The Drama Cinco firm presents a quick season of the play “The ocean doesn’t know the right way to dance” by Raúl Uribe, on the Museum of the Metropolis of Cuernavaca (Mucic). The final operate will probably be on Might 20 at 6:00 p.m. To attend, prior reservation is required via social networks, since house is proscribed. Voluntary cooperation.
This work was written by the playwright Raúl Uribe , and on this event it’s directed by Fernando Martí and with performances by Ivana Díaz, Marlene Romero and Pedro Acevedo , in addition to the unique music by Bazz T – Sebastián Estrada.
“ The conclusion of this work arises exactly after the pandemic, with the necessity to resume our careers as actors as a result of at that second every part stopped, and in my case I ended appearing for about 4 years. With Drama Cinco, we needed to return again with a mission that moved us, and this textual content by Raúl Uribe, who’s a playwright and actor from Morelos, was the most effective. Fernando Martí introduced us with the textual content and prompt we do it, we actually favored it and it was a great way to return to the corporate ”, expressed Ivana Díaz.
The story that “The ocean doesn’t know the right way to dance” tells us, is principally starred by Verónica, Gabriela and Armando, three associates who work in an workplace and who all of the sudden discover themselves overwhelmed and fed up with the every day routine of their lives . Seeking to get out of their consolation zone and attain the ocean, they may undergo totally different circumstances.
All through the story, we will see different characters that play totally different roles, equivalent to inside voices and psychological flashes , that are primarily childhood reminiscences, which have them of their present state of affairs, as beings with numerous frustrations to resolve.
Ivana defined that each one the characters present us that tedium that exists at work (primarily within the workplace), these hopes of wanting one thing extra, on this case represented by eager to go to the ocean (in actuality everybody has their very own sea) and go away every part behind. to be pleased on this pursuit of happiness.
“ The characters had been constructed from an evaluation we did with the director, the primary work was on-line because of the confinement of the pandemic, and after contemplating the instances and conditions that had been being labored on within the story. There are a whole lot of characters actually with these flashbacks, jobs and resolutions with the interior little one. Our work as actors has been about internalizing what childhood wounds are, reconciliations and making seen the way it impacts us in maturity as pissed off or pleased beings, it was diving into these very psychological and transcendental themes ” .
He harassed that, for the conclusion of this staging, that they had the help of actress Carmen Rodríguez, founding father of the Drama Cinco firm because the eighties.
“ She sheltered us and in my case she inherited the accountability of directing the group in a basic method and we’re beginning with this work. Marlene Romero is an actress who has labored within the firm since she was 14 years outdated; Pedro Acevedo is an actor who graduated from the CMA and joins the corporate and Fer Martí, who has additionally labored with the corporate for a very long time, we’re actually very proud of this work, which is the start of extra initiatives with the corporate” .
To attend the final operate of this transient season on the Mucic, reserve your home via the Fb of the Cuernavaca Institute of Tradition or Drama Cinco, cooperation is voluntary.
Lastly, Ivana commented that, with this work, they are going to be a part of the thirty sixth version of the Jornadas Alarconianas in Taxco de Alarcón on Might 25.