Due to the ongoing pandemic, all performance dates are subject to change.
Nine adolescent girls from Chile take to the stage and speak out about the violence against women. The Teatro La Re-sentida team draws on interviews with over 100 underage girls and young women who have experienced abuse either as eyewitnesses or as victims. The young actresses, all between the ages of 15 and 19, narrate these true stories, commenting on them and reconstructing many of the incidents narrated.
At once emotional and sensitive, angry and provocative, but also distant and objective, the performance begs for a response from audiences. However, the theatre company does far more than simply record the growing violence against women. Their performance comes with a sense of urgency: they wish to finally break the silence. And make theatre an antidote to fear.
Directed by Marco Layera
Assistant to the director: Carolina de la Maza
Text: Carolina de la Maza, Marco Layera
Dramaturgical advisers: Anita Fuentes, Francisca Ortiz, Soledad Escobar
Psychologist: Soledad Gutiérrez
Set and lighting: design Pablo de la Fuente
Costume design: Daniel Bagnara
Technical manager: Karl Heinz Sateler
Musical composition: Tomás González
Sound: Rodrigo Leal
Ignacia Atenas, Alemendra Menichetti, Paula Castro, Daniela López, Angelina Miglietta, Matilde Morgado, Constanza Poloni, Rafaela Ramírez, Arwen Vásquez.
Suitable for viewers over 13 years.
As part of the Athens & Epidaurus Festival 2020. Nine adolescent girls from Chile take to the stage and speak out about the violence against women.
To be announced.