Calendar

2022 EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

September 19-25. Workshop at the Magdalena Meeting in Ayllón.

October 11th. Inauguration of the exhibition “Conquistadoras” by the photographer Isabel Wagemann, who took some photos of Amaranta. Casa de América.

October 20 and 21. “What I didn’t say” within the Festival Surge Madrid at the Teatro del Barrio.

October 20-23. Dramatized reading of “Rotunda” at the 23 SILT in the Valle Inclán Theater.

November 9. Participation in the round table: “A look between Mexico and Spain in the performing arts”. IE University and Casa de México in Spain.

November 29 to December 4. Dramatized reading of her adaptation of “El nido ajeno” by Jacinto Benavente, at Teatro Español. Directed by Maria Caudevilla.

 

PAST EVENTS

August. Participates as an actress in the docu-fiction “El camino de Santi” Directed by Sergio Cabrera.

August. Publication of “El Grito” within “Don’t tell me more stories. Rewriting children’s stories in plays by Spanish playwrights” by Lourdes Bueno.

August. Beneficiary of the grants from the Fundación SGAE, for a trip and for the translation of “El Grito” into French by Alice Bonnefoi.

July 4-9. Participation as an actress in the laboratory “30. Sketch of heights” Directed by Sylvie Mongin, Jana Pacheco and Eva Redondo. Teatro Abadía.

July 4,5, 7 and 22 . “Clic. Cuando todo cambia”. Dir. Daniela Parra. Mexico.

June 28 and 29-“Rotunda” Dir. Styl Rodarelis. Ahtens suitcase festival. Athens.

June 24 and 25- “Tentativa de vuelo” Show resulting from the Residui Teatro creation laboratory. Madrid.

June 20-  Organization of “Otras Miradas.El siglo de oro visto por mujeres de hoy” in the Festival Iberoamericano del Siglo de Oro. Alcalá, Spain.

June 15- Participation in the Meeting of Ibero-American witters. Madrid. Casa México.

June 10- Reading of “La nieta” within the Transit Festival. Odin Teatret. Denmark

June 9 -Round table. Transit festival

May 13- Presentation of the book “Quebradas” at RESAD. Madrid

May- Artist residency – Lendias d’Encantar. Aljustrel, Portugal.

April 25- Presentation of the play “El Cambio”– final project of the annual theater workshop at the University for the Elderly of the U. Complutense.

April 22- Dramatized reading of “Vietato dare da mangiare” at the Francisco de Villaespesa Provincial Public Library in Almería

April 19- Presentation of the book “Clic. When everything changes” edited by ASSITEJ in Logroño.

March 26 – “Lo que no dije” by Amaranta Osorio at  Casa de América, Night of theatres. Madrid

Publication of “Lo que no esperas” within the book “Quebradas” edited by Concha Fernández Soto. Ed. University of Almeria.

March 5- “El grito” by Itziar Pascual and Amaranta Osorio in Toledo. Spain.

February 27- Presentation of “What I did not say”  by Amaranta Osorio at the Arts and Human Rights Festival. Dah Theater Research Center. Belgrade, Serbia.

From February 24 to 26- “Breaking de silence” workshop at the Arts and Human Rights Festival.  Belgrade, Serbia.

February 20- Starts the second season of My girl, my little girl by Amaranta Osorio and Itziar Pascual. Director: Alejandro Casavalle. Teatro el Extranjero. Buenos Aires. Argentina.

From February to June- Amaranta give a creation laboratory at Residui Teatro. Madrid. Spain.

Publication of “Clic.Cuando todo cambia”  in the book« Porque no habrá quien nos mande. Spanish playwrights and female protagonists (2000-2020) » Edited by Abel González Melo.

From February 3 to 23- “Vietato dare da mangiare” by Itziar Pascual and Amaranta Osorio in Microteatro Por Dinero. Interpretation: Natalie Pinot. Costumes: Gema Rabasco. Direction: Amaranta Osorio. Madrid. Spain.

Oct 2021- April 2022- She teaches the Theater Workshop at the Complutense University for the Elderly. Madrid. Spain.

