Department of Music

Back Page

Spanish Golden Age Theatre Symposium
El Paso, March 1998

Spanish Golden Age Theater Symposium

TENTATIVE PROGRAM (MINUS CHAIRS OF SESSIONS and diacritical marks)

March 5-7, 1998 El Paso, Texas
Association for Hispanic Classical Theater

Wednesday, March 4, 1998

AHCT Officers Meeting 9:00-12:00

AHCT Board Meeting 1:00-5:00 (Cliffhanger) Chair, Donald T. Dietz

Chamizal National Memorial 8:00
        Los milagros del desprecio
        Mexicali a Secas, Mexicali, Baja California
        Dir. Angel Norzagaray

Thursday, March 5, 1998

Session (Ballroom B)
9:00-9:30 Rogelio Minana (Pennsylvania State University), Representar lo
	irrepresentable: puesta en escena y marco narrativo en La gloria
	de Niquea de Villamediana

9:30-10:00 Jose Dominguez Burdalo (Johns Hopkins University), Sobre la
	inauguración del Corral de Comedias de Salamanca, Castilla la
	Vieja y el teatro a comienzos del XVII

10:00-10:30 Kenneth Stackhouse (Virginia Commonwealth University), La
	escena diplomatica: La union de las coronas en tres comedias
	portuguesas de Lope de Vega


Session (Ballroom A)

9:00-9:30 Donald R. Larson (Ohio State University), Moreto's Pavane: Dance
	as Metaphor in El desden con el desden

9:30-10:00 Angel Sanchez (Arizona State University), En torno al proceso
	de representación-creación en El pintor de su deshonra: comedia y
	auto

10:00-10:30 Patricia Bentivegna, (Saint Francis College, Emerita), La
	zarzuela a lo largo de los años: temas y variaciones

Session (Ballroom A)

10:45-11:15 Mary Lorene Thomas (Meredith College), Calderón's Case for
	Mary's Privilege in La hidalga del valle

11:15-11:45 Nancy Mayberry (East Carolina University), Fearful Symmetry in
	Lope de Vega's La hermosa Ester

11:45-12:15 Cecilia McGinniss (Ohio State University), Authenticating the
	Imagined: Hidden Dimensions of the St. Genesius Legends by Pedro
	Rivandeneira, S.J., (1599) and in Lope de Vega's Lo fingido
	verdadero (1607-8)

Session (Cliffhanger)

10-45-11:15 David Gomez Torres (University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh),
	Ficciones, mentiras y literariedad: La verdad sospechosa de Ruiz
	de Alarcn

11:15-11:45 Baltasar Fra Molinero (Bates College), Of Comendadores, Black
	Slaves, and Reenactments of Fuenteovejuna

11:45-12:15 Matthew Borden (University of Texas, Austin), The Quest for
	Justice in La vida es sueño

Session  (Ballroom A)

1:30-2:00 Mindy Bada (University of Arkansas), Performance Theory, The
	Postcolonial Project and Marta la piadosa, 1986

2:00-2:30 Constance Rose (Northeastern University), The Clash of the
	Classics: Film Versions of Fernando de Roja's Celestina and Lope
	de Vega's El perro del hortelano

2:30-3:00 Anita Stoll (Cleveland State University), Segismundo Lives!

Session (Cliffhanger)

1:30-2:00 C. George Peale (California State University, Fullerton),
	Teatralidad y tragedia en La Serrana de la Vera de Vlez de Guevara

2:00-2:30 Barbara Mujica (Georgetown University), Stage and Sign:
	Cervantes's La Cueva de Salamanca

2:30-3:00 John W. Reed (Purdue University), A Case of Role-Reversal: El
	castigo del penseque and the Nineteenth Century Refundicion


Session (Cliffhanger)

3:15-3:45 Theodore H. Parks (Pepperdine University), Spheres of Love in
	Guilln de Castro's Las mocedades del Cid

3:45-4:15 Charles Oriel (Washington University), Performative
	Appropriation in Don Alvaro de Luna

4:15-4:45 Kristina Rios de Lumbreras (Arizona State University),
	Teatralización y novelización: el lector-espectador y las
	transgresiones genericas y culturales de los Retablos de Cervantes

Session (Ballroom B)

3:15-3:45 Gwyn E. Campbell (Washington & Lee University), Gender Roles and
	Meanings in Zayas's La traicion en la amistad

3:45-4:15 Laura Gorfkle (Virginia Poly Technological Institute), Female
	Community and Social Control in Maria de Zayas's La traicion en la
	amistad

4:15-4:45 Maria Jose Delgado (Kent State University, Stark),
	Deconstruction of (De)sire and the Weaving of Gynographesis in
	Mara de Zayas's La traicion en la amistad


