The violence of Sarah Kane’s theater seen by João Telmo | theater

For many years now, João Telmo has said he is “in love” with Sarah Kane’s first text — a furor that erupted in the 1990s, ripping through the body with rawness and verbal and physical violence. establishment of the English theatre. The “toned dialogues”, as the director calls them, close to the most helpless life and not inclined to make the public happy with themselves and pacified with their trip to the theater, made the British playwright an immediate phenomenon in England, shocking and conquering in doses similar, in an assumed clash with the conservatism of the medium.

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