Diana Raznovich & Margarita Borja: The Debt


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The Debt

An account of journalist Matilde Ballester's continuing investigation into the sex trade and traffic of women.


Diana Raznovich is an Argentinean playwright with a long trajectory and national and international recognition. She is also a cartoonist, and has produced numerous performances and installations with her cartoons. She has been exiled in Spain since 1975.

Margarita Borja is a poet, playwright, producer, and director of the Teatro de las Sorámbulas (Spain), founded in 1992 by a cross-disciplinary, cross-generational group of professional feminists working in theater, music, and the visual arts. In 1996 she developed the "Encuentros of Ibero-American Women in Theater Arts," which she continues to coordinate to this day, at the International Theater Festival (FIT) in Cádiz, Spain.

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