Workshop- Magdalena Ayllón

From September 20 to 26- Workshop within the Magdalena meeting “Tradition, Transmission, Transgression”, Ayllón /Spain. Directed by Viviana Bovino.

Guest artists: Julia Varley, Patricia Ariza, Jill Greenhalgh, Geddy Aniksdal, Ana Woolf, Amaranta Osorio, Barbara Luci Carvalho, Isabelle Maurel, Mónica de la Fuente, Maristella Martella, Daniele Santana, Silvia Moreno, Kathleen Reveron, Pessoal de Teatro company, Simona Sala and Eirini Sfyri

Information and registration form: info@residuiteatro.it / +34 648665194

“El camino de Santi” Dir. Sergio Cabrera

 

Participates as an actress in the docu-fiction «El camino de Santi» Directed by Sergio Cabrera.

A documentary about the Camino de Santiago, produced by El Recreo Studio for Televisión Española.

Publication of «El Grito»

 

Publication of «El Grito» within «Don’t tell me more stories. Rewriting children’s stories in works by Spanish playwrights» with a wonderful study by Lourdes Bueno.

If you want more info, you can write to: mlbp333@gmail.com

Grants- SGAE Foundation.

Beneficiary of the grants from the Fundación Autor, for a trip and for the translation of “El Grito” into French by Alice Bonnefoi.

Thanks

Theater laboratory

 

4-9 de julio. Participación como actriz en el laboratorio «30. Bosquejo de alturas » Dirigido por Sylvie Mongin, Jana Pacheco y Eva Redondo. Teatro la Abadía.

“Clic, cuando todo cambia” in México

 

July 4,5,7 and 22. “Clic.Cuando todo cambia» by Amaranta Osorio and Itziar Pascual.

Daniela Parra directed the play with teenage students.

Institute. Mexico.

 

Rotunda in Athens

 

June 28 and 29. Athens Suitcase Festival. Athens, Greece.

“Rotunda” (Rotonde) d’Amaranta Osorio.

Direction : Styl Rodarelis.

 

Tentativa de vuelo. Madrid.

June 24 and 25. Residual Theater. Madrid.

“Tentativa de vuelo” (Flight attempt) Show resulting from the  research and creation Laboratory of Residui Teatro.

Cast: Alejandra Arroyo, Belén Monterroso, Beski Lalocatel, Marcelo Solares, Santiago Claramonte.

Direction: Gregorio Amicuzi / Assistant: Luciana Plenge

Pedagogical team and creation of material: Viviana Bovino, Mónica de la Fuente and Amaranta Osorio.

Pedagogical team: Denis Lavie and Irini Sfyri.

With the contribution of teachers: Lucho Ramírez, Sanchis Sinisterra, Fernanda Docampo, Ariel Divone, Hernán Gené, Patricio Vallejo, Miguel Rubio, Patricia Ariza, Cleiton Pereira, Juan Carlos Moyano.

Organization of the Meeting “OTHER LOOKS. The golden age seen by today’s women”. Spain

 

June 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Organization of the meeting “OTHER LOOKS. The golden age seen by today’s women” within the Ibero-American Festival of the Golden Age.

OTHER LOOKS. The Golden Age seen by women today is a meeting in which important contemporary creators and two researchers share their experience with classic texts. It is a day where women from different generations tell us about their way of approaching the texts of the Golden Age, making us part of their findings and their questions.

Participants: Natalia Menéndez, Laila Ripoll, Magüi Mira, Marifé Santiago, Héctor Brioso, Yolanda Pallín, Ana Zamora, Ana Contreras, Ainhoa ​​Amestoy, Carolina Calema and Emma Dib.

Moderators: Amaranta Osorio, Sergio Santiago and Lucía Bevia.

Program

Festival Team: Production- Antonio León-Sotelo. Press- Paloma Fidalgo. Graphic design- Nuria Cuesta. Social networks- Irene Herrero.

Meeting of Ibero-American writters. Madrid.

 

June, 15. Participation in the Meeting of Ibero-American witters. Madrid.

Round table “Theatre in Spanish”

Participants: Emma Dib, Borja Ortiz de Gondra, Amaranta Osorio, Juan Villoro. Moderator: Jorge Volpi.

