Cypress, Sandra Messinger. “Physical Imagery in the Plays of Griselda Gambaro,” Modern Drama 18, no. 4 (1975): 357-364. Explores the use of space and imagery of Gambaro’s plays.
Cypress, Sandra Messinger. “The Plays of Griselda Gambaro.” In Dramatists in Revolt: The New Latin American Theater, edited by George W. Woodyard and Leon F. Lyday. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1976. Examines political trends in theater as a “new” development in the 1970’s.
Foster, David William. “The Texture of Dramatic Action in the Plays of Griselda Gambaro.” Hispanic Journal 1, no. 2 (1979): 57-66. An exploration of the dramatic techniques of Gambaro.
Holzapfel, Tamara. “Griselda Gambaro’s Theatre of the Absurd.” Latin American Theatre Review 4, no. 1 (1970): 5-12. Discusses the techniques and themes used by Gambaro and common to the Theater of the Absurd movement.
Jehenson, Myriam Yvonne. “Staging Cultural Violence: Griselda Gambaro and Argentina’s ‘Dirty War.’” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 32, no. 1 (March, 1999): 85-104. Examines Gambaro’s play Information for Foreigners and its link between politics and art, drawing parallels to the mechanisms of Argentina’s repressive regime in the 1970’s.
Magnarelli, Sharon. “Acting/Seeing Women: Griselda Gambaro’s El despojamiento.” In Latin American Women’s Writing: Feminist Readings in Theory and Crisis, edited by Anny Brooksbank Jones and Catherine Davies. New York: Clarendon Press, 1996. Focuses on Gambaro’s use of the theatrical element as a thematic thread in El despojamiento, itself an allegory for Argentina’s military regime.
Mendez-Faith, Teresa. “Sobre el uso y abuso de poder en la producción dramatica de Griselda Gambaro.” Revista Iberoamericana 51 (1985): 831-841. Explores Gambaro’s depictions of the use and abuse of power in her plays.
Reinelt, Janice, ed. Crucibles of Crisis: Performing Social Change. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996. Essay by Diane Taylor uses Information for Foreigners to explore the intersection of theater and terror, examining especially the theater’s ability to prevent or conceal violence.
Witte, Ann. Guiding the Plot: Politics and Feminism in the Work of Women Playwrights from Spain and Argentina. New York: Peter Lang, 1996. Focuses on the theater in Argentina and Spain between 1960 to 1990, a period of important sociopolitical change in both countries. Examines the way in which playwrights can provide an oppositional stance to those in power and work within the confines of an oppressive environment.