Chamizal National Memorial 8:00
        Fuenteovejuna
        Borderlands Tuscon, Arizona
        Dir. Barclay Goldsmith

Friday, March 6

8:45-10:00 AHCT General Meeting (Ballrooms)

10:30-12:30 The Comedia and Technology (Computer lab, UTEP)

The Comedia On-Line
Matthew D. Stroud (Trinity University)

Amy Williamsen (University of Arizona)

Baltasar Fra-Molinero (Bates College) & Pithamber R. Polsani (University
	of Arizona), Fuenteovejuna, a CDROM project

Representatives from Chadwyck-Healey, Madrid, Uso de nuevas tecnologías
	para la investigación y la enseanza de la literatura española:
	Teatro español del siglo de oro

Note:  If you need a ride, meet at the hotel entrance at 10:15.


Session (Cliffhanger) Body Parts: Female Representation and Authorial
Control in Golden Age Comedia
Chair, Frederick de Armas (Pennsylvania State University)

1:30-2:00 Rosilie Hernandez-Pecoraro (California State University, Long
	Beach), Between Evil and the Sublime: Representations of Women in
	the Eclogues of Juan del Encina

2:00-2:30 Anne Cruz (University of Illinois, Chicago), Counter/Acting the
	Body Politic: Leonor de la Cueva's La firmeza en la ausencia

2:30-3:00 Charles Ganelin (Purdue University), Handing Over the Goods:
	Tirso de Molina's La celosa de si misma

Session (Ballroom A)

1:30-2:00 Kathleen Regan (University of Portland), The Comedia Revisited:
	Belle Epoque as Contemporary Comedia

2:00-2:30 Elma Dassbach (Southwest State University), Santa Teresa de
	Jesus de Lope de Vega y Madre Teresa: Teatralización de dos
	santidades

Session (Ballroom B)

1:30-2:00 Alisa Tigchelaar (Indiana University), Casting Questioning
	Women: Cueva, Caro and the Performance Text

2:00-2:30 Thomas Finn (Angelo State University), Performing Alternative
	Identity on the Stage of Two Nations

2:30-3:00 Sharon Voros (US Naval Academy), Engendering the Stage in Ana
	Caro's El Conde Partinuples and Leonor de la Cueva's La firmeza en
	la ausencia

Session (Ballroom B) Siblings, Sexualities and Subversions
Chair, Matthew D. Stroud (Trinity University)

3:15-3:45 Barbara Simerka (University of Texas, San Antonio), Hierarchy
	and Homosociality in Lope's La noche de San Juan

3:45-4:15 Christopher B. Weimer (Oklahoma State University), Sex(ism) in
	the Shadows: Homoeroticism and Misogyny in Tirso's Privar contra
	su gusto

4:15-4:45 Daniel L. Heiple (Tulane University), Gender Problems in
	Francisco de Villega's Lo que puede la crianza

Session (Cliffhanger)

3:15-3:45 Susan Paun de Garcia (Denison University), Cracking the
	Prompters' Code: Staging Two Magic Plays

3:45-4:15 Ellen M. Anderson (York University), From the Lewd to the Ludic:
	Staging the Liberation of Character in Cervantes's Los baños de Argel


4:15-4:45 Margaret R. Hicks (Duquesne University), Staging Strategies:
	Scenes of Violent Action in Lope de Vega's Early Plays

Chamizal National Memorial 8:00
        Fuenteovejuna (The Sheep Well)
        Borderlands Tuscon, Arizona
        Dir. Barclay Goldsmith

Saturday, March 7
Session I

9:00-10:15  Panel Discussion with Borderlands

Session II
10:30-12:00 Dale Wasserman, "The Theater and Don Quixote"

Luncheon Banquet  12:15-1:30 Ballroom A

Chamizal National Memorial 8:00
        Lazarillo de Tormes
        Dir: Antonio Tordera, Valencia, Espana
                Luis de Tavira, Mxico, DF

Siglo de Oro Drama Festival, Chamizal National Memorial

Round Table Discussants (each night after the performance):

Antonio Tordera, Vicerrector de Cultura de la Universidad de Valencia

Luis de Tavira, Director de la Casa de Teatro, DF

The AHCT cordially invites you to its hopsitality room (Room 123) each
night after returning from the Round Table. 

The Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc. would like to
acknowledge the special contributions of the following: 

The Cliff Inn Staff (especially Martha Gmez)
Franklin Smith
Jos Luis Surez and UTEP
U.S. Park Service
Angel Sánchez

AHCT Officers
Donald T. Dietz, President
Catherine Larson, First Vice President
Anita K. Stoll, Second Vice President
Robert Johnston, Secretary
Sharon Voros, Treasurer