Gabriela Muñoz - Mexico

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Crédit photo : Emmanuel Burriel
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Crédit photo : Emmanuel Burriel
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From July 7 to 15 at 8pm

Recommended age:

12 years and older


Duration60 min


Regular from $32.40
Children under 12 from $16.20
Students under 25 from $27.54
Seniors +65 from $29.16


Julieta tells the story of a woman – full of experiences and quirkiness – and the multiple layers that old age brings. Transcending the literal to accommodate the humor and nuances of the human experience, it is a visual non-verbal one-woman show of physical theater that deals with the split between youth and old age.

Bursting with wit and a zest for life, Julieta shares her days with us and invites us into her home that has become her whole world. Through her daily routines we witness the different stages of life, and how our self-image transforms, mutates and warps accordingly. As her surroundings morph into a mirror house of memories, Julieta finds ways to adapt.

Inspired by the life of Gabriela Muñoz’s great aunt, Julieta is a tribute to a full life, and a life lived to the fullest.

Julieta is a co-production of La TOHU, Le Chamaleon, and the Ruhrfestpiele Recklinghausen, made possible by the Canada Council for the Arts.


Author, Performer and Director: Gabriela Muñoz
Costume Design: Rebekka Dornhege Reyes
Set Design: Rebekka Dornhege Reyes and Gemma Raurell Colomer
Light Design: Aurora Rodriguez
Music: Natalia Lafourcade
Sound design: Joaquín López
Sound engineers: Alan Ortiz and Elier Contreras
Set Construction: Jaume Grau and Gemma Raurell Colomer
Costume Manufacturing: Atelier Artisan ACBY by Samuel Acebey
Outside Eye: Sampo Kurppa
Stagehand: Karla Franco/Gemma Raurell Colomer
Technical director: Joan Lavandeira
Production: Heleen De Boever
Booking contact: Carolina Ortega at Aurora Nova