Out of the Wings

José Triana Theatre in Context, Translation & Performance

Event sponsored by Out of the Wings!

Friday 4 May 2012

See the link here: PosterTriana for full information.


Inigo Rooms
Somerset House East Wing
King’s College London
Royal Academy of
Dramatic Art
Malet Street

Sessions held at King’s College London
10.00 – 10.30: Arrival and coffee
10.30 – 12.30: Contextualising Cuba
• Stephen Fay (University of Nottingham): The View from
Cuba’s Imaginary Edge: 1933 in the Isle of Pines Prison
• Fabienne Viala (King’s College London): The House of
Atreides: Cuban Dependence and Psychosis
in José Triana’s Theatre
• Luis Pérez (University of Cambridge): Short Journey
into the Night: The Rise and Fall of Revolutionary
Theatre in Socialist Cuba
12.30 – 14.00: Lunch
14.00 – 15.00: Cuban Theatre in Translation
• Kate Eaton (Queen Mary, University of London):
Playing the Cuban
• Gwen MacKeith (King’s College London):
On Nana Mansur’s Theatre
• Catherine Boyle (King’s College London): ‘Ahí están los
Tarahumaras’. On Translating Evaporating Dramatic Form
15.00 – 16.00: José Triana in dialogue

Session held at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art:
19.00 – 21.00: George Bernard Shaw Theatre, RADA, Malet Street
Head for Heights Theatre presents
a rehearsed reading of the unperformed one act play,
Ahí están los Tarahumaras / The Perfect Machine by José Triana
Translated by Catherine Boyle, directed by Daniela Peleanu
Hardie, with Carolyn Pickles and Robin Hooper


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