Gustavo Ott is a play about the Kafkaesque trip of a women whose communication attempts are answered by a nightmare of mistrust and confusion. This current and poetic theater shows that arbitrariness is not only an issue of the third world countries. By going through the Venezuelan National Guard excess of power, the prison of Abu Ghraib Iraq, and following with the way immigrants are treated on the border or stopped in their small boats, “Passport” questions the subjects of identity and the idea… Show more
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