You shall love
Chilean doctors are preparing a panel discussion in an international conference. The theme is “How to overcome discrimination”. In the recent years where extraterrestrial lifeforms known as Amenites have come to Earth as refugees, it is said that discriminatory treatment against these refugees is common among many medical practitioners. What creates violence? Can one love someone that is “other” to them? Questions examined closely through collective creation is posed humorously, ironically, and yet truthfully.
cast & crew
PLAYWRIGHT Pablo Manzi · DIRECTORS Andreina Olivari y Pablo Manzi · DESIGN Los Contadores Auditores · MUSIC Camilo Catepillán · CAST Gabriel Cañas, Paulina Giglio, Gabriel Urzúa, Guilherme Sepúlveda, Carlos Donoso · TECHNICAL MANAGER Raúl Donoso · PRODUCER Horacio Pérez
> Mostra Internacional de Sao Paulo, Teatro Porto Seguro / March 2020 (São Paulo, Brazil)
> Jerome Robbins Theater, Barysnikov Arts Center / February 2020 (New York, USA)
> Alias Teatern / December 2019 (Stockholm, Sweden)
> Tokyo Festival World Competition 2019. Theatre West / November 2019 (Tokyo, Japan)
> Kunstenfestivaldesarts. Theatre Les Tanneurs / May 2019 (Brussels, Belgium)
> FOG Triennale Milano Performing Arts. Teatro dell'Arte / May 2019 (Milan, Italia)
> Performances at Teatro Sidarte / April 2019 (Santiago, Chile)
> Teatro Regional del Biobío / January 2019 (Concepción, Chile)
> Festival de Teatro Juan Radrigán / January 2019 (Quilicura, Chile)
> Platea 19, Festival Internacional Santiago a Mil. Teatro Universidad Católica / January 2019 (Santiago. Chile)
> Ciclo Teatro, DDHH y Memoria / November-December 2018 (La Granja, La Pintana, Puente Alto. Santiago, Chile)
> Noorderzon Perfoming ArtsFestival / August 2018 (Groningen, Nederlands)
> Performances at Sala de Teatro Universidad Mayor / June 2018 (Santiago, Chile)
> Premiere. Performances at Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral / April 2018 (Santiago, Chile)
> Award José Nuez Martín 2018 from the Literary Department of Universidad Católica de Chile. Category: Theatre.
Santiago, Chile. 2018.
> Critics Choice Awards, Audience Award and Best Performance Award. Tokyo Festival World Competition.
Tokyo, Japan. 2019.
> Text selected for the Second International Play Reading Festival. Columbia University, School of the Arts.
New York, USA. 2019.