Pía performed in the Spanish premiere of Annie Ryan's adaptation of A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing, originally the debut novel of Irish writer Eimear McBride.

 

The first project launched by DOLORES, it premiered at the Tamayo Contemporary Art Museum Tamayo in Mexico City. 

"Pía Laborde-Noguez constructs her character with absolute knowledge of cause; she has studied, assimilated and exhibits it with the full arsenal of resources that her vocation and academic formation provide... An organic artist, with a strength and malleability that allows her to transition from one mood to another with coherent ease in spite of the self-destructive tendencies of her character. Her tour-de-force in A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing anticipates all she can create on stage. Her presence is a breath of fresh air challenging Mexican dramaturgy."

By Enrique R. Mirabal in Interescena

"Pía has put on a great performance... reaching an apogee here and now: splendid, in possession of the speech of each of the story's characters that we know fro the mouth of those who conform it, with a rich language, innovating and experimental that implies what they are feeling, becoming a model of contemporary theatre."

By Martín Casillas de Alba in El Informador

Artwork and photography by Urte Janus

Graphic Design by Richard Bakes

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