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During the XI version of the Santiago Off International Festival 5 creations were scheduled in digital format, each one of them done by artists from different disciplines and origins. If you were able to see them and you want to comment to their creators what you thought or if you still haven’t seen them and you want to get in touch with these artists to program their plays in your digital platforms, click here and we will contact you directly with them.

In the framework of the digital program of the XI edition of the Santiago Off Festival, 5 plays were scheduled.

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DÉBORA 

DÉBORA by Amateur Company, is a contemporary dance, performance and physical theater play that narrates the biography of an atemporal being, confined in an old apartment of Valparaíso who, pressured by the lockdown, moves around the spaces of his house in a surreal and amazing delirium.

OCULTAS

OCULTAS by Sara Marchezini, debut of the artist, that uses an expressive language with autobiographical traits to show the links between the wild ancestral woman and contemporary witchcraft. The play mixes documentary, dance, poetry, performing arts and audiovisual languages to exhibit the long fight of women against oppression and the exploitation of their bodies during the last 400 years.

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FEDERICO, LA LUNA HA DESAPARECIDO

FEDERICO, LA LUNA HA DESAPARECIDO by CARPA Arte Colectivo, it is built as a ritual dream of death. A posthumous homage to the disappeared body of Federico García Lorca. The play focuses on the last moments of the Andalucian poet before his murder. As a choral body, the voice of Federico is formed in representation of every murdered by crimes against humanity. 

MARCOS DE GUERRA (KRIEGSRAHMEN)

MARCOS DE GUERRA (KRIEGSRAHMEN) by What About: fuego. One performer, one orator and three technicians get on stage to re-dramatize 32 iconic photographs of wars and conflicts around the world. Every image is suited for an event between 1989 and 2021, from the birthdate of the performer until today.

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LA MUJER QUE SE TRANSFORMA EN MÁQUINA

LA MUJER QUE SE TRANSFORMA EN MÁQUINA by Dramaturgia Pirata is a video-theater based on the essay “A Cyborg Manifesto” by the biologist and science historian Donna Haraway. The play narrates the transformation journey of the android K-1000 to the bases of the integrated technological system, that makes us wonder about the condition of being a woman and being a machine.