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Alt Title(s): Marianela Boán
Location: Interviewed in Monterrey, Mexico, in July 2001, as part of the Second Annual Hemispheric Institute Seminar entitled Memory, Atrocity and Resistance.
Synopsis: Interview with Marianela Boán, conducted by Shanna Lorenz during the 2nd Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, celebrated in June of 2001 in Monterrey, Mexico under the title Memory, Atrocity and Resistance. Marianela Boán graduated from Cubas National School of Dance in 1971 and received a degree in Hispanic Literature and Language from Havana University in 1981. Fo...
Alt Title(s): Blanche Dubois, Blanche
Location: Performed in Lima, Peru, in July 2002, as part of the Third Annual Hemispheric Institute Seminar entitled Globalization, Migration and the Public Sphere.
Synopsis: Video documentation of Marianela Boáns solo dance performance Blanche Dubois presented as part of the 3rd Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, celebrated in July of 2002 in Lima, Peru under the title Globalization, Migration and the Public Sphere. Blanche is based on Tennessee Williams play A Streetcar Named Desire. For many years Marianela Boán admired the characte...
Alt Title(s): DanzAbierta performs Chorus Perpetuus
Location: Performed at Teatro de la Ciudad in Monterrey, Mexico, in June 2001, as part of the Second Annual Hemispheric Institute Seminar entitled Memory, Atrocity and Resistance.
Synopsis: Video documentation of DanzAbiertas performance Chorus Perpetuus presented as a part of the 2nd Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, celebrated in June of 2001 in Monterrey, Mexico under the title Memory, Atrocity and Resistance. Chorus Perpetuus is a fascinatingly comic, playful, but also sad reflection on freedom, collectivity, and the necessity of responsible act...
Location: Performed in New York City, on July 7 and 12, 2003, as part of the Spectacles of Religiosities Seminar, Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, New York University, July 5-12, 2003.
Synopsis: Carmelita Tropicana is the Emcee of the ‘Virgin Cabaret’ during the Hemispheric Institute 4th Encuentro ‘Spectacles of Religiosities’ held at New York University in 2003. This cabaret offers artists and participants a chance to ‘come as their favorite virgin,’ in a play on religion, sexuality, and the prevailing belief in miracles. The cabaret included ‘Sermon of Seven or More Words’ by Susana Co...