"10' theater” festival “will be presented simultaneously in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Aguascalientes (Mexico) and Amsterdam (Netherlands) in the month of February 2020.
"10' theater” festival aims at creating a space where authors can converge.
The public aimed is primarily people eager for new theatrical experiences arising from our immediate surroundings as a society.
It seeks to present new proposals in spaces which are dynamic and reacheable to all.
The creation is nourished by other works which are exhibited on a continuous basis, and serve as inspiration to theater makers to write and present what they want to say.
The duration of each performance is 10 minutes.
The topics are around currents themes from society and people from the near reality that surrounds the artist.
It aims to break structures in the genre and from the dramaturgy itself, in ten minutes and replacing ways of writing that tend to be of a conventional nature, looking for alternatives from all angles of the staging.
We aim to explore and experiment within the propitiatory framework of a formative art that refers to and challenges us, facilitating an opportunity to access a short theater with social, cultural and free content.
. G E N E R A L Basis
· Duration of 10 minutes.
· Unpublished.· On proposed topics
· Minimalist and pocket scenery that does not require storage space.
The festival is non-profit for all parties involved.
· It is free and free admission
Argentina: Violence (institutional, labor, animal, school, gender), love relationships, diversity, immigration, education, technology, discrimination, communication, food, grooming.
Mexico: Suicide, child abuse, femicide, addictions, diversity, politics, nature, technology, violence, migration.
The Netherlands: Diversity, integration, racism, loneliness, bullying, identity, suicide, food (anorexia, bulimia), individualism, domestic and sexual violence.
Dates: 28 and 29 February in Amsterdam.
From 17:00 to 22:00 h
Juan C. Tajes Art studioMicroteatro
Warmoesstraat 109 Amsterdam
Performances will be presented in Spanish, English and Dutch.
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