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Never stop looking at me please , it is a comedy written and directed by Bernardo Cappa in collaboration with Pedro Sedinsky. The work refers to the desire and the need to be looked at; and the despair and possible tragedy that entails the possibility of not being so.
A familiar portrait of actors is shown in which relationships are woven by secrets, frustrations, loves, infidelities, lies and grudges. In the evolution of the story appear both latently and manifestly, quotes or references that evoke the work " La Gaviota” by Antón Chekhov ; author who made the interaction of the characters prevail and the ways of linking themselves from their psychologies, over the argument itself. While Chekhov sets up a scene framed by the prudence and decorum of the time, Cappa delves us into a world full of impulsivity, where at times violence and sexual do not seem to have any kind of veil. A contemporary world where egos only look at themselves and pretend to be the only object of each other's gaze. Actors spare no resources when it comes to deploying emotions of extremely extreme distress and in turn make us laugh.
“Never stop looking at me please” achieves through the theater of absurd, generate a fun and tense climate, addressing tragic and dramatic issues.
The show is presented every Friday in a beautiful theatrical space called " El camarín de las muses " located in what is known as the " off Corrientes ”. It also has several theatre halls, art exhibitions, workshops and various cultural activities. It also has a delicate rest/bar ideal for before or after the function.
Publication Date: 03/06/2018
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