Isabel Banished in Isabel

Isabel Banished in Isabel is a one-act play written by Juan Radrigán and is a form theatrical “testimonio”:  Isabel testifies both for herself and for an entire social caste.  Isabel confronts the audience with her own poverty and isolation as well as their own silence and fear.  While the play resonates with the context of the Chilean dictatorship through Radrigán"s use of metaphorical references, as interpreted by LaMicro Theater, it is also focuses on the contemporary social issue of homelessness.
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Written by Juan Radrigán
Translated by Ana Puga
Directed by Martin Balmaceda



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