Blue Box

Blue Box

Carmen Aguirre / Dec 14, 2019

Blue Box Interweaving recollections of her revolutionary life in Chile under Augusto Pinochet s regime with her fleeting attempts to realize a vision of love in Los Angeles Carmen Aguirre s one woman show Blu

  • Title: Blue Box
  • Author: Carmen Aguirre
  • ISBN: 9780889227576
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Paperback
  • Interweaving recollections of her revolutionary life in Chile under Augusto Pinochet s regime with her fleeting attempts to realize a vision of love in Los Angeles, Carmen Aguirre s one woman show Blue Box is a fiery proclamation of carnal yearning and social conviction As ever, Aguirre is assertive, sexy, and wryly political, sharing the sacrifices of her life with humInterweaving recollections of her revolutionary life in Chile under Augusto Pinochet s regime with her fleeting attempts to realize a vision of love in Los Angeles, Carmen Aguirre s one woman show Blue Box is a fiery proclamation of carnal yearning and social conviction As ever, Aguirre is assertive, sexy, and wryly political, sharing the sacrifices of her life with humor and courage.Carmen Aguirre is a Vancouver based theater artist and screen actor who has worked extensively throughout North and South America She organizes Theatre of the Oppressed workshops and teaches in the acting department at the Vancouver Film School Her 2011 autobiography, Something Fierce Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter, is an award winning bestseller.

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    About "Carmen Aguirre"

      • Carmen Aguirre

        Carmen Aguirre is a Vancouver based theatre artist who has worked extensively in North and South America She has written and co written twenty one plays, including Chile Con Carne, The Trigger, The Refugee Hotel, and Blue Box Her first non fiction book, Something Fierce Memoirs of a Revolutionary Daughter, was published in 2011 by Douglas McIntyre in Canada and Granta Portobello in the United Kingdom and is now available in Finland and Holland, in translation Something Fierce was nominated for British Columbia s National Award for Canadian Non Fiction, the international Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non Fiction, was a finalist for the 2012 BC Book Prize, was selected by the Globe and Mail, Quill Quire, and the National Post as one of the best books of 2011, was named Book of the Week by BBC Radio in the United Kingdom, won CBC Canada Reads 2012, and is a number one national bestseller Aguirre has than sixty film, TV, and stage acting credits, is a Theatre of the Oppressed workshop facilitator, and an instructor in the acting department at Vancouver Film School She received the Union of B.C Performers 2011 Lorena Gale Woman of Distinction Award, the 2012 Langara College Outstanding Alumnae Award, and has been nominated for the Jessie Richardson Theatre Award, the Dora Mavor Moore Award, and the prestigious Siminovitch Prize Aguirre is a graduate of Studio 58.


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    1. I actually got to see Carmen do a live performance of this, which made me curious to read the script (since I'm one of those weird nerds who does that sort of thing). I really like this story, especially how it goes between her relationship with "Vision Man," to her involvement in the revolution. Honestly though, I didn't care all that much about "Vision Man," (at first) the more Carmen talked/wrote about her time being part of the revolution the more I wanted to know about that. Those stories w [...]


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