Antigona: Narración en Rojo y Negro


La actriz Gabriella Ortogalli presentó su obra Antigona: Narración en rojo y negro, un espectáculo teatral unipersonal, en el espacio de FOMMA el 28 de marzo de 2009. Según Ortogalli, “Antigona, la tan antigua como vigente tragedia de Sófocles, plantea cuestiones humanas cargadas de sentimientos y emociones, a las que se enfrenta el orden que el hombre impone con los derechos naturales. El drama comienza con la muerte de Polinices, a mano de su hermano, y el desgarrador pedido de ayuda de Antigona a su hermana para dar sepultura al hermano muerto. Antigona: Narración en rojo y negro también es un relato a modo de ritual donde Ismene, la hermana de Antigona, narra y revive la tragedia desde el deber de la memoria que asume.”

 

The actress Gabriella Ortogalli presented her play “Antigona: A Tale in Red and Black,” a theatrical, one-woman performance, in FOMMA on March 28, 2009. According to Ortogalli, “Antigona, Sophocles’ ancient yet contemporary tragedy, outlines various, emotionally charged, human questions that confront the order imposed by man over natural rights. The drama begins with the death of Polinices at the hand of his brother and Antigona’s heartbreaking request for help from her sister to bury him. “Antigona: A Tale in Red and Black” is also a tale in the form of a ritual in which Ismene, Antigona’s sister, narrates and relives the tragedy as inspired by the duty that the memory provokes in her.”

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Arte Acción is an interdisciplinary platform located in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas that focuses on developing public performance programming and linking different social groups together in order to promote diverse forms of human development through diverse, continual activities geared towards increasing public awareness, personal reflection and the creation of artistic and political projects. It is a platform first developed with the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics in collaboration with Fortaleza de la Mujer Maya (FOMMA), a theatre troupe of indigenous women. Arte Acción, encompasses public lectures, roundtables, performances, public actions and projections seeking to promote, present and archive performative practices as a social, cultural and political in it's collaboration and research with local, national, and international communities.