Theatre company from Chile in Austin; Play and Workshop Today and Tomorrow

Performance: Chile’’s TEATROCINEMA is an inventive and original theatre company who create an ingenious fusion of cinema and theatre. Their highly stylized staging is a seamless blend of live action and film projection – technical and theatrical wizardry. Texas Performing Arts presents the US premiere of TEATROCINEMA, performing Sin Sangre (Without Blood).

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Sin Sangre is an adaptation of a novella by Italian author and playwright Alessandro Baricco, with all the darkness of film noir and tension of a 1960s B-movie thriller. It is a fast paced production combining intense dialogue and raw action with widescreen cinematic projection.

Presented in Spanish with English supertitles
Workshop: Texas Performing Arts, ArtesAméricas, and ProyectoTeatro invite Austin’s theatre community to a one of a kind workshop this Saturday, March 23, 2013. This workshop is an introduction to TEATROCINEMA’s work & technique, with special emphasis on the production/tech side. The workshop will be run by Juan Carlos Zagal, the company’s founder & director, as well as members of the cast and crew.
Performance: Friday, March 22 at 8PM (McCullough Theatre at UT)

To purchase performance tickets, visit: www.texasperformingarts.org

Workshop: Saturday, March 23rd at 10AM (McCullough Theatre at UT)

To register for this free workshop, please send an e-mail to info@proyectoteatro.com to confirm participation and you will receive more information.

For more information on the performance or the workshop contact ProyectoTeatro at (512)420-9078 or send us an e-mail at info@proyectoteatro.com

[Source: ProyectoTeatro, Texas Performing Arts, ArtesAméricas]

Liz Lopez

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