Los Ojos de Don Colacho
In the heart of a revolution, theatre goes to the basic essentials. The distance between stage and the public crumbles. All that’s left is the urgency of laying bare the virgin spaces of the imaginary and redefining realities. With Nicaragua’s Grupo Teyocoyani, the stage travels. The acting is altered. The scripts are the words of a people in movement.
“In theatrical terms the show is really good, with lots of colour, rambunctious humour, and some really nice stage images. (…) Passive spectators can’t help but become active participants.” -Chris Brookes, Now we know the difference, Toronto, Canada