She Only Came to Use the Telephone
The play She only came to use the phone portrays people who want to live so badly that they have burnt out. The play is based on the short story I only came to use the phone from Gabriel Garcia Marquez's collection Strange Pilgrims. In a mental institution, four women will meet an old courtesan, a mother, Maria, and a woman who sells her dreams. Together they create an authentic Marquezian world where the unusual and different is seen as crazy. The fight against the ordinary is expressed through the poetry recited by characters. None of these women are crazy, but they have all been declared lunatics. It could be said that the fictional destinies of the other women in the play are mirrored in the character of Maria. However, one can also observe various female archetypes reflected and simulated in Maria. We are all the same. Mother. Whore. Lover. Prophet. Maria dos Prazeres was selling her body. Maria Dolores was selling her love. You were selling your passion. And I was selling my dreams.
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Author: Rajna Racz
Directed by: Rajna Racz
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