NATIONAL CULTURE AWARD RICARDO FERNÁNDEZ GUARDIA 2018 IN 'BEST ACTING ROLE' CATEGORY
People call her Caramelo and this play is about her.
Based on the condition of a sex worker once she reaches an advanced age where society and stereotypes confront her with the resistance to accept that her job is no longer productive for herself as it was before.
A look at the economy of the body, prostitution and motherhood from the everyday life, through the dialogue between the stage and the cinematographic gaze as complements for the audience; a voyeuristic view that accompanies these bodies that are so censored by the society but in turn, so demanded by the past, the present and the future.
A production lead by Teatro Universitario (UCR), May 2018.
Directing: Natalia Mariño
Acting: Tatiana Sobrado, Vivian Bonilla y Leonardo Sandoval
Production: Jennifer Monge (La chica de la roncha)
Playwright: Natalia Mariño (with special collaboration of the actors)
Dramaturg/directing assistant: Adrian Brais
Graphic design: Maricruz Vargas
Scenography: Ker Chavarría and Andrea Calvo
Costume design: Natalia Mariño
Sound design system: Jose Manuel Conejo
Photography: Cukoo koo Photography and Maricruz Vargas
Video production: Chimbo Films
Theatre critique: The many lives that fit in a body (Spanish).