“Tarascones”directed by Ciro Zorzoli, the acclaimed comedy features performances by Paola Barrientos, Alejandra Flechner, Eugenia Guerty and Susana Pampín. There will be 4 functions in January.
Starring Paola Barrientos, Alejandra Flechner, Eugenia Guerty and Susana Pampín, the praised comedy “Tarascones” goes on stage in the summer of Mar del Plata. The functions will be from Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 January at 9:30 p.m. in the Astor Piazzolla room of the Auditorium Theater, Provincial Center of the Arts, as part of the programming promoted by the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires.
The play written by Gonzalo Demaría, under the direction of Ciro Zorzoli, will perform four performances at the beginning of the summer season and will return from February 2 to 8. The comedy puts four friends into action who, after a few hours and carried away by the circumstance, will have said more than they would have dared to say at another time.
As usual, Zulma, Martita, Estela and Raquel, wealthy class ladies, get together to share an afternoon of tea, talks and a game of canasta. But this time an unexpected event, a crime, alters the program and turns the living room of Raquel’s house into “the bonfire where the wicked witch will be executed.” From the beginning, the suspense appropriates the atmosphere of this work that has the particularity of being written in verse.
Arrives at the Auditorium “Juana Vive!”, starring Luisa Kuliok
The staging based on the work “Proceso a Juana Azurduy” by Andrés Lizarraga, proposes a meeting of the great liberator with a public defender imposed by power, moments before appearing in court to be judged. Locations $900.-
Starring Luisa Kuliok and Roberto Romano, the play “Juana Lives! will be presented in the Mar del Plata season under the direction of Rosa Celentano. The functions will be from Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 January at 9:00 p.m. in the Roberto J. Payró Room of the Teatro Auditorium, as part of the programming promoted by the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires for summer 2023.
It is a work based on “Proceso a Juana Azurduy” by Andrés Lizarraga, in which the author proposes a meeting of the great Liberator with a public defender imposed by power just before appearing before the Court to be judged.
The piece is a tribute to Juana Azurduy and to each of the women who throughout history, whether in silence or out loud, have been building the essential rebellion.
Juana Azurduy, flower and animal daughter of Latin America, ardent fighter for the essential right of sovereignty of peoples and of bodies sullied throughout history. When the cry of women is finding its way, when ancestral pain gains public strength to transmute the world and its injustices, her living presence is light, inspiration and commitment.
Inaugurates the exhibition “Love wins” by Marina Olmi at the Auditorium
It will be on January 5 and will be open all season with free access as part of the programming organized by the Cultural Institute of the Province. In it, the Argentine artist represents the iconic figures of Peronism in different settings, evoking a hopeful message.
The exhibition “Love wins”, by the artist Marina Olmi, will be inaugurated on Thursday, January 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Foyer of the Auditorium Theater, Provincial Center for the Arts as part of the summer program in Mar del Plata of the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires.
It can be visited throughout the summer season, from Tuesday to Sunday from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., with free admission.
“Love wins” is an invitation to immerse yourself in an imaginary world full of emotion, humor and illusion. The exhibition offers a hopeful look, where iconic figures of Peronism are represented both in everyday settings and in dreamlike universes, with the aim of calling to discover new ways of thinking, re-thinking and transforming the world around us.
Aware of the potential that the image acquires, Marina proposes a journey through a corpus of 13 works that present different formats, techniques and supports, evoking a hopeful message traversed by her political commitment and challenging through a contemporary, lively language , dynamic and close to the viewer.
Born in Buenos Aires, Marina Olmi is a multifaceted artist, capable of working between the plastic arts, video art, acting, design and music, among various other expressions. After leaving the country at the age of 19, she lived in Madrid, Los Angeles and Mexico, permanently training with different teachers. Parallel to her artistic path, she develops disciplines that have to do with healing, spirituality and the expansion of consciousness, resulting in her social commitment and work with vulnerability, lack of internal resources and disability.
Arrives at the Auditorium “La última Bonaparte” with Silvia Pérez and Mauro Álvarez
Walter Ghedin’s work tells the personal story of Marie Bonaparte, the last descendant of Napoleon and a disciple of Freud. The production starring Silvia Pérez and Mauro Álvarez is presented by the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires. Locations $900.-
In a theatrical version and directed by Dennis Smith, it arrives at the Auditorium “The Last Bonaparte”. The functions will be Thursday, January 5 to Sunday, January 8 at 9:00 p.m. in the Gregorio Nachman room of the Auditorium Theater, Provincial Center for the Arts and are part of the Programming organized by the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires for this 2023 season.
