Abstract

An analysis of three closely related solo performances by artists from the Caribbean. The works of Puerto Rican Javier Cardona, Dominican Waddys JÁques, and Cuban Marianela BoÁn are hybrid expressions that make no distinction between theatre and dance. These artists ignore linear or continuous time, actively consider the audience, and propose a subversive and intertextual linguistic game that appropriates popular language and culture, merging these into a new performative norm.

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