El Teatro Dominicano: Instrumento Político y Voz de una Identidad
Description: Throughout the history of the Dominican Republic, theater has played an instrumental role in the cultural life its people, one which transcends purely artistic and cultural dimensions extending its influence into the political and social fabric of the nation. In spite of Spanish colonization and later Haitian occupation, a nascent national identity began forming early on. The staging of certain plays exposed latent conflicts and revealed sectorial, class interests. Theater provided a means of e… more
Date: May 2016
Creator: Curiel, Sandra Y.
Partner: UNT Libraries