Piese de José Triana

Ahí están los Tarahumaras
The Tarahumara are a tribe in Mexico.Two people surrounded by debris, conflicted and pursued by their own resentments, nightmares and beautiful dreams.
El mayor general hablará de teogonía
Piesa se derulează într-un spațiu închis fără o localizare precisă - casa primarului. Trei personaje: Elisiria, Petronila și Higinio, se rezvrătesc împotriva propriilor limite, discută și se contrazic asupra unor probleme din trecut, dar până la vom descoperi misterul. Figura centrală este una paternă și susține toate celelalte personaje și ni se dezvăluie treptat și cu ajutorul lor.
Teatrul fraternității (El Parque de la Fraternidad)
La muerte del ñeque
The action takes palace in a murky fringe world,where the violence and criminality are clearly defined. The Ñeque - which means unlucky as an adjective, and evil or malignant as a noun—is the mulato Hilario García, who has risen, through chicanery and murder, to a position of power and influence in the corrupt police administration. His mistress is Blanca Estela, white, and a former prostitute, whom he won in a gambling game. The triangle is completed by Juvencio, son of one of Hilario's victims, who plots both the seduction of Blanca Estela and the murder of Hilario. Another triangular situation involves Hilario's white son Pablo, who has an ambiguous attitude toward both Blanca Estela and Berta, a young mulata who loves him.
Noaptea asasinilor (La noche de los asesinos)
It’s 1950s Cuba, before the revolution of 1959, and three adult siblings are in the basement or attic of their family home, acting out the murder of their own parents. Is this a fantasy, a rehearsal or the re-enactment of what has already taken place? In this deadly serious game of make-believe, children revolt in a world where there is no love between parents and children.
Medea en el espejo
‘In Euripides’ play Medea is a princess from Colchis, a sorceress who has married Jason, leader of the Argonauts, after helping him to obtain the Golden Fleece and to bring about the death of his uncle, Pelias, in order to put Jason on the throne. As a result of the murder, however, Jason was obliged to flee and subsequently met and married Creusa, daughter of the King of Corinth. Consumed by her desire for revenge, Medea murders her own children. Triana’s version contains no royal characters. His play is set in a ‘solar’, the kind of tenement building with which he had been familiar as a boy and which he revisited by way of preparation for writing the play. The characters are a cross-section of the lower end of Cuban society, as well as of Cuba’s racial mix. Medea become Maria and, far from being a princess, is a ‘mulata’, the daughter of one white and one black parent. The wife on Antonio is also a ‘mulata’ Señorita Amparo is a ‘mestiza’, the daughter of Indian and white parentage. Erundina, Madame Pitonisa and Doctor Mandinga are black. The barber, Julián, and Perico Piedra Fina are white. As far as the events of the play are concerned, Maria takes the same revenge as Medea and is similarly emotional. Julián, though not heroic in the Jason mould, is just as selfish in abandoning his wife for someone else. And Perico Piedra Fina, far from being a king, is an unscrupulous landlord and crooked entrepreneur, exploiting the poorer Cubans in order to further his own ends.

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José Triana s-a nascut la data de 1931 in Hatuey, Camagüey, Cuba.


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