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Three plays translated and adapted from Argentinian playwright Eduardo Pavlovsky's original Spanish into English by Paul Verdier. The plays deal with the "dirty war" during the military repression in Argentina in the late 1970's.

Three plays translated and adapted from Argentinian playwright Eduardo Pavlovsky's original Spanish into English by Paul Verdier. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

Slow Motion, Potestad - Paternity, Pablo. by Eduardo Pavlovsky. Published September 1994 by Stages Theatre Press.

More by Eduardo A. Pavlovsky. Teatro Completo VI. Eduardo A. La Multiplicacion Dramatica. Mark Kesselman, Hernan Kesselman, Eduardo A. Psicodrama Psicoanalitico (Coleccion). Pavlovsky, Carlos Martinez Bouquet.

ISBN 10: 0964202409 ISBN 13: 9780964202405.

Eduardo Alejo Pavlovsky, often nicknamed Tato Pavlovsky, (December 10, 1933 – October 4, 2015) was an Argentine playwright, psychoanalyst, actor and novelist. His best known plays included El señor Galindez in 1973, La muerte de Margueritte Duras, and Potestad. Pavlovsky was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on December 10, 1933. According to the Buenos Aires Herald, Pavlovsky is considered a "pioneer of psychodrama in Latin America

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Eduardo Pavlovsky is an Argentine playwright, actor and psychiatrist who .

Eduardo Pavlovsky is an Argentine playwright, actor and psychiatrist who has reached New York in two of his incarnations as part of the First New York International Festival of the Arts. 'Pavlovsky Marathon,'' at the Cherry Lane Theater, offers four and a half hours of his work, about an hour of it in Spanish and performed by Mr. Pavlovsky himself. Cry for Me, Argentina PAVLOVSKY MARATHON, three plays by Eduardo Pavlovsky. SLOWMOTION, translated and directed by Paul Verdier; set design by Jim Sweeters; light design by Philip Allen; sound design by Bill OShaugnessy; stage manager, Sindy Slater. Tony Abatemarco Amilcar.

Slowmotion (1988) – Translated and directed by Paul Verdier, from the play by Eduardo Pavlovsky. English Mint (1988) – Translated and directed by Paul Verdier, from L'Amante Anglaise by Marguerite Duras. 1789 (October 1989) – Translated, adapted and directed by Paul Verdier, from the 1970 play by Ariane Mnouchkine. The night of Picasso (1990) – Translated and directed by Paul Verdier, from the play by Edoardo Erba. Porco selvatico (1991) – Translated and directed by Paul Verdier, from the play by Edoardo Erba. La Bête (1993 by playwright David Hirson) – Directed by Paul Verdier.

Eduardo Alejo Pavlovsky, often nicknamed Tato Pavlovsky, was an Argentine playwright . His first major play,

Eduardo Alejo Pavlovsky, often nicknamed Tato Pavlovsky, was an Argentine playwright, psychoanalyst, actor and novelist. His other plays included