Direction Andrés del Bosque
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Discipline Theater
Duration 75 minutes
Recommended for +13
Language Spanish.

¡Parlamento! it is a call to parley, born from the need to tell the historical episode of Quilín Parliament, where in 1641 thousands of Mapuche and Spaniards gathered to discuss and reach a peace deal in the war of Arauco. With guns of juggling (music, pantomimes, objects, etc.) and in the context of a country that increasingly makes less conversation, a single actor on stage offers us to remember the importance of conversation as the only way to live and share the world.


Andrés del Bosque Andrés del Bosque is a director, playwright, actor and theater educator. He was a disciple of the master Enrique Buenaventura in the Teatro Experimental de Cali in Colombia. He specializes in research on the contributions of the theatrical clown, in which he had based his doctoral thesis at the University of Murcia, Spain. For seven years he taught at the Royal College of Dramatic Art (ESSN) in Madrid. His contributions to the art of circus theater and their variants have left a deep imprint on popular theater of Chile.


Francisco Sánchez Francisco Sánchez is an actor, musician, director, playwright and theater researcher, founder of Tryo Theatre Band in 2000. After studying theater and music he has been dedicated to developing a musical theater based on the rescue of art from the ancient minstrels, in the treatment episodes in the history of Chile and the research of artistic and historical heritage of indigenous peoples.


Playwright Francisco Sánchez | Actor and Musician Francisco Sánchez | Director Andrés del Bosque |Assitant Director José Araya | Integral Design Gabriela González | Lighting Tomás Urra | Sound Mauricio Molina || Graphics Liza Retamal | Production Carolina González

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Touring team 7 people
Rooming list 3 singles, 2 doubles
Author Royalties 10% of the box office

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