Compañía Tryo Teatro Banda
Dramaturgia Francisco Sánchez

Country: Chile
Discipline: Theater
Duration: 50 minutes
Recommended for: +8
Language: Spanish

A Chilean woman from the Mapocho valley is invited by King Huayna Cápac to visit the city of Cusco, capital of the Incan Empire, so she can demonstrate the magical powers she’s famous for. Together with her family, they stay in Cápac Ñan on the Inca Trail for six months, discovering the magnificent culture right before their eyes: bridges, aqueducts, gold palaces, riches, order and progress. They also realize though that many villagers are unhappy and unwilling to bow down to strict foreign domination. In this amazing imperial city - and after fulfilling the wishes of the Incas - they’ll survive the abrupt fall of the greatest pre-Columbian civilization.


Tryo Teatro Banda Founded in 2000, Tryo Teatro Banda is an independent traveling theater company dedicated to using topics related to Chile and combining acting, literature and live music. With the premiere of Cautiverio felis (sic) in 2005, they embarked on a journey to bring back the art of the old troubadours and ...


Francisco Sánchez An actor, musician, director, playwright and theater researcher, he’s the founder and director of Tryo Teatro Banda, with whom he has put on more than a dozen plays in Chile and abroad. His focus has been on developing a type of musical theater that brings back the art of the ...


Written and director by: Francisco Sánchez | Actors-musicians: Alfredo Becerra, Daniela Ropert, Eduardo Irrazábal, Diego Chamorro, Javier Bolívar, Ignacia Goycoolea | General producer: Carolina González | Production assistant: Natalia Araya | Sound engineer: Julio Gennari


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