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Thursday, 17 October 2013



A young writer who works at his family-run butcher’s shop in the suburbs of Buenos Aires is in pain as he realizes he will never be like Jorge Luis Borges. Especially after receiving a flat answer from his admired writer at the one time he met him in the flesh. This is the starting point of "Borges", the work written by Rodrigo García and staged by the company Sudor Argentino today at 10 PM and this Saturday at 5.30 PM at Teatro del Pueblo (Av. Roque Sáenz Peña 943). There are tickets available for both performances, on sale on this website and also at the box offices of the following theatres: San Martín (Av. Corrientes 1530), Regio (Av. Córdoba 6056), Presidente Alvear (Av. Corrientes 1659) and CCC Teatro 25 de Mayo (Av. Triunvirato 4444), from 11 AM to 7 PM.

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21 Oct 2013 ... AND MANY MORE

The series of films was also highly attractive for festivalgoers, with screenings of films featuring key figures from the international theatrical scene, such as the show “Tambours sur la Digue”, by Ariane Mnouchkine, and the documentary “Brook par Brook” (a portrait of Peter Brook made by his son). There were also screenings of Argentine films: “Los posibles”, by Santiago Mitre and Juan Onofri Barbato, “Viola” and “Rosalinda”, by Matías Piñeiro; in addition to [...]

74 thousand people in total attended the shows, activities, meetings and screenings programmed by the ninth edition of the Festival, attractive for the artistic quality and risk of the national and international productions presented, the inclusion of new sections and venues to the ever-lively Buenos Aires cultural and theatrical circuit (a total of 27 venues across nearly the entire city). Outstanding figures of international theatre in the 21st century such as German director Thomas [...]

On the last day of a memorable Festival with a massive turnout – with almost all performances sold out – 36 top-notch national productions and 20 international ones (performed by companies from Germany, Australia, Belgium, Chile, Congo, France, Italy, Mexico, Poland, United Kingdom and Uruguay), and the presence of world-renowned figures of theatre, there is still a chance to see two European plays. One is the Polish “III Furie”, staged by Modjeska Theatre (at Sala Casacuberta of t [...]


20 Oct 2013 SUNDAY’S FILMS

Films, one of the Festival’s most prominent sections, comes to an end. The lineup of screenings for today includes three contemporary Argentine films directed by talented young filmmakers. “Los Posibles”, by Santiago Mitre and Juan Onofre Barbato, about the dance project carried out by a group of youths from one of the most deprived areas in the Buenos Aires suburbs, will be screened at 3.30 PM. Then, “Rosalinda”, by Matías Piñeiro, will show at 6 PM – a chronicle of [...]

The book release and award ceremony for the Germán Rozenmacher Award will be held today at 3 PM at the auditorium Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo of the Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas (Corrientes 2038). The jury composed of Andrea Garrote, Jorge Dubatti and Mariano Saba chose “Un día es un montón de cosas”, by Jimena Aguilar. The play was translated into English, French and Portuguese and is published by Los Libros del Rojas in a quadrilingual edition with a print run [...]

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