Notas de Prensa
" This simplicity of Chamé is the concrete sample of a wisdom that reveals strictly what is necessary on stage. With that base, through a precise fabric of scores where the text, voice and movements enter, the director enhances the meaning of the images composed for their clown lords. "
" “An ingenious show, a goldsmith, with four splendid Argentine actors, a surprise from the last Almagro Festival. The Othello by Gabriel Chamé, clown and theater director, is that of Shakespeare but seen from above, with the perspective of the demiurge (as suggested by Don Estrafalario in The Horns of Don Friolera), with irony and humor, without that subtracting one iota tragically thick. Its performers change sex and characters in public view every two times three, in an abracadabrous fregolism exercise, and they give each other cakes and blows without showing the effort, like the protagonists of Chaplin or Keaton films: they dominate the language of the clown and joke with mathematical rigor "
Diario El País
" You can highlight the articulation and voice projection used by the actors, especially the protagonist, which allows the viewer to hear the text clearly and without the need for amplifiers, which indicates the quality of the performers. The director's hand It is perceived behind each movement, each gag, and the efficiency in marking a cadence that generates a successful dynamic cannot be denied. "