Tú amarás

    18/05  | 20:30
    19/05  | 18:00
    20/05  | 20:30
    21/05  | 20:30
    22/05  | 20:30

€ 16 / € 13

Tú amarás (You Shall Love) by the young Chilean theatre company Bonobo holds up an intelligent mirror to us. What is an enemy? How do we create one? And how do we connect to others? These are the burning questions that a group of Chilean doctors ask themselves while preparing an international conference on prejudices in medicine. It is a relevant subject that becomes increasingly complex due to the recent arrival of the extra-terrestrial community of the Amenites. This arrival offers the perfect opportunity to reflect on hate, love and the implicit violence against the ‘other’. Relying on humour and irony, the show is full of incisive, uncomfortable dialogues that lift the veil on the absurdity of everyday life. Get ready for an intelligent and amusing life lesson about humankind’s ignorance and xenophobia, set in a Latin American context.

See also: School performance

Direction: Andreina Olivari, Pablo Manzi
Playwright: Pablo Manzi
Cast: Gabriel Cañas, Carlos Donoso, Paulina Giglio, Guilherme Sepúlveda, Franco Toledo
Set, costume and lighting design: Juan Andrés Rivera, Felipe Olivares (Los Contadores Auditores)
Technical director: Raúl Donoso
Original music: Camilo Catepillan
Producer: Horacio Pérez
Surtitling: Marie Trincaretto

Presentation: Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Théâtre Les Tanneurs
Coproduction: Fundación Teatro a Mil, Espacio Checoeslovaquia
Tú Amarás was partially developed at a residency at Baryshnikov Arts Center (New York)

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Bonobo is a theatre company founded in 2012 by Pablo Manzi and Andreina Olivari with the aim of bringing new works to the stage that stimulates critical reflection on the spectator. Through a metodology of collective creation with emphasis on research and improvisation, they have become one of the most renowned young groups of Chilean theatre. To date, they have premiered Amansadura (2012), Donde viven los bárbaros (2015) and Tú amarás (2018) to great success, taking part in festivals in countries like Germany, The Neatherlands, Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Peru and Chile. 

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