The headline says it all: Chicory is now available on Nintendo Switch. Enjoy!
Once again I’ve collaborated with its editor, my good friend Fidel Lorite, and together we’ve rewritten the synopsis for each movie to turn them into touching LGBT+ stories and fun acts of activism.
AS an example, here is the synopsis for A Clockwork Orange and its illustration by the talented Nazareth Dos Santos.
“Alex DeLarge had a troubled past. Her identity crises caused her to end up subject to lengthy conversion therapies for LGBT+ people. The process was tough, but she survived it. Now, at last, she has found herself, but not thanks to those therapies. In fact, she has decided that her mission is to eliminate them forever from the face of the earth and that no one will fall victim to them again, ever. To achieve this, true to her pacifist ideals, she will use exclusively non-violent means.”
As a big fan of the British duo Pet Shop Boys, I was disappointed by the lack of official Spanish subtitles to their 1987 film It Couldn’t Happen Here.
For further information and the download link, click here.
Both performances of Macbeth turns in his grave (Si Macbeth levantara la cabeza) in Cologne sold out. Here is a picture of the team. From left to right: Álex, Emma, Olenka, Marc and Carlos, members of Bruma Teatro.
Additional performances are being planned for Frankfurt and, potentially, other cities. Further information will be posted here when available.
On Saturday, 11th October 2020, the Spanish theatre festival Bambalinas will present in Cologne a new production of my play Si Macbeth levantara la cabeza (“Macbeth turns in his grave”), which celebrates this year the 10th anniversary of its Madrid première.
There will be two performances at 16:00 and 18:00. Tickets can be booked here.