Mario Passik: "I always liked the complicity of the public in the theater"

The actor Mario Passik stars alongside Andrea Politti, Diego Reinhold, Alejandro Muller and Galo Hagel Wild Scissorsa play directed by Manuel González and adapted from the original script by Paul Portner.

In this regard, Pasik spoke in AM750 and highlighted that the work is “very particular”. “It’s one of the things that seduced me to say yes,” she said.

Likewise, the actor recalled that he had not done theater since a week before the beginning of the quarantine in Argentina, in March 2020, when he starred in the play What do we do with Walter.

“There were offers in the middle, but caution was stronger than momentum and energy. Here a series of things were combined, among others the experience with the public”he pointed out, in reference to the work in which he is currently participating.

Is that in Wild Scissors there is a mystery to solve: the murder of a pianist in the apartment above an extravagant beauty salon. However, far from the answers being preconceived, the resolution of this puzzle lies with the public itself, who is in charge of voting who believes that she is the material perpetrator of the crime.

“What happens to us as actors is that, at one point in the play, we understand that we are or are not the voted murderer. It’s very particular because you have to rewind a whole situation, it’s very attractive.”Pasik revealed.

“I always liked to highlight the complicity of the public in all the works. Here it is tripled, because it is a very particular moment when the lights of the room are turned on and the spectators play a very important role,” he remarked.

Wild Scissors It is presented from Wednesday to Sunday at the Teatro Multitabaris Comafi. Tickets can be purchased through Platanet.

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