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MARTA theater performance
November 27, 2022 14:00 AM - 17:00
On the occasion of the “International Day against Violence against Women*” on November 25th ESTATE an excerpt from the performative play MARTA, which accuses all forms of sexualised discrimination and violence.
MARTA, a piece about the body and biography, tells the story of two women* who simultaneously experience gender-specific violence in their everyday life, which ends in woman*murder. Told through physical and biographical theatre, this story invites the audience to understand violence against women* not as a private matter but as a problem of society as a whole.
This action is the second event as part of the city-wide “Parcours of Change” of the Collective Migrantas (Instagram, Facebook, Website ). In advance, the artists from "Raíces (Roots)" reflected on the topic of sexualized discrimination and violence against women* and selected a pictogram that was representative of them for the urban campaign. After the play, all guests are invited to leave their comments and messages on the topic on a banner.
Admission: 14:00 p.m
Start: 14:30 h
No registration required.
RAICES (roots) is the official theater company of the AQUItheater research laboratory, founded in 2016 by Lorena Valdenegro. It consists of nine Spanish-speaking women* with migration experience who have come from Argentina, Nicaragua, Spain and Chile and have been living in Berlin for several years.
Dramaturgy: Lorena Valdenegro, based on a collective process.
Duration: 30-45 mins
Directed by Lorena Valdenegro
Assistant director: Catalina Tello
Set design: Mayra Gomez
Music design: Sofia Puertas
Actresses: Marina Cano, Sandra Feferbaum Siemsen, Alicia Morán, Sofía
Puertas and Mariby Romero.
A project by Migrantas eV in cooperation with "Raíces (Roots)" and AQUItheater Berlin. The realization of the project is funded by the Berlin project fund Urbane Praxis made possible and is part of the DRAUSSENSTADT initiative, funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.
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