As an artist, how much of your life are you willing to share with your audience?
“For eight years I’ve been trying to finish this play,” Marina Otero states. “This is yet another sketch of that incomplete, endless play. It’s made with parts of an old play, confused memories, past lovers and other things I already killed. I now open the doors to show those misplaced secrets, the archived documents, stolen pictures, and my first 30 years reassembled.” See Otero as a child, a teenager, a woman. See her as a daughter, a sister, a girlfriend. Then – a dancer, an actress, a playwright. Yet the query is posed, haunting, teasing: how much did she remember and how much did she invent?
Weigh those questions against the undeniable honesty in Remember 30 Years To Live 65 Minutes. Otero’s mashup performance reveals a woman stripped bare, dealing with raw emotions, fighting her demons and struggling to find meaning in this affecting play about her own life.
Actress, dancer and stage director Otero has become known for her courageous and confessional projects. She took part in Argentina’s 2015 Biennale of Young Art, in Buenos Aires, in which she won Best Director of Dance for this performance.
Performed in Spanish with English surtitles.
When: 30 Jun - 2 Jul 2016, 8pm - 9.30pm
By: Singapore International Festival of Arts