Twenty plays from countries such as France, Spain, China, India and Haiti make up this family program that will bring public spaces, cultural centers and theaters from 22 municipalities in the metropolitan region, which will arrive for the first time in San Miguel, La Pintana and Till Till. Meeting with artists such as Tim Robbins, Sophie Kale, Amir Reza and Dada Masilo; a workshop led by the Director of the New York Theater Workshop for Young People and the Elderly; Reading Mediation at SENAME Centers and re-realization of Cine Mil will be part of the attractive offer of Lab Escénico.
At a time when cities think and live from flow and circulation, the Santiago Mill International Festival invites you to the meeting, at that moment allowing us to think and build a community looking at each other through this great party of performing arts, designed for all. A space for celebration and reflection, through a program that includes more than 50 features of free national and international productions that will cross the theater, dance, music, parades, circus, visual arts, performance, installation and intervention.
This year, the billboard will consist of twenty shows that will visit us from France, Spain, Germany, Austria, Australia, India, China, South Korea, USA and Haiti and will be presented in 22 municipalities in the metropolitan region, arriving for the first time once in San Miguel, with the opportunity to be in debut scenes such as the Municipal Theater of La Pintana and the Cultural Center Till Till.
Mechanical cry for femininity, street celebration for celebrating the size of women, their empowerment and their enormous importance to society. This is La Bajlorina, a parade of the Spanish company Antigua and Barbuda, which after the arrival of Caballo de Hierro (2015) and Arquitectura de Feria (2014) shows at Santiago Mill, returns to Chile at a huge height of 5 meters, which will follow streets that danced on one foot, creating a big street party animated by DJ, music, light and dance. Built with wooden and noble materials and avoiding plastic and glass, this work also calls for care of our environment and proposes recycling as a creative model.
Taken as an excellent metaphor for odyssey, the German company Titanic's Titanic returns to Chile to take control of the drama of immigrants through a new street theater proposition: Alice on the run. Inspired by Louis Carroll's universe, featuring three mobile cubes, a giant pyramid and a chess board, editing tells of Alice's journey through an unknown world full of strange characters and a scene full of magic and emotion with a powerful and unforeseen political and human message .
Following the idea of traveling and traveling around the city, the national brand will also be present on the street with Teatro Onirus and Los Navegante del Sueno. The story of a group of eccentric sailors looking for a mystical fate, dubbed "Utopia", is the center of this journey, where a series of fantastic characters such as caps, sirens, nerves and jellyfishes appear. The movement will not stop with a call to take care of the environment, especially the bees, the street parade. No less bees from the Cassis company bring to the stage current and indispensable concern through a message that aims to generate environmental awareness in the family audience. Accompanied by two workers' bees, a queen bee and honeycomb large size, a total of 40 artists give life to this musical performance.
Take the city
When the routine captures us, what's better than stripping your shoes and jumping into a giant playground in the middle of the street? It is an invitation to the Australian collective legs on the wall, leading to Santiago: high appeared. Possibility to re-connect with the body and recover memories of childhood through a show that combines waves, acrobatics, dance, physical theater, humor and music. It also attacks the city, but through the occupation of empty corners and spaces invisible to the eye, and the Austrian artist and choreographer Willie Dorner (Every-One 2018) will arrive with bodies in urban spaces, a choreographic intervention where a group of dancers local will be converted live sculptures within these holes and cavities of the city and living room, a show visited by cities such as Paris, Riga and London, where the creator will install human bodies in the interior spaces, forming scenes that will be exhibited at an exhibition in these same up movi.
As they lived in theaters and in public spaces, the Festival will take over MAC (Parque Forestal) Museum of Contemporary Art with the most important advances in visual arts, the Cuídese Mucho exhibition by Sophie Kale. A work of art that was born of a loving pause that lived on the praised edge and the female choir she called, to overcome this pause.
Music for everyone
A musical journey to address two classics at the Chilean Music Theater SXX: La Negre Ester and La Pergola de la Flores, performed by outstanding pianist Valentine Trujillo and La Reggio Orchestra Sextet, will be one of the jewelry and will become official as closing the street in Santiago Mill 2019. From Pergola to the Black, the name of this play, which will revive songs such as "I Come From San Rosendo" and "The Japanese", in an icon year for both titles, celebrating the centenary of Isidora Aguirre and the 30-year premiere of La Negra Ester.
