Upcoming events in 2020

January 9- Conference at the Maison de l’Amérique Latine in Paris. With: Théophile Choquet, Lucas Duran and Amaranta Osorio.

January 11 and 12- Workshop by Nieves Mateo and Amaranta Osorio for Unicornio Teatro in Madrid.

January- Publication of “La jaula” written by Amaranta Osorio in the Paso de Gato Magazine in Mexico.

31 January Presentation of “Anónimas” (Anonymous woman) at the International NTL theatre festival, in  Odin Teatret, Denmark.

1 February. Talk about the process of Anonimas at the NTL Festival, Odin Teatret, Denmark.

February- Research in India with Parvathy Baul.

March 5- Presentation of the book “Clic. Cuando todo cambia” published by ASSITEJ. At the Calderon Theater of Valladolid. Spain.

March 5- Gives the workshop “Four hands writing, writing for teenagers” with Itziar Pascual, at the Higher School of Dramatic Arts in Valladolid. Fuescyl.

March 6 – World premiere of “Clic. Cuando todo cambia”  Written by Amaranta Osorio and Itziar Pascual. Directed by Alberto Velasco at the Calderón Theatre in Valladolid.

March 20- Talk at the symposium “Écritures dramatiques et scéniques de Amerique Latine” at the Toulouse University. Jean Jaures. Toulouse, France (Cancelled due to coronavirus)

March 23- Conference “Breaking the silence. The need to write your own story” at the Gayarre Theatre. Pamplona.

Photo by Eleonore Dumas.(Cancelled due to coronavirus)

Talk at Pamplona

March 23 at 7:30 pm- Talk “Breaking the Silence. The need to write your own story” at the Gayarre Theater in Pamplona, ​​Spain. Organized by Aurora Moneo.

Women have been told to shut up for centuries because the word was for the powerful.  Too many stories were silenced and many important women do not appear in the history books. Our silence has made us invisible. The time has come to speak up and write our stories”

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Cancelled due to coronavirus, it will be delayed to later this year.

Talk at Toulouse, France.

 

March 20 at 11 am at the Maison de la Recherche, Toulouse-Jean Jaures University, participation in the colloquium “Écritures dramatiques et scéniques d ‘Amerique Latine, aujourd’hui: quelles émancipations?

Reading of  some scenes of plays written by Amaranta Osorio.

Reflections around the author’s work by Arianna de Sanctis (Université Montpellier 3).

Conversation with Agnes Suberzy (Toulouse- Jean Jaurés University and translator of the play “Girls play soccer” ), Antonia Amo (Université d’Avignon and translator of the play “My girl, my little girl”) and Amaranta Osorio (author)

Cancelled due to coronavirus, it will be delayed to later this year.

 

Publication of “Clic. Cuando todo cambia” in Spain

 

 

5 march at Teatro Calderón de Valladolid, Spain.

Presentation of Clic. Cuando todo cambia (Clic, when everything changes) published by ASSITEJ Spain.

It is a theatre play written by Amaranta Osorio and Itziar Pascual that won the Calderón Prize for Dramatic Literature.

You can find the book at: ASSITEJ.

 

“Clic. When everything changes” at Valladolid.

 

 

March 6, 2020 at the Calderón Theater in Valladolid, Spain. World premiere of the play “Click. When everything changes” written by Amaranta Osorio and Itziar Pascual; Direction: Alberto Velasco; Actors: Alicia Hernández Bermejo, Inés González, Javier Cascón Rivas, with the special collaboration of: Marta Ruiz de Viñaspre and Roberto Henriquez; Lighting: Miguel Ruz; Scenic space: Miguel Delgado; Musical theme: Monterrosa; Costumes: Sara Sánchez del Amo; Assistant director: Alvaro Caboalles; Delegated production: Henar Hernández; Photography and poster design: Ana Pizarro; Artistic direction of assembly and creation of the film: Herminio Cardiel Martín. Production: Calderón Theater. Distribution and co-production: Fran Ávila.

The play won the Calderón Prize for Dramatic Literature in 2018. It is a play that talks about adolescence. More information

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LA JAULA published in Paso de Gato in Mexico.

 

LA JAULA, written by Amaranta Osorio was published in the Paso de Gato magazine in Mexico. With an introduction by Santiago Loza.

This play was written during the residence of Latin American playwrights, organized by Teatro Esquina Latina with the support of IBERESCENA.

LA JAULA  talks about migrant children detained at the U.S. border.

You can ask for it in digital or printed version here (in Spanish)

Rotunda in Greece

 

The short play “Rotunda” written by Amaranta Osorio, was selected for the International Festival of Female Dramaturgy in Greece in 2021. It will be translated into Greek by Styl Rodarelis.

Anónimas (Anonymous women) International NTL theatre festival

From January 28 to February 2, 2020 – International NTL Theatre Festival. Odin Teatret. Holstebro, Denmark.

31 January. 2ohrs- Presentation of the play “Anónimas” at Odin Teatret. (Anonymous women)  by Amaranta Osorio and Julia Varley. Directed by Julia Varley. with: Teresa García Herranz and Amaranta Osorio

1 February. 16:45- Talk about the process of Anónimas at Odin Teatret

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Talk in Paris

 

January 9th 2020 at 19hrs- Round table about Artaud at the Maison de L’Amérique Latine in Paris. With the participation of: Theophile Choquet (France), Paula Alves (Brasil), Rodrigo Ramis (Chile), Alexander Vivas Misel (Venezuela), Lucas Duran (Argentina), Ilios Chailly (France) and Amaranta Osorio (Mexico-Spain)

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Talk about the Magdalena Project

Talk about the Magdalena Project and its founder Jill Greenhalgh on Saturday, December 7 at 4:30 p.m. at the Maison Folie Wazemmes in Lille.

51% propose a space to think differently on the side of 51% of the population: women.

7-8 DECEMBER ~ 2019 SALON Maison Folie Wazemmes, Lille

booking:  51pourcent@gmail.com

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What I didn’t say in Ecuador

 

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.

 

“Breaking the silence” workshop in Ecuador

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 Ecuador

Festival Tiempos de Mujer

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

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.

 

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