Canciónes para Cocinar

Part of “¡PROTAGONISTAS! Resistance Feminisms Revolution”


With English surtitles /  Spanish /  approx. 40 mins.

The kitchen is the domestic space symbolically associated with gender roles. Based on music on the radio that accompanies us in the kitchen, LASTESIS lets their own songs meet historical demands and feminist accusations. It's about fighting for abortion rights and against domestic violence, and about breaking the dichotomy between the public and private spheres. A multimedia production combining songs, poems, and essays in which LASTESIS creates a live visual and sound universe on stage.



Playwriting, direction and cast: LASTESIS, (Daffne Valdés Vargas, Paula Cometa Stange, Sibila Sotomayor Van Rysseghem) / Technical manager: Víctor Zúñiga / Production: Manuel Díaz


  • Past
    Wed 21.6.2023, 20:00 / HAU2


Afterwards: Çay ‘n’ Talk with Neslihan Arol
Neslihan Arol is an artist and academic from Istanbul. She has been working on feminist performances for a decade. Together with her, HAU invites you to a casual and playful after-performance talk format. We look forward to discussing “Canciónes para Cocinar” with you over some tea.


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