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Dona no reeducable

The second monologue by the Italian Stefano Massini: Dona no reeducable about the journalist Anna Politkovskaya, murdered in 2006 for her opposition to Russia's involvement in the conflict in Chechnya. In September, the performances alternate with CrecEnUnSolDéu, which is about daily life in the Gaza Strip (check the schedules) and you can also see it in June.

Butaca Price 2016 to the Small-format Show


In just a few days, my curiosity about Stefano Massini, the new voice of European theatre led me to get in touch with him and to read his texts I had not read before. Three years ago, the dramatist, who has dazzled viewers this season with Lehman Trilogy, wrote a text in honour of the Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya, murdered by state terrorism: Dona no reeducable. I thought that with this second monologue, which was also extraordinary, and for which we also had the face and voice of an actress, Miriam Iscla, we could further enrich this new dialogue between our audience and the author. And so we've produced what used to be called a double bill. Our decisions were almost spontaneous, in the way that both Massini's texts seem to be written. Theatre of urgency. Urgent. Necessary.
Lluís Pasqual

cast Míriam Iscla

off voices Miquel Cabal, Xènia Dyakonova, Lluís Marco and Manuel Nuñez Yanowsky

translation from Italian language Lluís Pasqual / texts in Russian language Xènia Dyakonova / lighting Xavier Clot / video Leo Castaldi / sound Igor Pinto

director assistant Juan Carlos Martel Bayod

produced by Teatre Lliure

special thanks to Lluís Marco

the performing rights of this play are owned by Zachar International

show in Catalan
approximate length 1h. 10' no interval

NEW! 06/19 debate with the company after the show


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