Marina Otero


Part of “¡PROTAGONISTAS! Resistance Feminisms Revolution”


With English surtitles /  Spanish /  approx. 70 mins.

“I always saw myself as the center of attention, as a heroine who takes revenge on everyone and everything. But my body wasn't strong enough. Today I give my place to the performers and watch them give their bodies to my narcissistic cause.” Indeed, in “FUCK ME,” dancer Marina Otero sits at the edge of the stage and has five naked men dance for her. In contrast to the indestructible musclemen, Otero relentlessly recounts the marks life has left on her body. As ambiguous as its title, “FUCK ME” is both a radically open-hearted life piece and a radical critique of meritocracy.


Dramaturgy and Direction: Marina Otero / With: Augusto Chiappe, Juanfra Lopez Bubica, Fred Raposo , Miguel Valdivieso, Cristian Vega, Marina Otero / Assistant Director: Lucrecia Pierpaoli / Choreographic assistant: Lucía Giannoni / Dramaturgy Advice: Martín Flores Cárdenas / Space & Lighting Design: Adrián Grimozzi / Sound Design and Original Music: Julián Rodríguez Rona / Visual Artist: Lucio Bazzalo / Audiovisual technical montage: Florencia Labat / Costume Design: Uriel Cistaro / Costume: Adriana Baldani / Costume Styling: Chu Riperto / Technical Direction: David Seldes, Facundo David / Executive Production: Mariano de Mendonça, Marina D’Lucca / Translation: Crystaldub (englische Übersetzung) / Producer: Mariano de Mendonça


  • Past
    German premiere
    Wed 21.6.2023, 21:00 / HAU1
    Thu 22.6.2023, 21:00 / HAU1

Afterwards at CAN on 21.6.: Dance with us! 


Production: Marina Otero. Co-production: International Festival of Buenos Aires (FIBA) 2020 (“FUCK ME”) and 2022 (“LOVE ME”).


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