PROJECT:

 

REWIND invites you to witness the investigation of a crime, which slowly reveals Alicia's identity, a woman who dared to resist agains authoritarianism. REWIND combines the science behind Forensic Anthropology with fact-based stories of resistance, to create an emotional and atmospheric experience evoked by vibrant physical theatre, powerful live music and striking visuals.

REWIND is inspired by testimonies of refugees whose lives were affected by dictatorship in the 70's in Latin America and young adult migrants whose lives have been affect by human rights abuse in Latin America in 2019-2021. Forensic Anthropology is a science but also an act of resistance. Their methods of investigation were evolved in Latin America to find forced disappeared people during military dictatorship period. through the analyses of injures on bones, the science led a revolution in how human rights are investigated.

 

PERFORMANCES:

2021:

R&D

30th JAN - 6th FEB: Online sharing, followed by a Q&A with the artistic team and Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes.

19th JUN: Performance, followed by a Q&A at Belgrade Theatre (Coventry), the event was part of Coventry City of Culture 2021, Coventry Welcomes. 

25th - 26th JUN: Performance  at Unity Theatre (Liverpool). The event is part of Physical Fest.

 

2022:

PREVIEWS

20th APRIL: Warwick Arts Centre as part of RESONATE festival (Coventry).

29th APRIL: Arena Theatre (Wolverhampton). 

18th JUNE: SUH Performance Lab as part of Migration Matters Festival (Sheffield).

CREATIVE TEAM:

 

Director: Ramon Ayres / Performers: Alex Paton, Andres Velasquez, Eyglo Belafonte, Josephine Tremelling, Louise Wilcox / Music and Sound composition: Alex Paton / Light design: Josephine Tremelling /  Set, Props and Costume: The Team  Set Making: Andres Velasquez, Benjy Adams and The Team / Dramaturgy: Devised by the team / Dramaturgy Assistance: Lou Cope / Research Team: Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, Postdoctoral Researcher Marije Hristova / Co- devisers: Alex Paton, Andres Velasquez, Caterina Grosoli, Eyglo Belafonte, Josephine Tremelling,  Louise Wilcox , Pepa Duarte, Ramon Ayres/ Production: Ephemeral Ensemble in collaboration with Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes  Production Assistance for Midlands: Carbon Theatre / Community Liaison for Midlands and Sheffield: Chris Paul Photographer: Mathew Hodgkin / Filmmaker: Alice Underwood 

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