From the Amazon to Shanghai to Argentina to Toronto

 

Forbidden Rituals:  Pizano in the Amazonic Triangle, a photo-report

fotos de las Amazonas

Beatriz Pizano returns from documenting a very special event: for the first time in over a hundred years, the Ticuna of Puerto Nariño have openly held one of their traditional ceremonies.  Click the image to see her photo-essay:

Beatriz regresa después de documentar un evento muy especial: por primera vez en más de cien años, los Ticuna de Puerto Nariño celebraron abiertamente uno de sus rituales ceremoniales.  Haga click aquí para ver el ensayo fotográfico:

 

Latin American Women Playwrights Kick-off the Aluna Café

 Monday September 24

 

From the Waist Down (1999)

by Diana Raznovich  (in English Translation)

“humorously points to the interconnections between sex, capitalism, and militarism.”  (Diane Taylor)

 

Doors open at 7pm, reading begins at 7:30 pm sharp!

 

“My style, which is also my unrestrained opinion, is a dangerous mix of humor and distraction; as if upon finding you, I would invite you to go over my work, upon defining me, I would ask you to ‘undefine’ me and once unknown, I would begin to know you”  

 

Diana Raznovich, Argentine playwright and cartoonist has written a dozen plays characterized by humor, intelligence and unwavering defiance of delimiting social systems.  Raznovich uses her art to critique and transgress social r
estrictions imposed since her coming of age during the time of the Dirty War (1976-83). Raznovich has won prestigious awards the world over, including a Guggenheim in the U.S. 
            

 

 @ ALUNA STUDIO: 1 Wiltshire Ave, Unit 123

 

Theatre Artists: Buy yourself time to create through the Ontario Theatre Creators’ Reserve: apply by October 3rd!

¡Atención artistas teatrales: La fecha límite para la recepción de solicitudes de la Reserva Creativa es el 3 de octubre!

Aluna Theatre is accepting short, simple applicationsclick here for more info and details.

 

Aluna is proud to support the touring production of RED SNOW!

 

 

After a successful production in Association with Aluna in Toronto this January, Red Snow has been chosen to participate in this prestigious festival in Shanghai. Thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts and TAPA the tickes for 13 Artists are now confirmed.

 

However, Diana still needs to raise funds to cover rehearsals, salaries and travel expenses.

 

PLEASE HELP!

Here’s how you can do it.

 

Sunday September 23, 2 – 5 pm

 

 Tea – cookies – samosas – stories: join us for a Fundraiser to send 

                             RED SNOW to SHANGHAI !

 

366 Clinton St, Toronto  –  tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door –                               contact Diana: dianatso@hotmail.com

 

OR: contribute to our indiegogo campaign to fund the tour!

 

UPCOMING EVENTS|EVENTOS DE NUESTROS ARTISTAS

 

October 11 + 12, 8:00 pm —

      ALAMEDA THEATRE presents the 2012

DE COLORES FESTIVAL OF NEW WORKS

 @ THEATRE DIRECT, Wychwood Barns Theatre

601 Christie St.    

 

     Featuring the latest work from: 

   Carmen Aguirre        

   Jose Arias

   Ari Belathar

   Alejandro Valbuena

 

Aluna offers its congratulations to Alameda Theatre in this landmark 5th year of support for local playwrights!

 

 

 

September 22, at 8:00 pm —

   

 Conscious Musician Productions

                  and Designsigns presents

 

Shika: out of the silence the sound is born

 

        @ the George Ignatieff Theatre

 

For more information CLICK HERE  
                              www.paulinaderbez.com  

 

Donations to Aluna Theatre can

be made by clicking through to: 

 

 

 
 

 

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