Memories of the war

El Periódico

Antonio José Navarro

Titzina take their creative work very seriously: the difficult thing about good theatre is not saying something, it’s saying exactly what you want to say. That doesn’t mean having just any effect on the spectator, you have to achieve the one you’re looking for. Entrañas, then, speaks to us of emotion and conviction. Without sermons, it alludes to great truths about war and the misery it brings with it shown in a very small way, together with the chilling loss of memory in subsequent generations and the danger that, with the passage of time, old mistakes will end up being repeated