Santiago Waria, Pueblo Grande de Winkas
Santiago Waria: Pueblo Grande de Winkas is a site-specific journey through the city's 477 years of history, beginning with the resistance of the Mapuche warrior Michimilongko in 1541, through to the early 20th century migration and their racialized work as bakers and domestic servants, up to their descendants today. It is an intimate, urban-historical and theatrical tour with an audio-guide and live scenes, starting at the Quinta Normal park and passing through Plaza de Armas, Providencia and the Santa Lucía / Huelén hill. Directed by Roberto Cayuqueo, it is made up of a cast of Mapuche youth, with the music of Daniela Millaleo and the participation of the poet David Aniñir.
The performance was first staged in Santiago in December 2018.
Cast: Simona Mayo, Claudio Alvarado Lincopi, Marcela Bascuñan, Martín Cardenas Llancaman, Rodrigo Huenchun, Tomás Melivilú, Danae Morales, Dania Quizada, Danitza Segura Lincaqueo, Marie Juliette Urrutia and David Aniñir.
Playwrites: Roberto Cayuqueo, Olivia Casagrande, Claudio Alvarado Lincopi, Arturo Ahumada, Marie Juliette Urrutia Leiva, Martín Ernesto Cárdenas Llancaman.
Director: Roberto Cayuqueo
Assistant director: Olivia Casagrande
Music: Daniela Millaleo, Elsa Quinchaleo, Puelpan
Voice and Narration: Catalina Osorio
Design: Cynthia Salgado
Graphic design: Nicola Mazzuia
Sound Design: Beatmachinne
Audiovisual Recording: Antil
Production: Damarie Contreras