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Sotuta, Tecoh, Tekax, and Valladolid, with a variety of events for the Cultural Autumn

by Yucatan Times
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Merida, Yucatan, October 13, 2023 – Three friends complement each other, and one night they come together in songs and movements to stage the play “A Cat, a Mouse, and an Adventure.” Mateo, as part of the lineup for the first weekend of the 2023 Cultural Autumn organized by the Secretary of Culture and the Arts (Sedeculta).

On Sunday, October 15, at noon, the children of Sotuta and visitors will get to know more about the proposal, presented by the Máscaras Teatro Company, directed by Manuel Erosa. The performance will take place in the municipal palace’s courtyard, where the protagonist will portray a child who lives surrounded by material possessions, but the separation of his parents and the pandemic have prevented him from experiencing freedom and social interaction.

In Tecoh, the “Kermith Garrido” Cultural Center is ready to host the series of plays to recognize, address, and prevent violence, with the stage production “With All the Senses. The Lights Went Out,” directed by Carlos Medina and performed by La Camarita Teatro Company.

The event starts at 6:30 PM and serves to raise awareness about the forms of psychological violence that may exist in everyday life and are often not recognized as such. The guest psychologist for this event will be Alma Elena Fernández Domínguez, and the performance will be carried out by Lupita Sagredo from the mentioned theater group.

On the day before, Saturday, October 14, at 6:00 PM, hip-hop, breaking, and urban dance will kick off at the dome on Ricardo Palmerín Avenue in Tekax. Karma Crew, composed of young individuals Karla Cruz, Armen Borjas, Felipe López, and Israel Cervera, will recreate the story of a young person who overcomes life’s challenges through dance, using various choreographies and stage passages.

The aim is to promote this dance style, providing recreational options for vulnerable communities and sharing the history of hip-hop. At the same location, at 6:45 PM, the group I & I will share their reggae wayé musical style with the audience in a concert titled “Ceremonial.” Like the previous project, this is also part of the Yucatan Eclipse 2023.

Changing the scene, in Xocén, Valladolid, the play “La Conjura,” inspired by Ermilo Abreu Gómez’s book “La Conjura de Xinum,” will be presented by the Laboratorio de Teatro Campesino e Indígena from that location, with the dramaturgy and direction by Delia Rendón Novelo.

This event will take place at 7:00 PM, as part of the Cycle in Maya Language “Ti’ yaano’on te’ lu’uma uti’al ilik le eek’o’obo’” (We are on Earth to Look at the Stars). It will reveal how time, the father of history, memory, persistence, and truth, orders its daughters to set the course of the Mayan evolution, recounting and reviewing the facts and testimonies of the origins, causes, culprits, and consequences of the Caste War.

Simultaneously, but in the “José María Iturralde Traconis” theater, also in the Sultana del Oriente, María Teresa and Cacho Medina will perform the recital “Autumn Songs, Hits to Remember.” The audience can enjoy an evening listening to two of Yucatan’s great voices.

All events of the 2023 Cultural Autumn are free and can be found on the state cultural department’s website culture.yucatan.gob.mx and its social media pages on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.”

TYT Newsroom

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