The Loraldia ‘Strip-tease’ Festival is a show comprising four short plays in Basque, being performed for the first time, and created respectively by Jokin Oregi, Mireia Gabilondo, Garbi Losada and Fernando Bernués. This in-house production aims to experiment with the process of performance creation we see in the Arriaga.
These four prestigious directors, all of whom have an extensive career, have all been asked to create a play based around the central theme of the striptease. By pulling on this provocative thread, we will bear witness to four ways of tackling the act of undressing.
These are the four plays, each lasting around 10-20 minutes, which make up ‘Strip-tease’:
Orduan, ez naiz biluztuko? (So, I don’t have to undress?)
Lady Godiva, ikusten ez dena, ez da (Lady Godiva, what you don’t see isn’t so)
Zutaz blai (Steeped in you)
Día 24. 20:00 h.
Día 25. 20:00 h.
Friends of the Arriaga: 25% to 35%
Groups, large families, under 30’s and over 65’s, people with a disability in excess of 33% and the unemployed: 25%.