Appetite (Apetito) by Irela de Villers
Stage Director: Irela de Villers & Joaquín Rodríguez
August - November 2003
Work description: This farce reflected the paranoia, anxiety, and fear of the society for any type of social repression.
The idea of the set design was to create a futuristic doctor's office, where each character could vent their instincts that are not shown in public.
I played with the perspective of the scenography, symbolizing the moral situations that we are supposed to follow. The narrow space towards the back of the set design represents the social repression inside our society. The white walls refer to a psychiatric room where the red door is the only exit for liberation.