Ignacio Amestoy, Javier Huerta Calvo, Ainhoa Amestoy and Eloy Azorín
Summary of the session and dramatised reading
9/29/2011 - 10/4/2011
What kind of theatre should one write?, Ignacio Amestoy asks in his lecture “When death is not a tragedy”, in which, inspired by Bauman, he reflects on “liquid” scenes –of pure entertainment– and “solid” scenes –which he favours– and which form the framework for the kind of theatre that, like a “disturbing” mirror, dares to question everything and makes the viewer a co-creator. In his discussion with Javier Huerta Calvo, he reflects on tragedy, the feminine universe, the Basque Country, the influence of his teachers: Antonio Buero Vallejo, and his work, which is performed in a short piece by the actors Ainhoa Amestoy and Eloy Azorín.