Friday March 23 4:30 pm
Studio 2 - Dillingham
The government is watching you. Your daily life seems ordinary, but people are disappearing around you without any explanation.
The phone rings and you pick up—no one is on the line.
It was the late 1970s during Argentina’s military dictatorship, known to some as the “Dirty War.” It was a time of state terrorism, censorship and Los Desaparecidos—the disappeared.
Watch as Amalia and Pedro attempt to lead their lives during this repressive and unstable time.
DIRECTED BY CRISTOPHER RAMIREZ
March 23rd, 4:30pm in Dillingham’s Studio 2
Free and open to the public
One-act play will be followed by a panel discussion with Argentine Torture Survivor and Activist Patricia Isasa, History Professor Jonathan Ablard and Literature Professor Annette Levine.
Teléfono was written by Roberto Perinelli, Cristina Merelli, Zulma Hopen as a collaboration for Teatro x la identidad
Sponsored by IC Teatro, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, FLEFF Dept. of Theatre Arts, H&S Educational Grant Initiative, Latin American Studies Program, and Vecinos
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Annette Levine at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 274-3252. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.