Organized by: Casa de México Foundation in Spain, Center for Mexican Studies. UNAM.

Program

Participation in the Transit Festival

 

Participation in the Transit Festival, directed by Julia Varley at the Odin Teatret. Holstebro, Denmark.

June 9- Round table “The splendor of ages” with: Jill Greenhalgh, Meg Brookes, Parvathy Baul, Amaranta Osorio, Iben Nagel Rasmussen and Sandra Pasini.

June 10- Reading of “La nieta” by Amaranta Osorio. With projections by Suzon Fuks.

More information and registration

 

Writing residency in Portugal

 

May- Creation residence of Lendias d’Encantar, in Aljustrel, Portugal.

During the residency, Amaranta created the work “La Mina”

 

Presentation of “El Cambio” in Madrid

April 25 at 7:00 p.m. Presentation of “El Cambio” in the Auditorium of the Multipurpose Building of the Complutense University.

The play “El Cambio” is the result of the annual theater workshop at the Universidad de Mayores de la Universidad Complutense, taught by Amaranta Osorio.

Texts and interpretation: Antonio Fernández Gil, Carlos Gallego, Esther Forés, Felipa García, María Ángeles Garín and María Concepción Gallego.

Dramaturgy and direction: Amaranta Osorio.

 

Dramatized reading in Almería

April 22- Dramatized reading of “Vietato dare da mangiare” at the Francisco de Villaespesa Provincial Public Library in Almería

Direction and interpretation Eva López

Sound space Ezequiel Pasamontes

Presentation of the book “Clic. When everything changes” in Logroño

 

April 19- Presentation of the book “Clic. When everything changes” edited by ASSITEJ at the Rafael Azcona Library in Logroño.

April 20- Meeting with students from the IES Battle of Clavijo.

 

Nominee for the Max Theater Awards

 

Itziar Pascual and Amaranta Osorio, candidates for the Max Awards in the category of best theatrical authorship for the play “El Grito”

 

“Lo que no dije” in Madrid

 

March 26- LO QUE NO DIJE (What I didn’t say) at Casa de América. La noche de los teatros.  Madrid, Spain.

Author and director: Amaranta Osorio

Video scenography: Suzon Fuks

Actrice: Natalie Pinot

Artistic team: Marion Coutarel, Alicia Blas, James Cunningham, Pilar Velasco, Victoria Velázquez, Mohn Picemin y Helen Chadwick.

Publication “Quebradas”

 

 

LO QUE NO ESPERAS (What you don’t expect) written by  Amaranta Osorio. Published in Spain within the book “Quebradas. Playwrights in times of pandemic”. Editor: Concha Fernández Soto. Ed. University of Almería.
Authors: Isabelle Reck, Laura Aparicio, Maria Jesús Bajo Martínez, Elena Belmonte, Antonia Bueno, Juana Escabias, Concha Fernández Soto, Mar Gámez García, Mar Gómez Glez, Tamara Gutierrez, Eva Hibernia, Amaranta Osorio, Nieves Rodríguez Rodríguez, Lucía Rojas Maldonado, Claudia Tobo, Patricia Zangaro.

“What I didn’t say” at Belgrade, Serbia

From February 24 to 26- “Breaking de silence” workshop at the Arts and Human Rights Festival.  Belgrade, Serbia.

February 27- Presentation of What I did not say  by Amaranta Osorio at the Arts and Human Rights Festival. Dah Theater Research Center. Belgrade, Serbia.

Playwright and director:  Amaranta Osorio/ Video and outside eye: Suzon Fuks/ Performer: Natalie Pinot/ Outside eye: Marion Coutarel/ Choreographer: James Cunningham/  Scenic space: Alicia Blas/ Costumes: Victoria Velazquez/ Light design: Pilar Velasco/ Music: Mohn/ Song: Helen Chadwick.

Coproduction: Igneous Company , Festival Mestiza, Amaranta Osorio, with the support of Cornejo.

Created in residence at Thèâtre Artephile (Avignon, France) and Domo Teatro (Santiago, Chile)

Translated into english by Cristina Ward

 

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