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He by Rodrigo Calderón

Explosives Factory
St Kilda
Explosives Factory, Rear Laneway 67 Inkerman Street,
St Kilda, VIC 3182 Australia

Date

07 May –
18 May

About the Show

A man revisits his childhood home, a small coastal town in post-civil war El Salvador—a place he vowed never to return to. “HE” explores the complexities of masculinity, homophobia, and love, set against the backdrop of family, war, and memories that linger like shadows. It’s a tale of desire, guilt, faith, and the vastness of the ocean. Conceived, written, and performed by Salvadoran-Australian theatre artist Rodrigo Calderón, “HE” is a visceral and intense narrative, pulsating with the rhythm of cumbia. Please note that the performances on Friday 10 and Friday 17 will be presented in Spanish without English subtitles.

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A man revisits his childhood home, a small coastal town in post-civil war El Salvador—a place he vowed never to return to. “HE” explores the complexities of masculinity, homophobia, and love, set against the backdrop of family, war, and memories that linger like shadows. It’s a tale of desire, guilt, faith, and the vastness of the ocean. Conceived, written, and performed by Salvadoran-Australian theatre artist Rodrigo Calderón, “HE” is a visceral and intense narrative, pulsating with the rhythm of cumbia. Please note that the performances on Friday 10 and Friday 17 will be presented in Spanish without English subtitles.

Date

07 May
18 May

About the Show

A man revisits his childhood home, a small coastal town in post-civil war El Salvador—a place he vowed never to return to. “HE” explores the complexities of masculinity, homophobia, and love, set against the backdrop of family, war, and memories that linger like shadows. It’s a tale of desire, guilt, faith, and the vastness of the ocean. Conceived, written, and performed by Salvadoran-Australian theatre artist Rodrigo Calderón, “HE” is a visceral and intense narrative, pulsating with the rhythm of cumbia. Please note that the performances on Friday 10 and Friday 17 will be presented in Spanish without English subtitles.

Read More

A man revisits his childhood home, a small coastal town in post-civil war El Salvador—a place he vowed never to return to. “HE” explores the complexities of masculinity, homophobia, and love, set against the backdrop of family, war, and memories that linger like shadows. It’s a tale of desire, guilt, faith, and the vastness of the ocean. Conceived, written, and performed by Salvadoran-Australian theatre artist Rodrigo Calderón, “HE” is a visceral and intense narrative, pulsating with the rhythm of cumbia. Please note that the performances on Friday 10 and Friday 17 will be presented in Spanish without English subtitles.

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