The new drama Apagada Analógica 2.0 (Analogue Blackout 2.0) analyses modern society, taking as its starting point the change from analogue past to digital future. A past that leaves thousands of bodies buried in unmarked graves, in places between places.
Humanity seems to want to forget. And it almost always succeeds. Human beings are capable of developing mechanisms of stupidity with great ease. It's easier to look away, to search for excuses not to act. The piece considers our role in this search and the direction of our gaze. In short, where we are headed as a society.
The relationship between historical memory and theatre will be explored in this performance, which will take place at the Antic Teatre from May 31st (9pm), June 1st (9pm) and June 2nd (8pm). Tickets are priced at €5 and the performance lasts 70 minutes.