She is an unconventional director, where her premise is body expressiveness over the word, although when she uses it metaphors and ironies prevail.
This is Andreína Polidor, who with her people from the Teatro de La Penumbra are about to premiere the profound piece Ana y la muerte.
Her inclination for philosophy and challenges when it comes to writing and reading, led her to select as the first book for this section The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera, “since it is fantastic, great, beautiful. It is a philosophical journey of being. It is the first book that has made me cry so much. I recommend it blindly ”.
She jumped into poetry with A Season in Hell by Arthur Rimbaud, "because I love super dark poetry and it seems to me that he is one of the best damned poets."
“Obviously Hopscotch by Julio Cortázar. It is a beautiful book, apart from the fact that its writing is fantastic, as is its structure. It is a beautiful trip in any of the forms of reading that you give it ”, she pointed out.
"For a fourth book, I love Cortázar's stories, of which I highlight The Persecutor, where he talks a lot of time, which is a subject that particularly grabs me."
"And one from Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway who talks about life, existence, women and I highly recommend it," she concluded.