Cabal universe is a view of life of the writer Graciela CABLA through the story Theatre
Sometimes particular it can be universal. The intimate, invaded by memories, anecdotes and confessions made public before the public eye. This is the story of the tale of the life of a writer Argentina, Graciela Cabal. Her life, her history, tensions between her art and her role as mother and wife, challenges us from this intimate space that offers us PARAJE Arteson, Palestine 919 (ex Rawson), bell 2.
The direction and dramaturgy are by Paula Broner and Bernardo Sabbioni that during an hour we propose a journey through the life of this talented writer Argentina. Her childhood, fights between her parents, her father successive diseases that always put on the brink of death. The teachings of his aristocratic grandmother. A married couple with three young children and her novel sleeping the eternal sleep in the drawer. Her wry look. Her fears. All that is also a bit ours.
Mirta Mato, Mercedes Pedemonte, Veronica Rivas and Eduardo Veliz embody the four voices to tell a life. A life can be big or small, but carried a theater, played with warmth and sweetness with which they do these actors, Mercedes Pedemonte and Veronica Rivas, lead us to explore a world of girl and woman.
The work on Sundays June takes place at 19:30, one hour after that wants to divorce, say Graciela Cabal.
The date is Sunday June at 19.30. in PARAJE Arteson, Palestine 919 (ex Rawson), Buenos Aires. Entry $ 100.
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About Graciela Cabal: Graciela Beatriz Cabal (Buenos Aires, 1939-2004) is a key figure in children's literature of the twentieth century Argentina. Brave when choosing topics writer, her narrative style is based on the colloquial spoken language of River Plate, without losing universality.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY I was born many years ago (sixty four) in barracks, a suburb of Buenos Aires. Since it was high like a shorty bench I invented stories for me. And later, when my mother taught me to read and write, I wrote these stories in a little notebooks that I had. So I was always a writer. I studied to be a teacher and, later, entered the Faculty of Arts, because I knew that there would have to walk between books, which is what I like. I was a puppeteer, I worked in schools and in publishing and writing scripts. Now I have published more than seventy books for children and adults (I have more books than years). I travel a lot for our country and for other (thankfully invited me to tell them stories and tell them about books). And one of the things that makes me most proud is that founded and still founding libraries (several bear my name, ha). In addition to the stack of awards I received, ha ha.
Some of my books: Fear, Batata, Family Secrets, Blue. For editorial Alfaguara and Santillana I wrote: Tomasito; Tomasito and words; Tomasito his two years old; What a surprise Tomasito; Tomasito goes to the garden; Barbapedro and others; Tales with witches; My friend the King; hiccups and Lives story.
I have a very old house full of books and paintings and dolls and garden gnomes and witches and angels of truth and lie. I have a piano that sounds alone and many plants. An old and deaf cat. And I have a flowery terrace and benteveos thrushes that come to eat the food of my old cat. Also I have a husband, always the same. And three grown children and several grandchildren living little ones at home but come over to play with my toys. And I have so many friends, with whom we do costume parties. You know what? I'm happy with my life. It's a nice life.
The Little Mermaid inspired Graciela Cabal http://abcmundial.com/noticias/argentina/politica/6008-sirenita-fuente-…
Traslation Belén Zapata