Aquell dia tèrbol que vaig sortir d’un cinema...

Aquell dia tèrbol que vaig sortir...

The Virgin Suicides, 20 years later dramaturgy Eleonora Herder direction Alícia Gorina

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10/14 - 11/14/21
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Montjuïc

Show completed

Timetable

Wed. - Sat. 19:00
Sun. 18:00
Thurs. 11/04 16:00

Running time

2 h

Place

Sala Fabià Puigserver

Language

In Catalan and Spanish

Price

€9 to €29 / €10 until 10/31 Sold-out offer.

Accessibility

Accessible Fridays
10/22 audio description
10/29 and 11/5 subtitled

Spanish and English subtitles on Saturday from 10/23

Debate

10/15 17:00 before the show - CANCELLED
Other Authorships - with Max Glaenzel and Silvia Delagneau (set designers) and Raimon Rius (A.A.I.)

11/12 after the show

RECOMMENDED AGES
+13 (secondary and high school)

SHOW INCLUDED ON
El Lliure del futur

ATTENTIONÓ
Stroboscopic lights and smoke effects used in this performance.

RELATED ACTIVITY
11/02 at 16:30
Per amor a les arts - Mustang de Deniz Gamze Ergüven (Turquia, 2015, 97’)
at the Filmoteca de Catalunya

PRESS ROOM
Go

Lliure online

Lliure al sofà from 11/05 at 20:00
Subtitled in adapted Catalan, Spanish and English
€ 7

On Aquell dia tèrbol que vaig sortir d'un cinema de l'Eixample i vaig decidir convertir-me en un om, the director Alícia Gorina gives a voice to the idealised female characters in Sofia Coppola's film The virgin suicides. With Joan Carreras and Mia Esteve heading the cast, the five teenagers today are played by Alícia Falcó, Blau Granell, Roc Martínez, Abril Pinyol and Lea Torrents. This production focuses on the dark areas of that story in the past and present, twenty years since the film was released.


In the story of The Virgin Suicides, the teenage neighbours of the five Lisbon sisters, driven by a strange power that the girls have exercised over them, attempt to solve the mystery of their collective suicide 25 years after the events took place. As they do so, they portray a conservative family and life in a Detroit suburb in the 1970s, under an apocalyptic cloud of the end of an era.

From the masculine point of view, the girls have an idealised beauty, like an unattainable mystery, and are presented as sexualised - once again objects of desire and erotic fantasies of men. Suicide could perhaps be a metaphor for the passing of the teenage years, the end of an era or a whole world, or perhaps an act of despair or freedom.

Now, we return to the story of the five sisters twenty years later, with five actresses who are teenagers today, to do what they were unable to do at the time: explain themselves. We will never know who the Lisbon sisters were, or what was going through their minds, but we can still tell the same story with today's teenagers.

CAST

Joan Carreras

Alícia Falcó

Blau Granell

Mia Esteve

Roc Martínez

Abril Pinyol

Lea Torrents

SETTING

Silvia Delagneau and Max Glaenzel

CHARACTERIZATION

Rut Folgado

COSTUMES

Silvia Delagneau

LIGHTING

Raimon Rius

SOUND AND MUSIC

Clara Aguilar

SONG

Abril Pinyol ('If I Could')

MOVEMENT

Riikka Laakso

PRODUCTION

Teatre Lliure

MENTION

This dramaturgy has been created from conversations with Alícia Falcó, Blau Granell, Roc Martínez, Abril Pinyol and Lea Torrents, and under the inspiration of texts by Jeffrey Eugenides, Albert Camus, Donna Haraway, Paul B. Preciado, Greta Thunberg, Joey Soloway, Virginia Woolf and Wikipedia.

DIRECTOR ASSISTANT

Mònica Almirall

SETTING ASSISTANT

Josep Iglesias

COSTUMES ASSISTANT

Marc Udina

TRAINEE COSTUMES ASSISTANT

Marina Blasco from INS Anna Gironella de Mundet

SET UP MADE BY

Taller d'escenografia Teatre Auditori Sant Cugat, Pablo Paz i Joan Galí

COSTUMES MADE BY

Goretti Puente, Joan Baseiria and Artesanies Carme Piquet

THANKS TO

Jaume Funes, Pau Matas, Pau Palacios, Tim Schuster and all the people who applied to the casting.

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