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Laughing Hole, three performers, tape torn with teeth tape torn with their teeth, cries of despair in permanent marker appear on the wall. The laughter is hysterical, amplified and obsessive. The three women are no longer human, they are only bodies that move and try to give a voice.This performance by La Ribot, denounces over hours and hours the violations of human rights and focuses on the prison of Guantanamo, presenting the audience with a suffocating demonstration and protest. Powerless and indifferent remain those who observe and listen to the agony and despair of the demonstration. La Ribot’s play returns, to highlight the problems of our society. Graphic project together with Rebecca Alfandary.