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33rd International Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami

33rd International Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami

The 33rd International Hispanic Theatre Festival of Miami returns to the Arsht Center’s Carnival Studio Theater.

Hij@s de la Bernarda (Daughters of Bernarda)
July 12-15
San Juan, PUERTO RICO
TOJUNTO
Written and directed by/ Escrita y dirigida por Rosa Luisa Márquez
Choreography by / Coreografía de Jeanne D’Arc Casas
 
Freely adapted version of Federico García Lorca's The House of Bernarda Alba. Dance-theatre rendered in flamenco and contemporary dance. A widow decrees eight years of mourning for her five daughters. In an atmosphere of authoritarianism, repression and desire, the drama is unfolds.

Versión libre de La casa de Bernarda Alba de Federico García Lorca. Danza-teatro en registro de flamenco y danza contemporánea. Una viuda decreta un luto de ocho años a sus cinco hijas. En esta atmósfera de autoritarismo, represión y deseo se desata el drama.

 
La incapaz (Incapable)
July 20-22
Montevideo, URUGUAY
LA INCAPAZ
by / de Carlos María Domínguez, directed by/ dirigida por Cecilia Baranda

Alone and confined, a woman prepares to defend herself in a trial that turns out to be a travesty. Assailed by memory and delirium, she tells us her story. The setting is Uruguay in the late 19th century, in the midst of political and family wars.
 
En soledad y privada de libertad, una mujer se prepara para defenderse en un juicio que resulta una burla. En el devenir de sus recuerdos y estados de delirio nos cuenta su historia. Ocurre en el Uruguay de fines del siglo XIX,  entre guerras políticas y familiares.


En ningún lugar del mundo (Nowhere in the World)
July 26-29
Miami, USA
TEATRO AVANTE
by / de Abel González Melo, directed by / dirigida por  Mario Ernesto Sánchez             

Do visible borders define one's homeland? Exile breaks up families, and years of separation produce the mirage of a reunion. Because without love we would have no homeland. Nowhere in the world would we fit, except there, where it is.

¿Son las fronteras visibles de un país las que definen la patria? El exilio fractura la familia y los años de lejanía propician el espejismo del reencuentro. Porque sin amor no tendríamos patria. En ningún lugar del mundo cabríamos, salvo allí donde este está.

 

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