November 24, 2014
Out & about
Ciudad Cultural Konex (Sarmiento 3131, www.ciudadculturalkonex.org). Tonight, 9pm. Tickets: $120 at the venue or www.ticketek.com.ar
For the most part, Tonolec’s fusion of electro beats and ancestral lyrics in the indigenous Qom language, and now in Guaraní, has bidden well with audiences, young and old. Tonight’s show will feature the official presentation of their latest work Cantos de la tierra sin mal, a performance that is set to include three youth choirs and a “mega stage production” of all things indigenous, the duo explains.
Teatro Vorterix (Av. Federico Lacroze 3455, www.elteatroonline.com.ar). Tonight, 9pm . Tickets: $120 at www.fullticket.com
After the success of her latest work Wed 21, actress-singer Juana Molina plays tonight at Vorterix. In this show, Molina will play with Odín Schwartz and Diego López de Arcaute.
Estadio Luna Park (Bouchard and Avenida Corrientes, www.lunapark.com.ar). 9pm. Tickets: from $140 at the venue or www.ticketportal.com.ar
Local rock band Catupecu Machu celebrates 20 years in music with a special show tonight at the emblematic Luna Park Stadium. The band brings back their experimental and powerful music. The repertoire will include their greatest hits.
Multiteatro (Av. Corrientes 1283, www.multiteatro.com.ar). Thursdays, 8.30pm; Fridays, 10.30pm; Saturdays, 8pm and 10.30pm; and Sundays, 8.30pm. Tickets: $250 at the venue or www.plateanet.com
Le Prénom, a comedy about friendship, love, hypocrisy and human bonds, develops in one evening at a couple’s home. They are entertaining friends that night and the small talk goes places and circumstances they never expected to tread on. Starting with a banal-all-important event (the fact that a would-be-father has decided to name the baby “Adolf”). As the name automatically brings reminiscences of Nazi criminal Adolf Hitler, everyone begins to argue the propriety of the unborn’s name.
El extranjero, (Valentín Gómez 3378, 4862-7400, www.elextranjeroteatro.com) Thursdays and Fridays, 9pm; Saturdays, 4.30pm. Tickets: from $70 at the venue.
Written and directed by Rafael Spregelburd. This is a ridiculous apocalyptic fantasy with a party-ending background. The story of a Neapolitan professor — a vain linguist — who suffers from an unusual accident and loses — along with the public — his memory of what happened. Everything must be reconstructed against the unrefined laws of chance; cause and effect must be united. With an ironic humour, Rafael Spregelburd (along with Zypce in the musical direction) manages to entertain and make the audience think, throughout a piece as delirious as reflexive.