Friday, April 9 San Francisco, USA 6pm PDT TERREMOTO/EARTHQUAKE, Show II **see Program below Mexico City, Mexico, 8:00 pm CDT New York, USA, 9:00 pm EDT Buenos Aires, Argentina, 10:00 pm ART São Paulo, Brazil, 10:00 pm BRT
Sunday, April 11 San Francisco, USA 430pm PDT TERREMOTO/EARTHQUAKE, Show I*see Program below Mexico City, Mexico, 6:30 pm CDT New York, USA, 7:30 pm EDT Buenos Aires, Argentina, 8:30 pm ART São Paulo, Brazil, 8:30 pm BRT
FESTIVAL PERFORMANCES *TERREMOTO/EARTHQUAKE SHOW I All pieces will be in Spanish, Portuguese or English with subtitles.
Everything is Shaking by Delbis Cardona directed by Amytza Maskati Venezuelan poet and actor performs his own poem.
O Sonho Africano/Incomparável/Particularidades do Meu Ser/ / Africanizando (The African Dream/Incomparable/Particularities of my Being / Africanizing) by Morgado Mbalate performed by Jamira Horácio Inguane Mozambican poems from Brazil. Aquario (Aquarius) by Sol Schiller A multimedia piece exploring the pollution of the sea in Argentina.
Y si fuera agua de lluvia? (And if it were rainwater?)by Abigail Jottar and Miriam Benabib directed by Abigail Jottar Accompanied by clarinetist , projections and sounds, Ms. Jottar tells a story of how rain harvesting can save Mexico City., Ms. Jottar tells a story of how rain harvesting can save Mexico City. Mi Casa (My House)/La Llorona (The Weeping Woman) by Gloria Garcia Stanley Bay Area actor will perform her poem and sing a traditional song.
Charismatic Megafloraby Linda Amayo-Hassan directed by by Linda Amayo-Hassan performed by Abner Lozano, Sedrick Cabrera, and Michelle Navarette Bay Area playwright writes of two brothers who meet with an old-growth redwood who has been nearly destroyed by the fires.
Monetofágicos (Money Eaters)by Thiago Neves directed by Rafael Duarte Oliveira Venancio performed by Julio Mayer & Wando Moreira A Brazilian play about money and garbage.
Dragão de Ferro (Iron Dragon)byRafael Acevedo w/Aline Lira A song about forest devastation, animal killings and Native genocide.
Green Placentawritten and performed by Iliana Munoz directed by Gibran Valencia A performer is invited to participate in an artistic intervention planting 20 trees in a sidewalk in Mexico City. It becomes a complete mess.
Your Body and My Body by Delbis Cardona directed by Amytza Maskati Venezuelan poet and actor performs his own poem.
**TERREMOTO/EARTHQUAKE SHOW II All pieces will be in Spanish, Portuguese or English with subtitles.
¡Y se hizo la luz! (Let there be light!) Frida Tovar Velazquez directed by Alejandra Anzorena performed by Judith Inda* and Annya Katerina Based on a Nahuatl ritual. If a flare falls in the middle of the forest and there is no one to extinguish it, does the forest actually catch fire?
Se uma árvore pudesse falar?(If a tree could speak?)by Edgar Bueno A song taped in the Brazilian “cerrado” (a kind of savannah)using instruments made of recycled materials.
La ciudad de los arroyos invisibles (The City of Invisible Streams)by Mariana Vily directed by Flavia Vitale performed by Natalia Chiesi and Gerardo Scherman voice work by Rocio Mosca Macie A memory play about the flooding of Buenos Aires’ underground waterways.
The Biohazardous Waste Landby Aaron Higareda directed by Melanie Queponds An adaptation of T.S. Elliot's The Waste Land from the perspective of a Chicano working in a Vernon, CA medical waste disposal facility.
Corrente Líquida (Net Current) by Diogo Mattos directed by Victor Garbossa performed by Ana Caroline and Emanuelle Di Angele A play about the hydric crisis in Amapá (an Amazon region Brazilian State) and São Paulo.
Casca Raiz Origem e Tempo (Casca Raiz Origin and Time) written, directed, and performed by Adryana Ryal A play about Brazilian shamans and herbalists. O Fantasma de Gonçalves Dias (The Ghost of Gonçalves Dias) by Rafael Duarte Oliveira Venancio directed by Victor Garbossa performed by Carlos Falat, Letícia Navarro, and Renato Alves On the Maranhao coast of Brazil, an Instagram influencer meets with the ghost of poet Gonçalves Dias and Anhangá, a Tupi Hades.