COMING this Spring
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An English language rethinking of "Diamantina rosa" that explores gender violence by processing it through Kubler-Ross's five stages of grief in a Latinx monologue. With DJ set.
Online version: Spring Writes, Ithaca, Saturday 15 May 2021, in collaboration with Theatre Incognita, begins at 36.40
Come watch Cog Dog Theatre Troupe's show Marisol by Jose Rivera! It is an absurdist play that follows the protagonist Marisol, who is visited by her guardian angel that tells her that the angels are in a war with the god, and it has to leave her. She is suddenly thrown into an apocalypse, where apples are extinct and Nazis roam around New York City torching homeless people. Humor is on the darker side, but it speaks to our current chaotic lives, highlighting the strength of individuals under adversity and questioning what we are left to do in a world we no longer fully understand. Masks will be required for audience members.
Sponsored by Cog Dog Theater Troupe and co-sponsored by Teatrotaller.
PICS microtheater festival, April 18, 2022 in Syracuse
4 performances, beginning at 4:15 pm
"Entre silencios" 10 minute performance
by Ana Florencia López Ulloa
Monologue on gender violence by four Latin American women with intervals for danceDiamantina Rosa (se vale bailar) is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Collective creation project featuring local Latinx community voices and stories,
International multi media installation and performance project on our relationship to water:
Installation during month of October 2018, Community School of Music and Arts, Ithaca; Global Challenges Symposium, Cornell, Nov. 2018; Santa Marta, Colombia, Sept. 2018; Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico Mexico April 2-4, 2019.
For more information on this project, see the Aguakinesis website
Adaptation by Debaroti Chakraborty of José Rivera's short play,
Premiered Jan 21, 2018 at Gandhi Bhavan, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India; with ongoing repertoire performances in other locations through April 2019.