Interview with Susana Cook (2007)

Interview with Susana Cook, conducted by Mila Aponte-González as a part of the 6th Encuentro of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, celebrated in June of 2007 in Buenos Aires, Argentina under the title CORPOLÍTICAS en las Américas: Formaciones de Raza, Clase y Género / Body Politics in the Americas: Formations of Race, Class and Gender


Susana Cook is a New-York based Argentine playwright, performer, and director.  She has presented her work as an independent artist for over 20 years. Her originial plays include: The UnPatriotic Act: Homeland Insecurities, The Values Horror Show, 100 Years of Attitude, Dykenstein, Hamletango, and Hot Tamale, among others. The recipient of numerous fellowships and honors, she has presented her work globaly in Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Spain, India, Ecuador, and Canada.


Background Information
  • TItle: Interview with Susana Cook
  • Alternate Title: Susana Cook
  • Date: Jun. 15, 2007
  • Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Interviewee: Susana Cook
  • Interviewer: Mila Aponte-González
  • Duration: 23 minutes
  • Language: Spanish
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