Costa Rica Entertainment – “Miradas Intimas,” or “Intimate Gazes” is a new theatrical work that delves into the love lives of people with disabilities, a topic we don’t often see.
It expresses sexuality, feelings and emotions of a discriminated minority. It will be presented until May 7th at the Teatro Impromptu Giratablas, located in Los Yoses, San Jose.
It asks the questions Where does one feel love? Is the body the only vehicle of pleasure? And what is the sensation of a suppressed sexuality in the experience of people with disabilities?
All people have the right to enjoy their sexuality to the fullest. There are many misconceptions about the sex life of those with disabilities that this work brings to light. The cast includes those with Down syndrome and dysarthria.
The schedule is Fridays at 8 and Sundays at 6 and will be playing until May 21st.
Tickets cost ¢5,000 or ¢4,000 for students, the disabled and seniors.