For his part, the La République Squistto Orchestra will visit the eight communes in the metropolitan region, saving jazz huchaca, the lyrics and popular and picassic melodies of the renowned Chilean musician and author, Roberto Parra in La Negra Ester, with folklore, bolero and tango by Kuti Aste and Roberto Tita Lindl, among others.
Another moment for national music will be in charge of the Santiago Municipal Choir, which will visit with his solemn repertoire the recently inaugurated Municipal Theater in La Pintana, delighting the audience with the melodies of Hendell, Mozart, Verdi, Strauss, Offenbach, Mascagni, Lehar, Cezar Frank and Andrew Lloyd Webber.
The sounds in the east will also be present and will come from China with My Unforgettable Hangzhou. Here, a group of 30 musicians will showcase the tradition and customs of this city, including music, dancing, acrobatics and magic. From India, meanwhile, the restless band of Franco-Indian dancing Chantala Shivalingpa, who will perform in Hall Sveihbahu, will invite you to enjoy the Sangita, a sample of Carnatic Classical music, typical of South India.
Returning to the continent, Queen of the Haitian Song and defined by The New York Times as: "The ambassador of the music that craves for her fatherland, Emelin Michel, comes to our country to visit her 30-year career exploring pop, jazz, blues and traditional Haitian music, with texts filled with political and social content ".
And thinking of the little ones, he will arrive in Santiago in Mill 2019, the French-Uruguayan duo Les Rois Vagabondes with a concert for virgin clowns (Concert for Two Clowns). A kind of crazy wooing in which Bach, Vivaldi and Strauss play Bach on impossible positions and he tries to force her to fall, spin, fly.
Classical and universal themes
Shakespeare will be presented by Romeo and Julia (로미오 와 줄리엣) in charge of the South Korean company MOKWHA Repertory, which uses the conflict between Montague and Capuleti to discuss the situation and conflicts in their country. While Cervantes will capture the main actor and national director Hector Noguera with Quijano Quijote, where the artist brings the world today to this excellent character of universal literature, with skill and humor.
The critical and public success of his radical original proposal and his historic contribution, The Husk of the Death of La Patogallina, will return to the scene to talk about the mythical Chilean guerrilla Manuel Rodriguez. While Alvaro Wigera will replace La Disobedience on Mars, the unpublished work of prominent Mexican writer Juan Villoro, for two key men of universal astronomy.
And while we are looking for an explanation for the universe, we are moving through it, following the dream for a better life, through the newest-renowned American filmmaker Tim Robbins. The artist will be presented free of charge The New Colossus in San Joaquin, to talk about immigration and the American dream.
As every year, we will have two basic meetings in Santiago Mill. Committed to the formation and exchange between artists and the public, LAB Escénico will be present with its fifth edition through a program of activities inviting creators, students and fans of performing arts to participate in a variety of experiences, causing thoughts about stage work. This year, the program will consist of three areas of work: summer school, public forum and small audience.
The Summer School will have lectures and lectures, where participants will meet with international creators such as Sophie Kale, Dorothy Munianese, Dada Masilo, Mariano Llinsh and national references such as Manuela Infante, Gabriel Calderon and Paolo Bartolomeoli. In addition, the Director of Education at the New York Theater Workshop, Alexander Santiago-Girau, will lead an intensive workshop for intergenerational theater, called Die Hard, designed for young people (14 to 19 years old) and adults (older than 60) without a theater experience, which will collectively create a work inspired by their personal stories. Art workshops will be another example of this space, in which artists and students can participate in various scenic arts disciplines, led by Amir Reza, Omar Abussad, She She Pop, Verena Regensburger and David Gaithan, among others.
The public forum, in turn, will be led by a seminar on culture, community and territory, which will have an exclusive participation of Tim Robbins, who will work with migrant and prisoner communities. Also, the second version of the stage survey of the meetings will be held and for the first time a program for mediation for reading Dialogues in Motion will be held, which in partnership with the National Reading Plan will be held in the centers and groups of adolescents and adults. older, with a focus on dramaturgy.
