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What I didn’t say in Equator

 

November 20th 2019-19hrs- What I didn’t say at the Auditorio del Gobierno Provincial de Tungurahua. Ambato, Ecuador.

November 23 2019- 19:30hrs- What I didn’t say at Teatro Prometeo CCE. Quito, Ecuador.

Written and performed by Amaranta Osorio. External eye: Marion Coutarel and Suzon Fuks; Videoscenography: Suzon Fuks; movement advisor: James Cunningham; Set design: Alicia Blas; Costumes: Victoria Velázquez; Music: Mohn. Co-production: Festival Mestiza Chile,Igneous Company and Amaranta Osorio. With the support of: Cornejo.

 

“What I didn’t say” won the Artcena grant in France.

Nov 2019- “What I didn’t say” translated by Alice Bonnefoi, got the Artcena production grant in France. The play was one of the 25 winners  of “Aide nationale à la création des textes dramatiques”. (299 plays were submitted).

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“Breaking the silence” workshop in Equator

Amaranta Osorio, will lead the workshop “Breaking the Silence”, from November 19 to 22 at the Catholic University of Quito, Equator.  Within the Festival “Tiempos de mujer” directed by Susana Nicolalde.

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“Girls play soccer” published in France.

 

The short play “Girls play soccer” written by Amaranta Osorio, is published in France. Translated by Agnes Surbezy. Book “Goal, Foot en scène”. Ed. Presses Universitaires du midi. Nouvelles Scènes Collection.

A collection of seven short plays dedicated to football, published on the occasion of the 2018 World Cup. These plays address not only sports competition but also the social and political problems that revolve around it, such as prostitution, the notion of belonging and even gender equality. Buy

“What I didn’t say” in Equator

Festival Tiempos de Mujer

From 18 till 25 novembre 2019- “What I didn’t say”in Quito, Equator.

Written and performed by Amaranta Osorio. External eye: Marion Coutarel and Suzon Fuks; Video: Suzon Fuks; movement advisor: James Cunningham; set design: Alicia Blas; Costumes: Victoria Velázquez; Music: Mohn. Translation: Cristina Ward.  Co-production: Festival Mestiza Chile,Igneous Company and Amaranta Osorio. With the support of: Cornejo.

 

Selected for the National System of Creators of FONCA.

 

Amaranta Osorio was selected  for the National System of Creators of FONCA. It is the most important artist’s grant in Mexico. A three-year scholarship to write.

https://foncaenlinea.cultura.gob.mx/resultados/resultados.php?directo=4323

“Rotunda” in Mexico

 

The short text «Rotunda», written by Amaranta Osorio, was one of the winning texts of the call Stories of Tea, of the National Theatre Company of Mexico and the producer Tejedora de Nubes. Mexico.

What I didn’t say in France

Magdalena Montpellier Festival

October 1st , 2019. 20:30hrs– Work-in-progress of “What I didn’t say” at the Maison pour tous George Sand. Montpellier, France. Written and performed by Amaranta Osorio. External eye: Marion Coutarel and Suzon Fuks; Video: Suzon Fuks; movement advisor: James Cunningham; set design: Alicia Blas; Costumes: Victoria Velázquez; Music: Mohn. Translation: Cristina Ward.  Co-production: Festival Mestiza Chile,Igneous Company and Amaranta Osorio. With the support of: Cornejo.

Residency in Italy

 

From July 31 to August 3 – Danzare la Terra Residency in Corsano, Italy. Project directed by Maristella Martella.

August 3 at 9pm- (S) Radicamento. With: Parvathy Baul, Edoardo Winspeare, Ippolito Chiarello, Luciano Ferrara, Amaranta Osorio, Romina de Novellis, Vincenzo Santoro, Compagnia Tarantarte. In the Ex-Macello. Via Campo la Donna, Corsano.

Writing residency in Colombia.

 

From June 30 to July 5Residency of Ibero-American playwrights at the Teatro Esquina Latina in Cali, Colombia. Project directed by Orlando Cajamarca. With the support of IBERESCENA 2019. Guest Teacher: Santiago Loza

Playwrights: Amaranta Osorio, Ana María Gomez, Erik Leyton, Henry Diaz, Jaime Chabaud, Orlando Cajamarca, Pedro Gundesen, Pedro Miguel Rozo, Ruth Rivas.

Workshop Breaking the Silence

 

Transit Festival- Denmark

June 15 to 17workshop “Breaking the Silence: Rituals through Memory” led by the Taiwanese artist Ya-Ling Peng and Amaranta Osorio 

June 21- Presentation of the workshop results. With: Helen Varley, Ingrid Hvass, Isabel Cristina Lopez Hamze, Luana Sodré, Naná Sodré, Paola Luna Vellucci, Simon Samuelsson, Teresa García Herranz, Teresa Ruggeri.

