•  Theatre 2015
  Daniel Veronese
Written and directed by: Daniel Veronese
Cast: Maria Onetto, Luis Ziembrowski, Diego Velazquez, Gonzalo Urtizberea, Flor Dysel
An old friend resurfaces after a 20-year’s absence and with him an old dispute that was thought long settled. Seemingly unbeknownst to the protagonists, it not only breaks the peace but also triggers a spate of reproof, reminiscing and betrayal. A new ending insidiously takes shape, a new state of affairs wrapped in a dark and absurd halo of violence. But, like it usually happens, life will anyhow go on for all of them. (Daniel Veronese) „Daniel Veronese imposes a deeply moving crowd on stage. When the audience walks in, the actors are already there. You can’t help feel immediately that their presence has the power of the obvious. Is it because they are used to working together and enjoy it? This […] play is incisive and violent […]. It’s got it all, and it’s quick, and it’s powerful.” (Fabienne Pascaud, Télérama, September 2011) „The Argentinian stage director turns a doll’s house into a hand-to-hand wrestle with today’s society. The play, stripped from the unnecessary, shows the real essence of life – something rather rare in theatre. A pure concentrate of raw and bare theatre.” (Fabienne Darge, Le Monde, February 2010)
Translated into Romanian and English
Performance not recommended under 12 years old