Sala Beckett hosts this cycle that reflects on power structures and the tools we have to fight them.
“If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet.” was the phrase that gave the #metoo movement the visibility it needed. And this is where the new #jotambé cycle was born, organised by the Sala Beckett and the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, a cycle that gives voice to the gender violence stories and urges us to reflect on the power structures that cause them, as well as thinking about what tools we need to deal with them. The cycle will start on April 7 and will bring you several proposals that will last until June 18.
The program opens with Sandra by Daniel Freixas and Sota la neu by Anna Llopart, and in May you can watch El que no es diu by Marilia Samper and Una niña es una cosa a medio formar directed by Juan Miranda. You can also enjoy dramatised readings, such as Claudia Cos's Cáscaras, Raúl Quirós's Vertedero, Quan ja ens haguem torturat prou by Martin Crimp and Lara Díez Quintanilla's El sensespai, and various virtual talks and workshops, such as ‘Gender Violence in the Cyberspace: the two sides of the coin’ or ‘Making the invisible visible: Training in a gender perspective in the performing arts’. There will also be the children’s show Amazones by Agrupación Señor Serrano.
Some activities are free and some are priced from 3 to 125 euros. If you check the program of the cycle you will find all the information on schedules and tickets for each activity, as well as the available season tickets.
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