Aluna Theatre: What I Learned from a Decade of Fear

Aluna Theatre: What I Learned from a Decade of Fear Photo/Foto: Laura Bluher

What I learned from a Decade of Fear

A Karmic Accounting / Interrogation Ritual to atone for a decade of repression, war, and paranoia.

Beatriz tests her friendship with Lyon by culling incriminating details from his average life through confession, surveillance, and interrogation. Will this verify the new maxim of the modern security age, that everyone is guilty of something?

Biography

Aluna Theatre creates innovative and culturally diverse performance work, with a focus on Latin-Canadian and women artists. ‘Aluna’ is a Kogi word that refers to an inner world of spirit and memory through which the world around and outside of us is kept in balance. They produce the biennial RUTAS panamericanas Festival in Toronto.

Media

Aluna Theatre: What I Learned from a Decade of Fear Edited by Victor Bautista

Additional Info

  • Encuentro Location (Montréal): Concordia University, Hexagram Black Box
  • Date: June 22, 2014