Fuerza Bruta: Wayra
Fuerza Bruta Wayra is a dynamic and immersive theater experience. It proposes to break the intellectual subjection of language. Use all the available media to operate effectively on the sensitivity of the viewer. Brings it to other territories where there are other more powerful laws. Space where the speed of the received stimulus surpasses the intellectual reaction and the emotion comes first. The spectator surrenders, knowing that it is part of an artistic fact, a parallel reality, ethereal, beautiful, delirious and absolutely truer than every day knowing that he is being led to crash into his own sensibility. A sensitivity collective, universal, without translation, or anesthesia. Brutally happy.
- Theatre Company
- Fuerzabruta, Ozono Producciones
- Parental rating
- Parental rating information not available.
- 52 minutes
- Original language
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Leo Aramburú
- Artistic Director
- Diqui James
- Gaby Kerpel
- Maria Jimena Abente, Estefania Bavassi, Martín Buzzo, Guillermina Brandauer, Marcelo Curotti, Carolina Cáceres, Luciano Correo, Josefina Enrico, Juan Martín Fernandez, Ariel Freiria, Gabrieka Gomez, Natalia Gomez Carrillo, Laura Mesigos, Nazarena Moon, Bruno Lopez Aragon, Adriana Louvet, Mariano Panelo, Lucia Peñalva, Eugenia Schilling, melina Seoane, Camila Taranto, Debora Torres
- Luna Park, Metropolitano, Orfeo - Argentina
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