Marco Layera / Teatro La Re-Sentida
|Collective creation based on statements by the cast and more than a hundred Chilean adolescents|
|Starring:||Ignacia Atenas, Sara Becker, Paula Castro, Daniela López, Angelina Miglietta, Matilde Morgado, Constanza Poloni, Rafaela Ramírez and Arwen Vásquez|
|Assistant director:||Carolina de la Maza|
|Writing:||Carolina de la Maza and Marco Layera|
|Drama advisors:||Anita Fuentes and Francisca Ortiz|
|Stage design and lighting:||Pablo de la Fuente|
|Costume design:||Daniel Bagnara|
|Technical manager:||Karl Heinz Sateler|
|Delegated production and distribution in Spain:||Carlota Guivernau|
|Production:||Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral (GAM)|
|Co-production:||Compañía de Teatro La-Resentida|
|Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral, Santiago de Chile (August 2018)|
“A surprising work. With visceral dedication and honest testimonials, the protagonists put on a mobilising and necessary show”.El Mercurio
"Paisajes para no colorear, is an explosive narrative of the atrocities committed on female adolescents in Chile and in the rest of Latin America". This is how Teatro La Re-sentida presents their new creation with which they return once again to the Autumn Festival after the warm reception of Tratando de hacer una obra que cambie el mundo, that marked this energetic Chilean troupe's debut in 2018's Madrid festival.
Their new show is the culmination of a long and methodical research process which started in 2016 and is based on the statements of the new protagonists of the show, in addition to more than 100 Chilean adolescents, who demonstrate the daily violence they are exposed to, by retelling experiences they have lived through, or cases that were covered by the press.
Under the leadership of the young director and playwright Marco Layera (Santiago de Chile, 1978), La-Resentida brings this new show as part of their vision of theatre as a space to display what society jointly assumes to be real. The goal of this company that is "more punk than Chilean theatre", an accolade won by the radical nature of its shows, with Paisajes para no colorear is none other than to bring the stories of young Chilean women into the public and political sphere "to unite the voices of new generations to intensive reflection and debate on gender relations".
"The brutality of the facts poses a great many questions about the reality that these young women are exposed to: how they develop and socialise with their peers, how they interact with their country's history and present-day, or with the discourses, paradigms and social changes of their times and what is their stance with regard to adult-centric thinking", highlights the collective.
The show's launch was warmly received by the public and critics alike in Latin America, where it was lauded as: "an outstanding show" (La Tercera), "a fiery feminine proclamation of liberty" (El Mercurio) and "a show that is as fresh and agile as it is profound and emotional" (santi.cl) or "a must-see" (La Tercera).