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27 May Mexican playwright Emilio Carballido’s lightweight, none-too-succinct Rosa de Dos Aromas (Two-Scented Rose), by Emilio Carballido. 29 Mar En Zúrich se presenta una de las obras más conocidas del escritor mexicano Emilio Carballido, fallecido en febrero pasado, tras 82 años de. 24 Jun Obra de teatro “Rosa de Dos Aromas” de Emilio Carballido presentación en el Auditorio Adrián Gibert de la Universidad La Salle. Playwright.

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Carbadillo died of a heart attack on 11 February in Xalapa. Written by Mexican playwright Emilio Carballido, it begins with two very different women meeting by chance at a jail, waiting to see their imprisoned men.

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Morales-Chacana plays Marlene as an independent woman capable of re-inventing herself, even belting out one speech after climbing atop the dining room table.

Your email address will not be published. With a comic resolution that all audiences — women and men — should appreciate, Rosa de dos aromas de emilio carballido and Marlene take their lives into their own hands and become winners instead of victims.

The other woman, Marlene Karen Morales-Chacananamed after the 20 th century film goddess and femme fatale Marlene Dietrich, has never married. In a smart bit of stage business in the play’s opening scene — set in a jail’s waiting room — director Mario Marcel has the gals rifle systematically through their pocketbooks as they stand at opposite ends of a bench, searching for smoking paraphernalia. Yin and yang these ladies may be, but they at least share a slavish devotion to their purses.

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