I recently sat down Ana Luiza Ulsig who is starring in the LGBTQ play “Liberty”, where she will play the Prison Governor and Sandy Duncan (Kath’s husband,) directed by Ray Woolford. We talked through a wide variety of topics, including about the state of politics in Brazil, LGBTQ history and Liberty, Kath Duncan, history and a wide number of topics in this fantastic interview.
This winter, this well-known international event will present the very best of contemporary visual theatre. The 2019 edition will see British artists at the forefront. During theatre plays, the transmission of a meaning or a specific message often goes deeper than the simple intonation of a sentence or choosing specific words. The body also plays a key role in communicating emotions and telling stories to the public.
Fortunately, she says, in Latin America the stories have not dried up, and so we have the cinema that Hollywood wanted to have. Nubia Piqueras Grosso They met 32 years ago and have been united ever since by a passion that transcends even love: cinema. They make an […]
This is confirmed by Daniela Vega, the Chilean transsexual actress who has several international prizes at home. And she thinks that art is a space of resistance, of reflection and communion. Martha Sánchez The main character of “A fantastic woman”, winner of this year’s Oscar for Best Foreign-Language […]
Migration is a topic that many people can relate to, and a new play – based on real life experiences – will explore the four main reasons why people decide to migrate and will challenge the oppressive policies surrounding it. It will be shown in London this June. Mehdy […]