September 7th of 2017
Fira Tàrrega – Cal Trepat
MATRIA is an artistic journey of love.
How can we face our family history in a state born in oblivion? Which is the family’s legacy of the wounds of th Spanish Civil War? What is the role of our mothers?
Enrique Isart Alonso was executed by firearm in August 14th of 1939, in Cartagena, Spain by the Francoism. He left a letter with a message to her mother Virginia Alonso Calvo: Mother, courage! His corpse remains somewhere in one of the edges that built the Spanish Transition to democracy.
What’s the real meaning of remembering? What belongs to oblivion?
Through the figure of Virginia Alonso, two of the women of the family build a scenic space to claim History, re-appropriate it and generate a space for collective debate to narrate silence.
From the margins we look in the margins, from the MATRIA we speak.
A circle, where we face each other, to debate on the narrative of oblivion. A desapeared, the forgotten & Herstory.
Temporada Alta 2017
Sala La Planetatickets
Passeig Canalejas 3, Girona
december 10th 2017 | 18:00 catalan/spanish
Marc Naya Diaz
Angela Pitarch Isart
Carla Rovira Pitarch
Direction & Dramaturgy:
Ramon Bonvehí Rosich
Laura Blanch Bigas
Erol Ileri Llordella
Escenery & Costume design:
Roger Arjona Loscos