The CMA Theater Company and Villasta Cavalcade repeated the armed confrontation, which led to the resignation of Porfirio Díaz.
The historic event that occurred in 1911, the so-called Ciudad Juarez looting, can be seen on the Casa de Adobe on May 9th.
Actors accompanied by the Municipal Art Center (CMA) and the Vista Cavalcade (Villista Cavalcade) will recreate the armed conflict at the scene, which will eventually lead to the resignation of Porfirio Díaz.
Claudia Gutiérrez, the teacher and theater director in charge of the event, said that folk ballet will be introduced at 6 pm and then she will start writing her works.
“Our representatives are Madero and his wife Abraham Gonzalez, Massimo Castillo, Pascual Orozco and a medium. Prior to this, Colonel Carmen Aranis ( Carmen Alanís) comes on stage. As the director, he opens the story by telling who he is and her participation in the battle.
“I want to do this because Colonel Allen played an important role in this period of the revolution. She was a messenger, rallying the people and uniting them to participate in the conflict. She was also responsible for the delivery of weapons. She had an important position for him. Said: “That’s why I want to start the show with her. “
Another aspect that you can appreciate in representation is Madero’s tendency towards spiritualism, because he will tell the media’s character that he is a simple person with good feelings, but his companion We went on and started a conflict.
“Madero told her in an interview with the media that he believed in the aristocracy of men because he told him spiritually. They are details of the story that we don’t know.
During the rally, the revolutionaries will watch the confrontation through a crystal ball, but once the cavalry enters the mass uprising, the confrontation will come to life.
The show coordinated by Gutiérrez and Angélica Zaragoza will be recorded and then uploaded to the IPACULT Facebook page.
Those attending the meeting must respect the hygiene measures taken during the pandemic and always wear masks.
Traces of history
May 9th at 6:00 pm