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Tierras del Sud


25 and 26 October
Tierras del Sud

cast Laida Azkona Goñi and Txalo Toloza-Fernández

voices Sebastian Alessandria, Sergio Alessandria, Agustina Basso, Gerardo Ghioldi, Marcela Imazio, Daniel Osovnikar, Conrado Parodi, Sebastián Seifert and Rosalía Zanón

setting Juliana Acevedo i MiPrimerDrop / stylism Sara Espinosa / lighting Ana Rovira / audio-visual MiPrimerDrop / original music and sounding space Juan Cristóbal Saavedra

director assistant Raquel Cors / research process coordinated by Leonardo Gamboa Caneo / musical selection Marcelo Pellejero / management Elclimamola

set up made and props by Lola Belles, Mariona Signes and Rotor-Fab-Espai Erre

with the collaboration of Sònia Gómez, Maite Garvayo, Ángela Fernández, Fernando Sánchez and Orlando and Jaime Carriqueo

and the teams of the Teatre Lliure

co-produced by Antic Teatre, Festival TNT and Azkona&Toloza

with the support of Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya and Programa Iberescena

with the collaboration of Innova Cultural promoted by Fundación Bancària Caja de Navarra and Obra Social “La Caixa”, Teatro Gayarre, El Graner-Mercat de les Flors, La Caldera, Azala Espazioa, Instituto Patagónico de las Artes, l’Estruch de Sabadell and Biblioteca Popular Osvaldo Bayer on Villa La Angostura

show subsidied by Gobierno de Navarra


Second part of the trilogy Pacífico of A Laida Azkona Goñi and Txalo Toloza-Fernández, focused on the close relationship between the great foreign fortunes and the barbarism of the Native Latin American peoples.

Friday and Saturday 20:00

follow on the net @azkonatoloza / #TierrasdelSud

1h. 20' no interval
Tierras del Sud
Tierras del Sud
Tierras del Sud
Tierras del Sud
Azkona&Toloza are a duo of artists specialising in the creation of live arts projects between Barcelona, Pamplona and the Atacama Desert. They work both as a duo and solo, and they have also collaborated with the performer Sònia Gómez, the director Roger Bernat, and the Mexican documentary theatre company Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol, among others.