Keep your children away from alcohol - a stage karaoke
A piece of José Ramón Hernández y Osikán - creation nursery from original text by Rogelio Orizondo
José Jacinto Milanés Creation Scholarship 2012
Air Frio Recognition of the Hermanos Saiz Association for the quality of the staging 2014
Villanueva Recognition of the Critics Association of the National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba 2014
Keep your children away from alcohol use the aesthetics of karaoke (exhibition, ridicule, spectacularity, affectation, competition, revelation, fear). Explore the dynamics of Havana's nightlife, clubs, bars, cabaret, discos, tolerance zones, from an emphasis on urban subculture and alternative, underground life. From a triangular structure The creative team reorganizes the literary material authored by Rogelio Orizondo to discuss our sentimental, patriotic and theatrical upbringing, individual frustrations and the frustrations of the nation, generational confrontations and the arrival of children's time.
To keep your children away from alcohol is to get away from apathy, from death, from national shit, from the pain of being a broken homeland, from social and political immobility, from hopelessness, from silence, from simulation, from opportunism, from the command orders that yell at you "Going down." In Aleja a tu Niños del Alcohol, young people speak, form a "stage noise", rise up, grow, believe and build, from their famished voices, a theatrically and spiritually liberated body.
Concept and direction: José Ramón Hernández
Original text: Rogelio Orizondo
Costume design: Celia Ledón
Assistant director: Yoelkis Maceo Bonó
Production assistants: Maira Almarales
Autumn Theater, Santiago de Cuba (December 2014)
Scenic transfers, Havana (April 2014)
Second public return of process in Zona Ibsen, Matanzas (March 2014)
First public return of process in Autumn Theater (December 2013)