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Created by Makuyeika Colectivo Teatral
Conceived, produced, and directed by Héctor Flores Komatsu
Written by Héctor Flores Komatsu in collaboration with company
Featuring Josué Maychi, Domingo Mijangos, Lupe de la Cruz, Raymundo Pavón Lozano
Space Design: Conceived by Héctor Flores Komatsu | Painted by Jesus Giles | Lighting Design: Bryan Guerrero
Original lyrics for Aguanieve: Arantxa Peláez Cházaro
Engagement Coordinator: Pablo Hernandez Basulto
Production Assistant: Kaleb Oseguera León
Assistant Director: Nicté Valdés Cházaro
Clay Masks: Josué Maychi and Juliana Cruz
Previously with: Luciano Maxa Temai, Alexis Orozco, Kaleb Oseguera León & Kevin Elí Leyva
Woven from ancestral myths, traditional music, and a three-person narrative, ANDARES reveals the extraordinary spirit of México’s most remote corners and the astonishing pathways of their humblest of inhabitants. The play shines a light on a range of realities - land usurpation, widespread violence, community resistance - which indigenous people continue to face at the crossroads of old and new ways of life. Created by Héctor Flores Komatsu in a year-long search across the original cultures of his homeland, ANDARES is both a deeply-touching and fierce denunciation against a present that seems intent upon destroying what was once held as sacred.
Performed primarily in Spanish with Mayan, Zapotec, Tzotzil, and Wixarika with supertitles in English.
Created by Héctor Flores Komatsu as an inaugural recipient of The Julie Taymor World Theatre Fellowship.
Header image: photo courtesy to the artists
Featured image: photo by Raúl Kigra
Tickets start at $30, plus fees
Public Supporter tickets start at $25