They premiere the play “Never deny your father” at the Usina Cultural

They premiere the play “Never deny your father” at the Usina Cultural
They premiere the play “Never deny your father” at the Usina Cultural

On Saturday, May 25, at 8:30 p.m. at the Usina Cultural theater (España y Juramento), “Never deny your father”, the tragicomedy by playwright and director Justina Ovejero, will premiere.

Rogelio Pérez, a typical family man, is preparing the classic Sunday choripaneada. In addition to the usual meal, this lunch is even more special, because they are celebrating his mother’s birthday.

The surprise call from Juan, his eldest son, leaves his father in shock.

Angry and dismayed by the news that his son has just given him, Rogelio will turn the Sunday celebration into a true family ordeal.

Starring Rufino Basavilbaso, Sebastián Delgado, Ulises Domingo, Florencia Heredia, Andy Lazarte Ortiz, Valentín Mayor, Sofía Monterichel, Luis Quiroz, Sole Sosa Quintana and “Gachi” Vilariño. The costume design is by “Ani” Messina. The technical team is made up of Andrea Lizárraga, Sofía Monterichel, Damián Davico and Magdalena Trucco. The production, dramaturgy and general direction is by Justina Ovejero.

With more than fifteen works written in recent years, Justina Ovejero redoubles her bet before a loyal audience, who eagerly awaits her latest tragicomedy.

After three years fully dedicating himself to the Shot Teatral microtheater series, he returns to the scene, but this time with a long work and tradition from Salta. “Never deny your father is a work that will invite the public to explore family dynamics with humor as a tool. And he hopes it will be a new milestone within the independent theater of Salta,” said Ovejero.

You can now purchase tickets at Salta Ticket for $7,500. The “Theatrical Tribe” promotion of three tickets for 2 two (at $15,000) is in force.

 
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