Susana Cook


Photo/foto: Julio Pantoja

The Fury of the Gods

The Fury of the Gods is an exercise in pop blasphemy. An ecclesiastical experiment in heathenism. Written and Performed by Susana Cook. Religious rhetoric is often used by the Christian right to deny equal rights to certain citizens. "The Fury of the Gods" is a sharp political satire of biblical proportions that skewers the sacred and eviscerates evangelical fundamentalism suggesting that it may be the principal obstacle that stands in the way to intercultural understanding, creating a rhetoric of the state in order to justify segregation and oppression.

Duel with Guillermo Gómez-Peña

An impromptu spoken word duel with Guillermo Gómez-Peña. 


Susana Cook is a New-York based Argentine playwright, performer, and director.  She has presented her work as an independent artist for over 20 years. Her originial plays include: The UnPatriotic Act: Homeland Insecurities, The Values Horror Show, 100 Years of Attitude, Dykenstein, Hamletango, and Hot Tamale, among others. The recipient of numerous fellowships and honors, she has presented her work globaly in Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Spain, India, Ecuador, and Canada.

Background Information
  • Encuentro location (Bogotá): Mapa Teatro
  • Date: August 23 and 28, 2009
  • Country: Argentina
Video edited by Gray Wetzler
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