The Goya Territory Association, in collaboration with the municipalities of Codo, Fuendetodos, Almonacid de la Cuba, Plenas and Belchite, located in the Campo de Belchite region, has launched the second edition of ESCENA2021, a program that aims to promote knowledge of the performing arts in its different forms of expression while promoting rural development.
The program consists of five theater and dance performances and it opened on October 9, with the company Teatro de Medianoche and the play ‘Who am I?’, in the town of Codo, the organizers have indicated in a press release.
To continue this Saturday, October 23, with the Imaginary Theater show entitled ‘The legend of the holy drinker’, which will be represented in Fuendetodos, the performance of Tía Elena’s Puppets, which will offer ‘Ways of losing the head’, in the Winter Pavilion of Almonacid de la Cuba, while the CiviCiviac company will take his work ‘Professor Coperini’ to the Retiree Home in Plenas. The three performances will be at 7:00 p.m.
The program will conclude on Saturday, October 30, in Belchite, with the Violeta Borruel Company and its contemporary dance show ‘Golondrinas’, based on the history of the women of the Hecho and Ansó valley. that in the 19th and 20th centuries emigrated every winter to the south of France to work, as a tribute to these enterprising women and pillars of the family in the arduous rural environment of the high mountains.
All performances are free and have limited capacity. This program is possible thanks to the support of the Department of Vertebration of the Territory, Mobility and Housing of the Government of Aragon and of the municipalities involved and is one of the activities promoted by the Goya Territory Association.
The latter is an entity constituted with the objective of advance the cultural and socioeconomic development of the Campo de Belchite region and the whole of Aragon, through collaborative actions in the field of art, science, technology and society, as well as advancing projects related to Francisco de Goya as a “referential and inspiring figure”.