What are the real rules? (From the dramatic form to the open form)
Total hours: 34h
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Victoria Szpunberg, author of La màquina de parlar, Boys don’t Cry and L’onzena plaga, will offer the basic tools for starting to write plays.
A tour through the basic concepts of dramatic writing accompanied by practical writing exercises, with special emphasis on the dialogue between the rules proposed by dramatic convention and the personal perspective of each participant.
Theatre as a space for developing the imagination and the limits of language and of performance.
Within the GREC 2017 Festival of Barcelona.
Buenos Aires, 1973
Playwright and teacher of drama at the Institut del Teatre and at the Escola Superior de Coreografia de Barcelona. In the year 2000, she was invited to take up an International Residency at the Royal Court Theatre with her first play. Since then, her works have premiered at different national and international festivals and theatres. Besides her career as an author, she has collaborated with different choreographers, signed dramatic productions and theatre adaptations, worked as a director and written plays for the radio and sound installations. She has also participated in Theatre and Education projects and is a collaborator of the Patothom school for social theatre. Highlights among her works include Entre aquí y allá (Lo que dura un paseo), L’aparador (Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, 2003), Esthetic Paradise (Sala Beckett – Festival Grec, 2004), La màquina de parlar (a production that she also directed at the Sala Beckett, 2007/2022 and at the Sala PIM in Milan, 2008), El meu avi no va anar a Cuba (Festival Grec – Sala Beckett, 2008), La marca preferida de las hermanas Clausman (Teatre Tantarantana, 2010), Boys don’t Cry (Teatre Tantaranta, 2012), L’Onzena Plaga (Teatre Lliure, 2015), Balena blava (Teatre Nacional, 2017), El pes d’un cos (TNC and Centro Dramático Nacional, 2022) and Mal de coraçon (TNC, 2023).
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