18. June 2019
Kr. 120 / 60
A tribute to our mothers and grandmothers
Three sisters-an actress, a guitarist and a doll in a room with chess floor, tell themselves the stories of their grandmothers and their mothers, dear women but “anonymous”. Their smiles are naive and dangerous. They laugh of Bluebeard and dedicate music, songs and dances to Susana Chavez, the mexican journalist who fight for the right to life of other women who have just become statistics. The stories recall times of war and peace, love and craftiness to keep the family together. The three sisters follow a path made of stones with the silent story of many women searching for their names.
The show combines music and theater in a space in black and white. The images transport the viewer, prompting him to rediscover their own history and remember the “anonymous” women who have forged their existence.
An NTL Co-Production
Writer and Performer: Amaranta Osorio
Guitarist and Performer: Teresa García Herranz
Director and Dramaturgy: Julia Varley
Director´s Assistant: Paula Isiegas
Lighting design: Miguel Angel Camacho
Design / Costume: Gema Rabasco
Sound Design: Arne Bock
Voice off: Javier Ortiz and Mon Ceballos
Photos: Francesco Galli
Painter: Dorthe Kærgaard
Graphic Design: Irene Osorio
Co-production: Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium and Jeito Producciones (Denmark-Spain)
With the support of: Odin Teatret and Juan Alvarez Guitars
DKK 120 / 60 for students; Pensioners; groups of 10+
Reservation of tickets: tel. +45 9742 4777
Mon - Fri between 9.00 -15.00 hrs.
Reserved tickets must be picked up no later than 15 min. before the performance begins.
This performance is presented as part of the 9th TRANSIT FESTIVAL hosted at Odin Teatret.
TRANSIT FESTIVAL 12 - 23 June 2019
An international theatre festival for women in contemporary theatre. This year’s festival theme is Hope in Action, during which 56 performances, 6 workshops and two art exhibitions will be presented by more than 75 artists from 5 continents.
The Transit Festival has existed since 1995 and it is part of The Magdalena Project, an international network of women in theatre created to enable women to produce work that more profoundly reflects their own experience. The festival is directed by Julia Varley, actress of Odin Teatret.