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Latin Americans


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A series of eightportraits presented by Hugh 0' Shaughnessy 1: Nacha Guevara
When they put a bomb in the theatre I knew they were serious -so I left Argentina.
After eight years in exile, Nacha returned to Buenos Aires. made a triumphant appearance in the musical Eva, and became a star. She talks of her career as an actress and singer, the close and often dangerous connection between art and politics in Buenos Aires and her latest venture - directing and acting in Cabaret.
Friends and critics comment on her talent - 'she can be a witch, a lady, an urchin, a clown - anything she chooses'; and her character - 'anyone who can be a vegetarian in Argentina must be a rebel'.
Series producer MICK WEBB. Stereo
BBCbook. same title, £11.95 hardback and £6. 95 paperback, from booksellers 0 HEAR THIS! page 13and INFO: page 77


Producer: Mick Webb.

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