We are adapting fact-based stories of resistance into a physical theatre performance. We have been inspired by testimonies from refugees, whose lives were affected by dictatorship in Latin America in the 70's and young adults migrants, whose lives have been affected by the current situation in Latin America.
The testimonies have led us to research about Forensic Anthropology. This science became an act of resistance. Methods and techniques were developed and evolved in Latin America with the urge to find disappeared people and people killed by the state during military dictatorship period. Through the analyses of injuries on bones, the science led a genuine revolution in how human rights were investigated.
Get a flavour of our next production!!! we will be sharing a video created during our first two weeks of R&D.
The video is our response to the current situation, where we would normally invite people to a sharing at the end of an R&D - instead we invite you to share a moment with us through this video made with Alice Underwood. See you there!
From 30th JAN - 6th FEB 7PM (Q&A on 30th) Book free here: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on?q=rewind
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Directors: Ramon Ayres
Performers: Andres Velasques, Eyglo Belafonte, Louise Wilcox
Sound composition: Alex Paton
Dramaturg: Lou Cope
Light design: Josephine Tremelling
Research Team: Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, Postdoctoral Researcher Marije Hristova
Co- devisers: Alex Paton, Andres Velasques, Caterina Grosoli, Eyglo Belafonte, Josephine Tremelling, Louise Wilcox
Authorship: everyone involved in the project
Photographer: Mathew Hodgkin
Filmmaker: Alice Uderwood