"Revolución en América del Sur" is a play that tells the story of José da Silva, an exploited worker who, in search of a raise that allows him to have lunch, gets stuck in the race between minimum wage and the cost of living, the latter of which always seems to take the lead. In his exploitation, he becomes part of the revolution. This dramatic text explores the present and the immediate future of Latin America at its political-social junction.
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