Silvia Perez She is the visible face of a documentary in progress about Marie Bonaparte, the last descendant of Napoleon, a disciple of Freud, a Greek princess and an obsessive investigator of her own anorgasmia. Her director, Mauro, will take her through a day in the studio, to go through her and Marie’s personal history, through interviews, voice-over sessions and dubbing. Little by little the limits between fiction and reality will blur. Silvia doesn’t want to lose control and Mauro will do everything possible to make Silvia honestly ask herself: why does a woman who worked half her life as a sex symbol want to play another woman who worked half her life to stop suffering from anorgasmia?
The work of Walter Ghedin has the direction of Dennis Smith, the performance of Silvia Pérez and Mauro Alvarez, live guitar and composition: Agustín Buquete.
Tickets: $900.- through the plateanet or at the theater ticket office (Bv. Marítimo 2280).
Theater, music and circus by the hand of matias sem
The Rompiendo routines company presents its show “Collective Catharsis”. an explosive show that invites the adult to be a child and to participate together in a true collective catharsis. Locations $900.-
“Collective Catharsis” will be presented from Thursday, January 5 to Sunday, January 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Jorge Laureti room of the Auditorium Theater, Provincial Center for the Arts (Puerto Shopping Center, local 9). The presentation is part of the programming that the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires promotes for the 2023 season.
Music, theater and the circus are combined in an explosive show that invites adults to be a child and participate together in a true collective catharsis. Matias Sem and his participatory show captivate with their eloquent improvisations, showing that true rebellion comes from saying beautiful things.
The company “Breaking Routines” is a fusion of theatre, circus and music that seeks, through humor, to break with the paradigms of conventional theater by involving the audience in each of the works.
Matias Sem is the founder, actor and director of the Company “Rompiendo Rutinas”, with it he tours Argentina and Latin America. Performing in more than 30 national holidays in 18 provinces and various festivals. In turn, he is an actor and director committed to social theater. His first approach to theater was in 2005 at the Belisario Theater Acting Workshops and then continued professionally with the theater company “Tres Gatos Locos”, performing his own works for the next 3 years in the main theaters and festivals of Latin America. His training continued at the Escobar-Lerchundi Mimoteatro school from 2010 to 2014.
Arrive at the Auditorium “Oregano”
The Sucesos Bestiales group lands at the Auditorium with a performance that addresses everyday family problems. Crisis between parents and children. They represent a postcard of the suburbs with which the public can identify.
Within the framework of the Buenos Aires Scene Cycle, “Oregano” from the Sucesos Bestiales group. The appointment will take place from Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 at 9:30 p.m. in the Jorge Laureti room of the Teatro Auditorium, Provincial Center of the Arts (Commercial Center of the Port, local 9). The presentation is part of the programming that the Cultural Institute of the Province of Buenos Aires drive for the 2023 season.
The work addresses the story of an Argentine family traversed by failure, suffocation, deceit, decadence and the desire to get out, (dis)inhabits a home in which an absurd daily life, surreal violence and operated ties converge. through a time of crisis. Mother, father and children. A table, a siphon, a basin and boiling polenta on the carafe: an ocher postcard of a quasi-apocalyptic suburb in which unresolved identities are shipwrecked trying, despite everything, to rebuild their lives based on shared desires.
The Sucesos bestiales group has been formed from members of the Nobles Bestias group who have worked together since 2010, starting in 2019 with the intention of expanding the work outside the Asociación Teatro de las Nobles Bestias hall and the integration of New actors and actresses to the cast. The group as such has begun its work in 2019 with the production of Sucesos Bestiales, an annual theater cycle, where a show was produced per month, of collective creation, crossed by a historical theme in relation to social, economic history and politics of Argentina.
In 2020 he produced the Argentine theater cycle, La continuada, in which a show composed of two plays (one short and one long) by Argentine playwrights and playwrights was performed. The intention of this project was to put on different shows every two months, but given the epidemiological situation we are going through, only some of the works could be staged.