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Women on the Verge

Data:

27/04/2017


Women on the Verge

Women on the Verge. Una produzione di "The Bridge Teatro Latino".

Opera teatrale politica con la regia di Jaime Wilson-Ramirez interpretato da Maria Paula Afanador, Camilla Palacios, Samantha Urquijo-Garcia e Serena Del Petre. Una rivendicazione collettiva per fermare abusi e violenze contro le donne.

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“Women on the Verge” has adapted 4 monologues from “8 monologues for Women” by Dario Fo and Franca Rame written in the 70s - 80s to bring them to present to create a political play. 4 working class women and 4 cabaret dancers defending women’s rights and equality.

“Women on the Verge” is an act of protest. Humour and personal claim are used against injustice. Four women are in stressful situations, four different situations that are just an example of how women around the world are abused in one or another way.

Four dancers from a mean-spirited cabaret are the archetype of the objectification of women. These four dancers sing to announce each of the monologues and tell us the stories of a woman locked up by her husband, a sex worker who has set a building on fire in an act of revenge, the story of a rape and a day in a factory worker’s life who’s on the verge of a crisis. These are the characters incarnated in this play.

The Bridge (Teatro Latino) Theatre Company was created 2 years ago. They seek to promote the Latin theatre and dramaturgy among the Australian public. It is a creative group that aims to develop a simple aesthetic and at the same time entertain the audience.

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Informazioni

Data: Gio 27 Apr 2017

Orario: Dalle 19:00 alle 20:00

Organizzato da : Istituto Italiano di Cultura

In collaborazione con : Nomit - Italian Network of Melbourne

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

IIC Melbourne, 233 Domain Rd, South Yarra

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