A nocturnal tour of any city reveals anonymous individuals in the throes of a spiritual crisis, the result of uncontrollable consumerism and exploitation of the neoliberal model. A lack of answers - far beyond money and material goods - leads these characters to search for the hidden evil that inhabits the city and capture it in a bottle.

Although Espíritu was developed prior to the social uprising in Chile in October 2019, the script identifies the uncomfortable symptoms bothering Chilean society and, although it doesn’t refer to this unease directly, it does deal with it poetically. This fast-paced piece combines several different stories, a nocturnal atmosphere and a style that mixes humor and pain. Live music gives the sensation of a midnight concert and songs, choirs and dances tell the story of the crisis that led to a huge social uprising.


Teatro Anónimo Founded in 2018, this company writes plays that deal with the dehumanization of contemporary subjects. Their productions are both theatrical and musical pieces created specially by their members, using humor and surprising changes of direction to take the audience on an emotional journey that makes them ‘experience’ the play and ...


Trinidad González She’s one of the founders of Teatro en el Blanco, where she worked from 2006 to 2012, acting in Neva and Diciembre by Guillermo Calderón and writing, directing and acting in La reunión. Her role as Olga Knipper in Neva won her the Altazor award in 2007 for Best Theater ...


Written and directed by: Trinidad González | Cast: Matteo Citarella, Tomás González, Trinidad González | Music: Tomás González | Lighting design: Nicole Needham | Staging and costume design: Teatro Anónimo | Producer: Katy Cabezas | A Teatro a Mil Foundation and Hau Hebbel Am Ufer Berlin, coproduction.


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