Based on the homonymous play premiered by the company in 2009, this radio drama narrates the origin of the Mapuche people. Two gigantic mythological snakes, called Kay Kay (“from the sea”) and Xeng Xeng (“from the land”) confront each other. The first tries to drown human beings due to their bad behavior, while the second intends to save them and give them another chance by raising the land. Only a small group manages to save themselves. The cosmovision alludes to the nature of the Chilean territory suffering constant earthquakes and tsunamis.
In the audio play, two minstrels narrate how they traveled to La Araucanía, in Chile, and to Neuquén, in Argentina, to listen to this story narrated in the Mapuche wise men's own voice. Now, they both recreate their experience with native musical instruments, such as the kultrún, trutruka, trompe, cascahuilla, ñolkil, wada and pifilca, as well as western instruments like violin and Chilean guitarrón.