“Compilation of eleven life paths that pay tribute to all the anti-fascist fighters who lost their lives in the huge vortex of war, catching and metamorphosing, in the mountains of the Basque Country, in the trenches of Catalonia, in the prisons of Madrid or in the most forgotten gutters for a better future called Liberty. Silence becomes as heavy as the words and the last battle to be fought is precisely against this silence, against forgetfulness.”
“Voices approach in the dark until the characters appear comic in their language. With few elements, they quickly adapt to the needs of the room and make comments on the audience and the situation of the actors, establishing direct communication with the public. The play is immaterial and tinged with a solid consistency, memory. A long wandering through space and time, in the timeless space.”
“Lope de Vega's classic is told from a contemporary perspective. As the story of the people deciding to unite in fight and ultimately kill their oppressors unfolds, the actors comment and speak their mind on the facts, questioning and challenging the audience. They themselves are the victims and the perpetrators of a story that is constantly repeats itself. The strength of the verse is mixed with the contemporary language. And we go out into the street to find a meeting place.”
“We are swimming. Overwhelmed by the time until we drown and we disappear. This trifle becomes a great event, here orchestrated by the old age of David Kepesh, admired professor, and the sickness of Consuela Castillo, a refined young student. They share a sexual adventure until it end up blowing up in pieces the intellectual and erotic world of the old man. Loyal to the novel, this arrangement is innovative in its pure and abstract aesthetics.”
“Classic and realistic montage, focusing on aesthetics and efficiency, it is the first fully written theater piece by the German playwright. The work tells about the decline of a dissolute poet and drinker, picking fights, looking for women, who then meets a young man who will eventually make him capsize. It is an anti hero, who refuses conventions and frills of the bourgeois society, celebrating the cult of the genius that lives on the margins of a community that could destroy it.”
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