Bocas de bolero (1994)

Bocas de bolero (1994) HIDVL

"Bocas de bolero" is a collective creation by Teatro La Máscara on the relationships women have with everyday activities in the domestic realm. The melodrama of marriage, the notion of waiting, domestic chores, religion, mother-daughter relationships, gender conventions, etc., are woven with the romantic and melancholy sounds and themes of bolero. Through a polysemic treatment of space, reiteration, movement and image that explores the dynamics of memory, personal present and collective past, the performance artfully confronts the taboos, conventions and struggles surrounding cultural notions of gender.

Media

Additional Info

  • Title: Bocas de bolero
  • Holdings: video (HIDVL)
  • Duration: 01:01:50
  • Language: Spanish
  • Date: Sept 1994
  • Location: Performed as part of the Magdalena Project Festival in Cardiff, Wales.
  • Type-Format: play
  • Cast: Lucy Bolaños (protagonist), Susana Uribe (protagonist), Ximena Escobar (protagonist), Valentina Vivas (protagonist).
  • Credits: Teatro La Máscara, producer, set and lighting design ; Wilson Pico, director ; Gustavo Vivas, music, sound design ; Magdalena Project, videographer ; Juan José Posada, graphic design ; Héctor Fabio Cobo, artistic consultant ; Lucy Bolaños , makeup and costumes ; María Elena Bolaños, costumes ; Vicente Aragón, Luz Marina Botero, tech team.