Las hijas bravas y el mito de Casandra

Show of theater of wool mano of wool company Chévere.

Las Hijas Bravas (The Brave Daughters) are three tambourine players from Momán, Trabancas parish, and Padrenda, who sing verses and tell stories they have heard or make up themselves, in their ironic wisdom-infused style. In this new play, Las Hijas Bravas use the source material of classical Greek theatre and traditional Galician music as tools to raise awareness of the impact of climate change on our way of life. The Brave Daughters and the Myth of Cassandra is part a work of three older village women trying to understand climate change and deal with it by applying folk wisdom and part show with a gender perspective searching for models of female empowerment.

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