Hybridity: Revolution in Latinx Performing Arts

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Hybridity: Revolution in Latinx Performing Arts


Theater and society
Theater and state
Inca art
Inca mythology
Adultery (Inca law)
Quechua language
Incas--first contact with other peoples
Latin Americans
Two thousands (Decade)
Nineteen forties


From the intersection of heritage and theatre, "Ollantay" fosters revolution in 1944 Chile, 1990 New York City, and 2004 California. It is linked to Magda Portal, Ollantay Center for the Arts, and Luis Avalos, respectively. Through three different times and locations, otherness results in powerful spaces and initiatives for marginalized communities.


Americas Theatre Arts Foundation
Magda Portal
Damián Dovarganes


Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin


October 2004
3 August 1944


Leona Mariel Hernandez


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