The Most Terrible Secret
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“The Most Terrible Secret” is a theatrical monologue, which addresses a political event, social and deeply human in a country that lived, at some time in its past, the problem of persecution and disappearances of people for political reasons.
Inspired by “Power” by Eduardo Pavlovsky (Argentina), the monologue is inserted in the purpose of contributing to restore the sense of memory and historical truth in El Savior. When a country faces civil war, countless atrocities are committed, many are kept and hidden in silence.
Not being placed in the reflection collective and made public, there is a risk that these actions, abominable, repeated unconsciously or in the worst case, deliberately and with impunity.