Audience: V GM


Houses Without Walls

Wonderful play. Much more than a story of mothers and daughters or another tale about the Cuban revolution Houses without walls is a reflection on the emotional spaces of loneliness and women identity, where men are just a picture hanging on the wall, as a decorative and useless icon. Susannah explores intrepidly the sequence of binary elements: two neighbors as a mirror, who denies and recognize oneself in the other, the suffocating room that turns the spectator into a voyeur of interior worlds with no boundaries, revolution versus the gusanos, the right to judge and being pardoned by our actions and the unbearable suffering of the uncertainty. And against that, only the destructive, the recurring fire that never comes. Thank you, Susannah


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