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ARE THEY CABARETERS? ARE THEY FAEMINE AND TIRED?
ARE THEY MODERN CLOWNS? HAVE THEY FLED FROM DADAISM?
“We laugh at our profession, the artistic and labor world, the passage of time, ourselves, cancer and everything or almost everything…”
In “MIGAS DE MIGAJAS” Rut Santamaría and Noemi Climent give life to two “optimistic characters” who do not lose hope at anything and who in their search for happiness, or a decent job or success, or eternal youth, or survival, or equal opportunities, or Instagram followers… (they mix it all up) make their particular “hero/heroine journey” accompanied by the public.
Irreverent, feisty, ironic, sometimes absurd and on many occasions surreal, they share their yearnings free of taboos and solemnity.
Eager for fame, money and triumph, our protagonists live colorful scenes that make them rub shoulders with the most internationally recognized artists, the hairdressers of Aluche, school campaigns, the most dandy television programs, amusement parks, hospitals and the world. more kitsch than the musical, among others.
A whole journey of setbacks in a search for identity and acceptance of oneself and others.
Breast cancer as a cross-cutting issue
These (anti)heroines encounter another unexpected obstacle: cancer. A disease that already affects 20% of the population.
Breast cancer has up to a 95% probability of cure, but it represents an important change in the lives of patients, to the detriment of their quality of life, in addition to long and severe treatment.
In this autofiction that they propose, they are based on the experience currently lived by one of them.
Far from being intimidated, they offer a vision of the subject from the healthiest humor. They want to give hope and, loaded with optimism, they continue to strive to bring their creations to success.
Not even cancer can beat them!
“MIGAS DE MIGAJAS” stars RUT SANTAMARÍA and NOEMI CLIMENT.
The dramaturgy is by Rut Santamaría with advice from Adrián Perea, based on an original idea based on the characters created by José Manuel Carrasco for the works “Lo imposible” and “Cabaré Volter”.
The scenery is designed by Joaquín López-Bailo and the costumes by Reme Gómez.
The address corresponds to CHOS.
It is a BRONTE PRODUCCIONES production, which can be seen in Madrid at the LARA theaters, every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. (until March 1) and then at the DEL BARRIO Theater every Sunday at 6:00 p.m. (until April 16…for now).
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