Albert Salmón is a Jewish-German psychologist exiled in Mexico in 1939, fearing the Nazi regime, who, due to a tragic mistake, leaves his daughter in Germany. After years of guilt, his brother Hans sends him some strange photos of naked women that make him return to his country where an actress known as the “Quita-Culpas” (the guilt-remover) will guide him to find out the truth about his family. A play with a lot of black humor and pain.
Assistant director: Jennifer Soler.
Set designer: Auda Caraza and Atenea Chávez.
Assistant set designer: María Pérez Castellá.
Lighting designer: Sergio López Vigueras.
Costume designer and prop master: Carolina Jiménez.
Assistant costume designer: Brenda Zepeda.
Soundtrack designer: Federico Schmucler.
Resident producer of Teatro UNAM: Joaquín Herrera.
Hécuba Bradislova / Ágora / the Clora triplets, Moira and Várica: Pilar Boliver.
Dr. Alberto Salmón / Albert Salmon: Boris Schoemann.
Petula Bradislova / Frieda: Mahalat Sánchez.
Hans Salmon: Ricardo White.
Agobio: Gerardo del Razo.
Ramira / Tina / Égida: Ana Beatríz Martínez.
Carpenter: Mario Álvarez, Antonio López, Héctor Arrieta, Erik Velasco, Benito Juárez, Jonathan Mejía and Rogelio Rambo.
Costume maker: Talleres de Santa Elisa.
Photography: La Marmota Azul.
Models: Karen Alicia, Nicky Calderón and Yanina Chong.
Fish maker: Felipe Lara.
Teatro Juan Ruíz de Alarcón. Centro Cultural Universitario UNAM.
Dates: August 13 to September 18
Saturday 19:00, Sunday 18:00
August 14, 27, 11 y 18, 12:00
No show on September 3 and 4 due to tour
Dates: September 1