The role of the audience in self-revelatory performance
A conversation with Diego Lopez Francia, PhD candidate, Humanities Progam, Concordia. ALLab- COHDS' affiliate
This event is free
WHEEL CHAIR ACCESSIBLE
Due to unforeseen circumstances Diego Lopez events on 16 and 20 March will be postponed. We are looking for a new date in April.
A conversation with Diego Lopez Francia, PhD candidate, Humanities Progam, Concordia. ALLab- COHDS' affiliate.
Please attend Diego’s performance of Find the River (March 16 and 17 at the ALLab) to better participate in this conversation.
Diego López is a philosopher with a Master’s degree from the Catholic University of Peru (PUCP). He is also a scriptwriter, playwright, actor and theatre director. As an actor, he performed in Peruvian plays like Los cachorros (M. Vargas Llosa), Padre Nuestro (M. de Althaus), ¿Quieres estar conmigo? (A. Cabada and R. Ángeles) and Dos para el camino (C. De María). He has directed more than fifteen plays, including Golosina, Sabotaje (Otras A-puestas Festival Award 2006), Karaoke, La Cantante Calva, Madrugada, Números Reales (PROART PUCP Award 2015), Night Club Bilderberg, La rebelión de los conceptos, and Pana Call Center. In 2017, he was selected for the VII International Seminar of Dramaturgy Panorama Sur in Buenos Aires. With Peruvian film director Fernando Villarán, he co-wrote Viejas Amigas’s screenplay, which won the Feature Film Project Competition of the Ministry of Culture 2019 (filmed in September 2022). He has taught Philosophy, Ethics and Academic Research courses and is currently studying in the Humanities PhD program at Concordia University.