Actor and theater researcher with a degree in Esthetics from the Catholic University of Chile. His project, called Desobedecer, is a theatrical research project adapted into an audiovisual piece that attempts to answer the question about why disobedience is necessary by analyzing and reflecting on historical and contemporary cases of resistance.
José Antonio Luer
Actor and playwright with a Masters in Directing from the University of Chile. Director of diverse productions with the La Bóveda Celeste Theater Company. Manifiesto de una mujer de cobre en la ventana is a performative piece that brings together different testimonies from women in Ventanas (a sacrifice area) and links their experiences to the current environmental conflict.
Theater creator, actress, writer and coordinator for the Salvadora Editora label. Member of the Lincoln Center Theater’s Directors Lab and winner of the French Embassy’s Molière Award. Quizás si sostuviera el aire is a piece of theatrical research/rural investigation that is about the continuation of a dynamic process, the tension present when observing the environment and evidence of the crucial role of geographical contexts.
Multidisciplinary artist who researches poetry and journalistic-performative theater using the audiovisual medium. ANHEDONIA, o retrato vírico de una generación rendida won the second National Literature Award in 2020 from the Ministry of Education and Culture in Uruguay and debates the viral portrait of a generation that has given up in the face of authentic illusions - or dishonest paradoxes - of communication, consumerism and contemporary productivity.
Born in the city of Puno, she studied Social Communications and Acting. She took over the running of the La Negra Cultural Association in 2014. Based on the play Soy José Mamani by playwright Fernando Montanares from Arica, this project, called Soy José Mamani, un típico peruano cualquiera deals with the problems many migrants face in their quest for better opportunities.
A theater artist who graduated from the Faculty of Science and Communications at the Catholic University in Peru and a student of the Creation-Theatrical Research Diploma of the Bergman Chair at the Autonomous National University of Mexico. Indisciplinada by this director describes her finding her grandfather’s documents to enter Peru. As a result, she questions her belonging to a country her grandfather needed permission to enter, that he always wanted to leave and where he stayed until his death.