Andrea Luna will return as the protagonist in the revival of ‘Jauría’, a documentary piece that is based on the statements that the complainant and the defendants made in the trial of La Manada, which were the acts of group rape that occurred during the Sanfermines on July 6 2016, in Pamplona, Spain.
In this role, Andrea he manages to make the public empathize with the victim and react to the statements of the perpetrators, in addition to questioning the concept of masculinity and its relationship with sex in our society.
The actress spoke with the website of the newspaper El Comercio and revealed that, although she has not gone through a situation like the one her character lives in the play, she can feel her fear, since she considers that for a woman it is much more dangerous to live in Peru.
“We cannot walk alone, much less dress as we want, on the contrary we have to take care of ourselves so that a man does not harass us, does not yell at us dirty things and we are not violated (…) When I leave the house I do it scared, anxious and unfortunately It is a situation that not only I live, but the majority of women”, stated Moon for this website.
Andrea Luna and the street harassment she suffered
The young actress also said that she was the victim of street harassment when she was going to the rehearsals of the play.
“I was somewhat distracted on the street because I was reviewing my texts, and a guy from his car yelled at me ‘mamacita rica’, I walked two more blocks and was parked, he told me ‘how good you are’ and I don’t know what else. Out of anger I decided to take a picture of him and this guy started insulting me.” counted.
Luna also confessed that she is “exhausted from the level of violence we experience and it is sad that people do nothing.
He also pointed out that she will not remain silent and will continue to make complaints and speak when necessary.
What is ‘Jauría’ about?
On July 7, 2016, an 18-year-old woman filed a complaint against five men, between the ages of 26 and 28, for a sexual assault that occurred in Pamplona during the San Fermín festivities.
Jauría is a work built entirely from some fragments of the statements that both the complainant and the defendants made before the magistrates, judges, lawyers and the prosecution, during the days between November 13 and 27, 2017.
Statements have been fragmented, rearranged, or reduced. On no occasion has any fictional text been added.
Tickets can be obtained through joinnus and the performances on Thursday, March 30, Friday, March 31, Saturday, April 1, and Sunday, April 2 at the Nuevo Teatro Julieta are available.
- Jauría area: S/. 60.00
- VIP area: S/. 50.00
- Overall: S/. 35.00
- Student and Retirees: S/. 30.00
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