200 DÍAS QUE PARECEN AÑOS
José Matías remembers with immense affection his childhood, the grandmother who every morning taught him to knead the grains to roast the arepas, but also to caress the life, that in the middle of the lessons of the school he brought Matilde, who after Many games of love become the mother of their children, the lover, the partner with whom a new family is built.
Work is necessary to raise children, conversations with compadres give an account of family love, of the problems of daily life, which are less rude to the heat of a few "drinks" on the day of rest.
The arrival of strange beings brings misfortune, because the land is at stake, and with it the home, children, love, life that was appeased between banana plantations and the smell of coffee served with arepa at the break the morning.
Winner of the Culturally Active Loc 2010
2010 Community Theater District Encounter
Revamping Project Casa Teatrova 2011
Act Latin Season April 2011
FUGA Programming March 2011
Santa Fe Arts Festival 2011
Arte Si Season, Threats No. 2011
Bogotá Theater Festival 2011
Alternative Theater Festival of Bogotá 2012
Appropriation House Third Act 2012
Visibilization Casa de la Cultura Santa fe 2012
National Meeting of Theater Córdoba 2012
Festival of Arts and Memory Huila 2012
National Meeting of Theater Cali 2013
Programming House Third Act 2013
Taking of Theater for Memory Goal 2014
Anniversary Week House Third Act 2015
Season House Third Act 2016
Experimental Theater Program of Boyacá -Tunja 2017
Meeting of Community Theater Cali -2017
Season Casa tercer acto 2017
* Scenic space of at least six meters in front, by Six in the background and Four in height.
* Availability Three (3) hours for assembly and preparation.
* 15 general lights (par 64) with red, amber and blue filters,
* Sound equipment with CD drive or computer connection
Luis Daniel Castro
Wardrobe: Jhon E. Barrios
Makeup: The group
Scenographic Design: Hernando Ruiz
Photography: MTM Marca tu Marca
Video: Portal Scene
General Direction: Jhon E. Barrios
Dramaturgy: Luis Daniel Castro
Design Lights and Sound: Alexander Corredor
Duration: 1 Hour
Public: All Public