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Cosecha

Inspired by the book “Siguiendo el Corte” by Alfredo Molano. The history of the exodus of thousand of peasants that colonize the forest. They realize that their products cannot be marketed.

Presentations

1993
Bogotá, Colombia, Instituto Distrital de Cultura y Turismo, Teatro Jorge Eliecer Gaitan.
Bogotá, Colombia, Teatro Libre.
Colombia, Nickel Mine Cerromatoso.
1991
Bogotá, Colombia, T.P.B. (8 week season).
Bogotá, Colombia,Latin American Art Festival.
Foundation for the Development of la Macarena.
Neros Association, Teatro Municipal Cucuta.
Cravo Norte Association.
Guaviare Educators.
New York, La MaMa ETC, 4 weeks.

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Press

The Village Voice by Burt Supree, New York.
El Tiempo by Armando Neira, Bogotá, Colombia.

Credits

New York
Conceived, Designed, Choreographed and Directed by Federico Restrepo
Music Composed and Performed by Ivo Araujo, Gildo Pedreiro, Justin Rogers
Sound Track by Eduardo Bonilla, Amauri Guerrero
Performed by Federico Restrepo, Natalia Correa
Marionettes Performed by Chris Maresca, Debra Ruszkowski, Rachel Whitehead
Puppet Designed and Construction by Federico Restrepo
Marionettes Designed and Construction by Federico Restrepo, Carlos Uribe
Lights by Federico Restrepo
Rigging Designed by Federico Restrepo, Luz Jaramillo, Victoria Tobon

Colombia
Conceived, Designed, Choreographed and Directed by Federico Restrepo
Music Composed and Performed by Restrepo Ordonez
Music Performed by Hernan Gomez, Restrepo Ordonez, Mario Restrepo
Performed by Federico Restrepo, Paula Castano, Kaim Noack, Rachel Whitehead
Marionettes Performed by Pina Correa, Ramon De Vivaz, Demetrio Vallejo
Puppet Designed and Construction by Federico Restrepo
Marionettes Designed and Construction by Federico Restrepo, Carlos Uribe
Lights by Federico Restrepo
Rigging Designed by Federico Restrepo, Luz Jaramillo, Victoria Tobon
Marionettes Designed and Construction by Federico Restrepo, Carlos Uribe
Lights by Federico Restrepo
Rigging Designed by Federico Restrepo, Luz Jaramillo, Victoria Tobon