 

Anonimas at Denmark

Transit Festival- Odin Teatret- Danemark

June 18 – Show “Anonymous women” written by Amaranta Osorio and Julia Varley. Directed by Julia Varley, Guitar and performer: Teresa García Herranz; actress: Amaranta Osorio. Scenography: Gema Rabasco; lighting: Miguel Ángel Camacho; Sound design: Arne Bock. Production: Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium and Jeito Procucciones.

Photo: Francesco Galli

What I didn’t say in Denmark

Transit Festival 9 – Hope in Action 2019

Transit Festival at Odin Teatret. Directed by Julia Varley.

June 15Work-in-progress of “What I didn’t say” written and performed by Amaranta Osorio. Video and external eye: Suzon Fuks; movement advisor: James Cunningham; set design: Alicia Blas; Costumes: Victoria Velázquez; Music: Mohn. Translation: Cristina Ward. Team in Denmark: Helen Varley and Fausto Pro. Co-production: Festival Mestiza Chile,Igneous Company and Amaranta Osorio. With the support of: Cornejo.

Transit Festival. Denmark.

 

I will participate at the Transit Festival, directed by Julia Varley, at the Odin  Teatret,  Holstebro, Denmark.

From June 15 to 17, I will give the workshop “Breaking the Silence: Rituals through Memory” together with the Taiwanese artist Ya-Ling Peng. 

June 15Work-in-progress of “What I didn’t say” written and performed by Amaranta Osorio. Video and external eye: Suzon Fuks; movement advisor: James Cunningham; set design: Alicia Blas; Costumes: Victoria Velázquez; Music: Mohn. Translation: Cristina Ward. Co-production: Festival Mestiza Chile, Igneous Company and Amaranta Osorio. With the support of: Cornejo.

June 18 – Show “Anonymous women” written by Amaranta Osorio and Julia Varley. Directed by Julia Varley, Guitar and performer: Teresa García Herranz; actress: Amaranta Osorio. Scenography: Gema Rabasco; lighting: Miguel Ángel Camacho; Sound design: Arne Bock. Production: Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium and Jeito Procucciones.

More info: Festival Transit

Collaboration in Primer Acto

 

Collaboration in Primer Acto.

A memory of my childhood. Short text.

Patricia Ariza, Dijana Milosevic and Maimouna Jallow: Theater, woman and war. Interview.

My girl, my little girl at Teatro Mayor. Bogotá, Colombia.

My girl, my little girl will be presented on April 25, 26 and 27 at the Julio Mario Santodomingo Theater in Bogota, Colombia.

Written by Amaranta Osorio and Itziar Pascual.

Directed by Natalia Menendez

Actresses: Angela Cremonte and Gozailde Nuñez
Music: Luis Miguel Cobo
Video: Alvaro Luna
Scenography and customs: Elisa Sanz
Light design: Juanjo Llorens
Director assistant: Pilar Valenciano
Scenographer assistant: Lúa Quiroga
Video asistant: Elvira Zurita

Produced by Teatro Español of Madrid and Fundación Corpartes.

Teatro Mayor

My girl, my little girl, season at Teatro Español, Madrid.

 

Mi girl, my little girl, was performed at the Teatro Español (Margarita Xirgu)  from March 6th to April 7th, 2019.

The season was a success and the theatre was full almost every night.

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Here some critics and articles.

 

 

Four-hand writing

March 12- Teatro Español. 

Amaranta Osorio and Itziar Pascual, coauthors of My Girl, my little Girl , will talk about the compositional process of the text, conceived as a four-hand writing, as well as the different phases of composition, revision and correction of the same, the dialogue between dramatic writing and staging and the relationship with the translations of the text to different languages ​​(French, German and English).

 

 

Première mondial de Ma petite, ma petite chèrie

Ma petite, ma petite cherie sera du 6 mars au 7 avril au Teatro Español à Madrid, Espagne

Écrit par Amaranta Osorio et Itziar Pascual. Mis-en-scène: Natalia Menendez Jeu: Angela Cremonte et Gozailde Nuñez
Musique: Luis Miguel Cobo
Videoscene: Alvaro Luna
Scénographie et costumes: Elisa Sanz
Lumières: Juanjo Llorens
Assistant mis-en-scène: Pilar Valenciano
Assistant scènographie: Lúa Quiroga
Assistant videoscene: Elvira Zurita

Produit par Teatro Español de Madrid et Fundación Corpartes.

https://www.teatroespanol.es/

What I didn’t say in Madrid

14 February 2019- Work in progress- What I didn’t say,  withing the meeting of theatre and feminisms, directed by Alicia Blas and Ana Contreras at RESAD.

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