Coses a fer perquè m’escoltin; despullar-me, morir (Things to do to be heard; to undress, to die) is a response to and a warning against disaster, a compilation of conversations, a cry for help, an image set in motion with an obvious engine: four women have planted a bomb. A show that manifests as a self-parody featuring metaphor, a vector for the melding of fiction and artificiality, a polyphonic piece for four voices, an escape from transcendency and poetry, a flagship for avantgarde aesthetics, close to punk. It’s been 24 hours since they locked themselves in the theatre and it’s in the last moments, an hour before the blast, that they open the doors, providing the opportunity for a press conference in order to explain what it is they’re after.
Niñas de Papá is a collective that started out in 2019 with the aim of creating performance-based work. As a collective we like to think we go beyond dramatic creation: we are researchers in new, contemporary performance, activists, a musical group, a group of friends; but above all, we’re four actors who have found somewhere that acts as loudspeaker and as a place for active transformation. The members of the collective are Raquel Díez, Berta Cardona, Júlia Roch and Carla Font.