Hortzmuga at the FETA in Gdansk, Poland, and the Festival D´Aurillac in France

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2014-07-11

 

In addition to the representations scheduled in the Basque Country, the company Hortzmuga Teatroa will also perform abroad the play I was there and… They didn’t tell it the way I saw it this Summer. On 12 and 13 July they will represent it at the Street & Open-Air Theatres Festival FETA  in Gdansk, Poland, and from 20 to 23 August within the off section of the Festival D’Aurillac-Festival International de Théàtre de Rue in Aurillac, France. The play casts a critical eye at power and its relation to the media. It is dramatic theatre where, from beginning to end, the audience experiences first-hand the manipulation, censorship and lies.


The company will also bring the play Libertia to Mazarrón (Murcia), on  July 30. This play is a fantastic adventure created by the troupe itself, in which puppets, larger dolls, actors and humour are combined. A street theatre show that addresses freedom from the viewpoint of childhood.

 

In pictures, the show   I was there and… They didn’t tell it the way I saw it. (Photos: Hortzmuga Teatroa)

 

In addition to the representations scheduled in the Basque Country, the company Hortzmuga Teatroa will also perform abroad the play I was there and… They didn’t tell it the way I saw it this Summer. On 12 and 13 July they will represent it at the Street & Open-Air Theatres Festival FETA  in Gdansk, Poland, and from 20 to 23 August within the off section of the Festival D’Aurillac-Festival International de Théàtre de Rue in Aurillac, France. The play casts a critical eye at power and its relation to the media. It is dramatic theatre where, from beginning to end, the audience experiences first-hand the manipulation, censorship and lies.


The company will also bring the play Libertia to Mazarrón (Murcia), on  July 30. This play is a fantastic adventure created by the troupe itself, in which puppets, larger dolls, actors and humour are combined. A street theatre show that addresses freedom from the viewpoint of childhood.

 

In pictures, the show   I was there and… They didn’t tell it the way I saw it. (Photos: Hortzmuga Teatroa)

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