Things That Do Not Fall Of Their Own Weight
There is pain that never goes away, injustice that is not amended or loss that is never repaired. I think theatre should be the home to talk about the things that do not fall of their own weight, and thus endow them with the quality of Universal Gravitation. I propose then two things: review the pending business and make things fall.
‘Things That Do Not Fall Of Their Own Weight’ is a performance-installation piece that aims to remind us that theatre is above all a home, a space full of irreversible presents where some bodies might fall so others can get up and walk lighter although not necessarily happier. Writing the text, devising the mise-en-scène and performing the piece.
Press: El País