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Jaime Chabaud born February 24,  is a Mexican playwright, screenwriter, teacher and researcher, who has written more than plays over his career but is popularly known for his television work. Chabaud is also the founder and director of the Paso de gato theater magazine. During this time, he was supported by scholarships from the Centro Mexicano de Escritores Chabaud is a playwright, script writer, teacher, journalist and researcher. His research work has been published in Mexico and abroad, which includes various essays on the history of Mexico theaters, theory and theater criticism. It also includes four major works on 19th century Mexican theater. He rejected much of convention in theatre prior to his generation, which focused on realism, instead adding poetic elements.
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