LAB Escénico will celebrate the celebrations in this edition of the Festival: Elisabeth Rodriguez, Nuri Gutes and Polina Melado, through a meeting with dance and theater artists around the work of these choreographers and opening up the creative processes they are currently doing.
Finally, Pequeñas Audiencias, which aims to bring didactic and experiential approaches to the performing arts of children from the metropolitan region, will have various activities such as ¡Vamos al teatro !; selection of works that combine different scenic languages to extend the eyes of children; Outside the scenarios, which allows meeting with companies, and Experimentando las artes, which includes the realization of masks, theater makeup, improvisation and illustration workshops, so that they can experience an artistic process from within.
As part of the Public Forum, Cine Mil will be held for the fourth time. Thanks to the collaboration of the National Cinematography in Chile, the premiere in Chile on the flower of the Argentine Mariano Llinsh is going to be exhibited, a marathon piece of 14 hours, which as protagonists takes the Buenos Aires Theater Theater, Piel de Lava, it was the winner of the recent version of the International Independent Film Festival in Buenos Aires BAFICI, the most important independent film festival in Latin America.
And since everything is not formal, we will again have LAB Afternoon, a relaxed meeting place to talk about the roof theater in the city.
Discounts during Black Friday
Again, this commercial milestone will be extended to Santiago Mill, so that no one will remain outside his inaccessible billboard. During the Black Friday, more than 1500 tickets will be at a discount of 50%, reflect on shows that include various programs for music, dance and, of course, the theater.
It is a song of the country Teatro Kinema and the Chilean National Symphony Orchestra; Romeo and Juliet (로미오 와 줄리엣) from MOKWHA Repertory (South Korea); Swan Lake of Dada Massillo (South Africa); Cajones and Oratory of She She Pop (Germany); Pretty lips, revenge or forgiveness of Teatro Petra (Colombia); While I was waiting for the famous Omar Abusada (Syria); Much noise for anything from Cela Ferrari (Peru) and from Pergola to Black from Reggie's Orchestra and Valentine Trujillo (Chile).
The benefits will be available between Friday 23 and Sunday November 25, and tickets can be purchased personally at the Mill Box Office in Santiago at the GAM Center, also via the Internet at www.santiagoamil.cl and www.ticketplus.cl (until you ran out ) actions).
Programming free shows
No bee less – January 10
Orchestra of La Regina sextet – January 17
The sailors of the dream – January 11
Concert pour deux clowns – January 19
Concert pour deux clowns – January 18
From Quijano to Quijote – January 17
Sailors of the dream – January 20
Sangita – January 6
La Regia Orquesta – January 9
Sangita – 10 Jan
Danceer – January 15
Concert pour deux clowns – January 17
My memorable Hangzhou – January 19
Municipal theater choir – 5th of January
La Regia Orquesta – January 19
Romeo and Juliet – January 20
Alice on the run – January 12 and 13
The dancer – January 19
Sangita – January 7
Mars Disobedience – January 4
La Regia Orquesta – 6 Jan
My memorable Hangzhou – January 16
No bee less – January 18
Pedro Agirre Cerda
Sailors of the dream – January 5
La Regia Orquesta – 11 Jan
My memorable Hangzhou – January 15th
No bees less – January 17
The dancer – January 16
My memorable Hangzhou – January 18
Alice on the run – January 8 and 9
Romeo and Juliet – January 10
The dancer – January 14
La Regia Orquesta – January 16
My memorable Hangzhou – January 13
Romeo and Juliet – January 14
La Regia Orquesta – January 18
The dancer – January 20
The sailors of the dream – January 13
Romeo and Juliet – January 17
Emelin Michel – January 19
No bee less – January 6
Dancer – January 18
Husar of death – January 20
Sangita – 8 Jan
The new Colossus – January 12 and 13
Living room – January 14-20
The sailors of the dream – January 16
Take care of yourself – Sophie Kale – January 3 to January 31
Dancer – January 3
Bodies in urban areas – 8, 9, 11 and 12 January
Highly failed – from 6 to 9 January
From Pergola to Black – January 20
La Regia Orquesta – 13 Jan
Danceer – January 23
Concert pour deux clowns – January 16th
Husar of death – January 18
* Dates and places that are subject to modification