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“It seems that being inclusive is a mandate”

Who else is the Argentine actress Moria Casan, who plays Julius Caesar at the Mérida International Classical Theater Festival a movement icon LGTBI+ assures her country that she feels “an outsider of the system”, but not now, “that It seems that being inclusive is the mandate,

Casson, who defines herself as “outrageous”, explained that she has always “supported the group – LGBTI – because it was a sentiment”.

The versatile and mediocre Ana Maria Casanova, known as Moira Casón and La One (Buenos Aires, 1946). Will unveil this Friday, July 1 At the 68th edition of the Merida International Classical Theater Festival in Spain.

will work with Julius Caesar, William ShakespeareIn a free version of Jose María Muscari in which men and women exchange their roles and who has crossed the pond after the success achieved in his home country.

Moria Casan, this Thursday, June 30, in Mérida, for the International Festival of Classical Theatre.  Photo EF / Giro Morales

Moria Casan, this Thursday, June 30, in Mérida, for the International Festival of Classical Theatre. Photo EF / Giro Morales

right job, right time

According to him, “There’s no better time than now in LGTBI+ Rights Defender Week to represent this cause”, he says in the context of Gaurav Utsav.

The “diva”, as Muscari defines her, recalls that rehearsals began on the 22nd of the 22nd and “we got a week’s notice to be here because of that coincidence. we feel chosen,

He highlighted the sense of “wholeness and relaxation” he felt when the company first stepped into Mérida’s Roman Theater, and clarified when it comes to coming to a “symbolic stage with so much history”. Doesn’t feel responsibility “more than what you already have in a job”Or panic before the premiere of the representation in Spain, but “protection by a breath-taking aura”.

The actress guesses what they’re going to do “A transvestite Julius Caesar and Gay,A role in which she says she is comfortable, as she has been “a constant drag queen” throughout her life and career.

Moria Kasson announced at Merida that he would be playing "transvestite and drag queen" Julius Caesar.  Photo EF / Giro Morales

Moria Kasson announced at Merida that he would be playing “transvestite and drag queen” Julius Caesar. Photo EF / Giro Morales

Similarities with Emperor

Caeson states that he does not feel the need to explain the famous Roman statesman and general, as he lives there, noting a certain similarity with him”.For the power that gives the power of interpretation and attraction,

In contrast, Moria Cassano don’t want to be weak or corruptAs was the case with Julius Caesar, he therefore does not feel that closeness to “Julius Caesar for life and dictatorship”, because he does not consider himself that way, although he is “in the presence of authority, but in a good way”.

The actress declared that it “A very audiovisual and very current show”, as it works with screen and mobileSomething that “serves to reinforce the youthful public’s rise in theatre, something that can already be seen”, and warns that the show will “shock” because it is a “disruptive work”.

Morea Casan, in "Julio Caesar".  Women play masculine roles, and men play feminine roles.  Julius Caesar premiered with a room full of celebrities.

Morea Casan, in “Julio Caesar”. Women play masculine roles, and men play feminine roles. Julius Caesar premiered with a room full of celebrities.

Despite her career in radio, television, cinema, and theatre, being a businesswoman, among other aspects, she appreciates that being on stage “allows her to play roles at each event and feel connected with the public“, although he “prefers not to look at the faces of the audience, as he can deflect the actors with involuntary gestures, and it is more pleasant that way”.

Jose María Muscari, who also directed the work, praised his commitment.”Forgotten people want to put them back on the radarplaying with them on stage”, and above all, “the company’s union and group secrets”.

Source EFE/David Cerato Charro

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