Eine unendliche Reise:
Neue Theaterstücke aus Mexiko
Hrsg.: Heidrun Adler and Cordelia Dvorák
© Theater der Zeit, Berlin 2004
A journey without end: New works from Mexico, collects the work of ten young Mexican playwrights that reflect the experience of a dilemma to live in the midst of a world globalization and half-modernization in their own country. The themes are created from an imaginative new wealth, which is influenced on one hand by the hybrid Mexican popular culture, and on the other hand, by the influence of global media. It is important for this urban postmodern dramaturge that a reflection about everyday life in a megalopolis such as Mexico City is done. But the theatrical aspects near the northern border is reflected in this cultural clash: the tension caused between the need for assimilation into the dominant American culture and the conservation of an indigenous system.
This one is the eighth edition on theater in Latin America at the Theater und Mediengesellschaft Lateinamerika, e.V., which since 1988 is devoted to the cultural exchange between Germany and Latin America.
In this volume you can find the works of Alexander Roman After Shave, The Years That Followed the Death of John Lennon by Berta Hiriart, Still life and Marlon Brando by Humberto Leyva, Superheroes of the Global Village by Luis Mario Moncada, Lizard Woman by Cutberto Lopez, Belize. Triptychon by David Olguín, Fedra and Other Greek Females by Ximena Escalante, The Chess Player by Jaime Chabaud, Room in White by Estela Leñero and Happy New Century, Dr. Freud by Sabina Berman.