Diana Raznovich & Margarita Borja: The Debt

Diana Raznovich & Margarita Borja: The Debt photo/foto: Cristhian Ávila

Diana Raznovich is an Argentinean playwright with a long trajectory and national and international recognition. She is also a cartoonist, and has produced numerous performances and installations with her cartoons. She has been exiled in Spain since 1975.

Margarita Borja is a poet, playwright, producer, and director of the Teatro de las Sorámbulas (Spain), founded in 1992 by a cross-disciplinary, cross-generational group of professional feminists working in theater, music, and the visual arts. In 1996 she developed the "Encuentros of Ibero-American Women in Theater Arts," which she continues to coordinate to this day, at the International Theater Festival (FIT) in Cádiz, Spain.

The Debt

The Debt is an account of journalist Matilde Ballester's continuing investigation of the sex trade and traffic of women.

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