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THE “96 HOURS” PROJECT LANDS IN ARGENTINA AND IS PRESENTED AT THE FESTIVALES DE BUENOS AIRES
After their residency in Cagliari, Rafael Ayres, Mariasilvia Greco, Hashem Hashem – remotely connected – and GianMarco Porru, with the support of their mentor Massimo Mancini, continued their work on 96 Hours at the Teatro General San Martin in Buenos Aires.
From February 26th to March 7th, the artists worked individually on the music, scene and dramaturgy of their project and then concentrated on the performance, the rhythm and uniting everything into a well-structured work to be rethought and enriched day by day with details, costumes and props.
96 Hours was finally presented at the Festivales de Buenos Aires, during which the group had the opportunity to meet the public and attend several shows. Thanks to this Argentinean residence, the artists also had the opportunity to visit some of the most characteristic places of the city and to confront themselves with other artists, in the full spirit of the R-Evolution project.