In a great night for theatre, this Monday at Paseo La Plaza. press premiere of “Don’t go with or without love”work of Norman Brisick who is leading this time Romina Richik and in which they act Leonora Balkars You Lucilla Mangon,
A previous cocktail was held in the Alfonsina Storny room and, later, the ceremony was held in the Cortazar Room of that theater complex, with the presence of many famous guests. Alejandra Radano, Analia Francine, Barbara Lombardo, Juliette Cardinelli, Gaston Portal, Juliette Zylberg, Max Urtizberia, Milita Bora, Rosario You Juliet Ortega were some of the invitees.
The work’s plot focuses on the relationship of power and subjugation, and also questions the “false welfare state” and exposes the deepest human suffering. “Don’t leave with or without love” is the practice of master and slave where it is understood that salvation will be the defeat of each other. A novelty in this work is that when the slave takes power, that is, becomes free, then he wants to be the master. Then the circularity develops which suggests that, apparently, there will be no solution to the class struggle,” Briskie explained.
The purpose of this work is to print the daily universe of affection and economic dependence between the employer and his domestic worker. It also reveals the nature of isolation, loneliness and affection in a society governed by money. The story focuses on the bond between Lady and Lady, a relationship in which power is not transmitted unilaterally, but is constantly disputed by both characters, leading to a fluctuating dependence.
In a recent interview teleshow, Romina and Leonora talk about their great friendship and also about the new project that unites them at work. “It’s fantastic. It didn’t occur to me that much to have a director who specifically directs an actor, which is the most beautiful thing that can happen to you. And well, Romina, being an actress , there is also a touch of directing the performance very well”, Balkars praised his colleague.
Also, both had mentioned their debut in acting. “I Started At 17: The First Job I Did” Roller Coaster, Another Ride, But he had already worked in a bakery, starting at 15; Then at a bar at night, then at a saleswoman. It was great for me because I made a lot of friends my age, we were all the same age. It was like going to school from seven in the morning till six in the evening for six months roller coaster…, and that was great for me”, Leonora revealed. Meanwhile, Richie was quoted as saying: “I started very young at 12, and I did it for fun. When I was very young I did 40 commercials and suddenly I dropped out of school and went to work. They went looking for me on the graduation trip, I went first… I didn’t know I was okay, do you understand me? Already in high school I decided to change schools, pay for my school. So I had a lot of responsibility.”