Domingo, 06 de Marzo de 2016

De Brian Kettler, Eva Suter

"The enclosed mall ... is as dead as your average big-city newspaper. Which is to say: not dead yet, exactly, but no one's betting on its future. Except for a few real estate developers, no one seems all that sad to see the Galleria in such a beleaguered state. The old-fashioned enclosed mall exists most powerfully now as a symbol of tasteless consumerism, ugly architecture, and bland corporate hegemony, revealing our recent past as unsophisticated suburban rubes. Yes, we were once dazzled by indoor fountains and Sunglass Huts."-Greg Beato.

DEAD MALL presenta un mundo acechado de tiendas parcialmente olvidadas y gente totalmente olvidada. Historias de fantasmas y sombras llenan el espacia donde Macy's u Orange Julius solían estar. Para dos chicas adolescents, una típica tarde de Sabado en el centro commercial da un oscuro giro y las convierte en parte de un ritual sangriento. La muzak está sonando. pero quién está escuchando?

Clasificaciones: Teatro




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