Luisa Márquez and Antonio Martorell at the 1st Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, held in Brazil in July 2000 (www.hemisphericinstitute.org/eng/seminar/brazil/index.shtml). As suggested by its title, and illustrated with abundant footage from actual ...
Location: Performed in Cayey, Puerto Rico, in 1987.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She developed the current curriculum of Drama Activities, which she teaches in her workshops at schools, prisons, rehab centers, women's shelters and communi...
Alt Title(s): SIDA
Location: Performed in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Aug. 21, 1991.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She developed the current curriculum of Drama Activities, which she teaches in her workshops at schools, prisons, rehab centers, women's shelters and communi...
Location: Performed at the University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 1989.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She developed the current curriculum of Drama Activities, which she teaches in her workshops at schools, prisons, rehab centers, women's shelters and communi...
Location: Performed at the University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 1986.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She developed the current curriculum of Drama Activities, which she teaches in her workshops at schools, prisons, rehab centers, women's shelters and communi...
Location: Occurred in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Jan. 19, 1985.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She developed the current curriculum of Drama Activities, which she teaches in her workshops at schools, prisons, rehab centers, women's shelters and communi...
Location: Performed in Cayey, Puerto Rico, in 1987.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez is a Puerto Rican theatre artist and pedagogue specializing in contemporary theatre. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the theatre department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She developed the current curriculum of Drama Activities, which she teaches in her workshops at schools, prisons, rehab centers, shelters and community centers. Her directing projects incl...
Alt Title(s): Gente o gente [sic]
Location: Performed in Cayey, Puerto Rico, on Jan. 6, 1988.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She developed the current curriculum of Drama Activities, which she teaches in her workshops at schools, prisons, rehab centers, women's shelters and communi...
Location: Performed at Colegio Universitario de Cayey, Puerto Rico, on Mar. 8, 1988.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She developed the current curriculum of Drama Activities, which she teaches in her workshops at schools, prisons, rehab centers, women's shelters and communi...
Location: Performed at the University of Puerto Rico, Cayey Campus, on Mar. 8, 1987. [Date incorrectly labeled on recording as: March 8, 1989].
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She developed the current curriculum of Drama Activities, which she teaches in her workshops at schools, prisons, rehab centers, women's shelters and communi...
Location: Performed in San Juan, Purto Rico, in Apr. 1996.
Synopsis: Adaptation of "Jardín de Pulpos", renowned play by Argentinean writer Arístides Vargas (of the Ecuadorian theater group Malayerba), directed by Rosa Luisa Márquez and collectively created with her students of the "Teatro Rodante" (Traveling Theater) of the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus. A theater piece on memory, atrocity, affect and resistance, "Pulpos" bridges time (from a mythi...
Alt Title(s): Re-cuentos y re-visiones en el teatro de Rosa Luisa Márquez
Location: Filmed in Puerto Rico in 1992.
Synopsis: Documentary on the creative methods, pedagogic approaches and experimental performances of Puerto Rican theater director Rosa Luisa Márquez. The video shows a retrospective of theater projects developed by Márquez since 1985 with her university students in her course Drama Activities and her student ensemble 'Teatreros Ambulantes de Cayey', as well as her artistic collaborations with renowned art...
Alt Title(s): If a grain does not die, If a grain does not die (a foodish tail) : Si el grano no muere (o, no coma cuento) ; (a multicultural, multilingual production)
Location: Filmed at the MIT Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1992.
Synopsis: Dress rehearsal for the performance "Si el grano no muere..." directed by Rosa Luisa Márquez and Antonio Martorell in the context of their 10-day residency at MIT in 1992. Involving MIT students, high school students and members of the Latino communities in Boston and Cambridge, and featuring metaphorical references to "grains", with sets made of corn tortilla, bread, pasta, rice, and other dispo...
Alt Title(s): Heartstrung, Son corazón: para Myrna Vázquez, Heartstrung: para MyrnaVázquez
Location: Performed in Boston, Massachusets, in 1995.
Synopsis: Video excerpts of "Son Corazón / Heartstrung", a theatrical tribute to actress and activist Myrna Vázquez, premiered at the Jorge Hernández Cultural Center in Villa Victoria, Boston, in July 1995, and later restaged at the U. of Amherst as a part of the New World Theatre in June 1996. The work, written and directed by former MIT artist-in-residence Rose Luisa Márquez, was researched and conceived...
Location: Performed at Centro de Bellas Artes Luis A. Ferré, San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Apr. 19, 2002.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue. Founding member of the theater group Anamú in 1971, she holds a Master's degree from New York University and a Doctorate from Michigan State University; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the Theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She ...
Alt Title(s): Qué siento volando?, Qué csiento volando?
Location: Performed at Jardín Botánico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 1988.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue. Founding member of the theater group Anamú in 1971, she holds a Master's degree from New York University and a Doctorate from Michigan State University; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the Theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She ...
Location: Performed at University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, Puerto Rico, on Dec. 2, 1995.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue. Founding member of the theater group Anamú in 1971, she holds a Master's degree from New York University and a Doctorate from Michigan State University; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the Theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She ...
Alt Title(s): Esperando a Godó, Waiting for Godot
Location: Performed at University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, Puerto Rico, in 1997.
Synopsis: 'Remark that I might just as well have been in his shoes and he in mine. If chance had not willed otherwise': Pozzo's line from Samuel Beckett's 'Waiting for Godot' gives the audience clues through which to decipher the coordinates of Rosa Luisa Márquez rendition of this Theater of the Absurd masterpiece. Adapted to the Puerto Rican reality, this play places the audience onstage, witnessing the g...
Alt Title(s): Romeos y Julietas, Romeo y Julieta, Romeo and Juliet
Location: Performed at University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, Puerto Rico, on Mar. 27, 2003.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue. Founding member of the theater group Anamú in 1971, she holds a Master's degree from New York University and a Doctorate from Michigan State University; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the Theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She ...
Location: Recorded at University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, Puerto Rico, in Apr. 2001.
Synopsis: Rosa Luisa Márquez (www.marquezmartorell.org) is a Puerto Rican theater artist and pedagogue. Founding member of the theater group Anamú in 1971, she holds a Master's degree from New York University and a Doctorate from Michigan State University; she specializes in contemporary theater. Rosa Luisa started her teaching career at the Theater department of the University of Puerto Rico in 1978. She ...