L'Empestat

L'Empestat

from The Tempest text Jordi Oriol direction Xavier Albertí Indi Gest

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10/22 – 10/24/21
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Gràcia

Show completed

Timetable

Fri. to Sun. 20:00

Running time

1 h

Place

Gràcia

Language

In Catalan

Price

€9 to €29 / €10 sold-out offer

The multifaceted author, actor and director Jordi Oriol has worked with Shakespeare's texts several times in collaboration with the director Xavier Albertí. Now in Gràcia we bring together the trilogy that corrupts three Shakespearean tragedies - three texts that are a personal distortion of The Tempest, Hamlet and Macbeth.

BBVA Theater Award 2017

Caliban, alone and isolated again after the storm, one again becomes the master of his little kingdom, but he has been infected by the plague of language, which he can only use to evoke the world that has betrayed him; an infected universe. This performance was conceived as an acoustic piece, in which the text and music (Beethoven's Tempest Sonata performed live) play the same role, filling us with their rhythmic, poetic, grammatical and dramatic flavour.

CAST

Jordi Oriol

Carles Pedragosa

SETTING

Àlex Aviñoa and Silvia Delagneau

COSTUMES

Silvia Delagneau

LIGHTING

Àlex Aviñoa

SOUND

Roc Mateu

CO-PRODUCTION

Indi Gest and Festival Temporada Alta 2015

WITH THE SUPPORT OF

Oficina de Suport a la Iniciativa Cultural (OSIC)

DIRECTOR ASSISTANT

Albert Arribas

MANAGEMENT

Neus Oriol and Helena Font

SET UP MADE BY

Dani Poy and Joan Galí

PICTURES

Sílvia Poch

THANKS TO

Dani López-Orós, Marc Permanyer, Pascualin Estructures, Neus Masó, Andreu Mateu and Pep Arumí

MENTION

Show premiered on November 28 2015, at the Sala La Planeta in Girona, within the Festival Temporada Alta 2015

WITH THE COLLABORATION OF

Auditori de Sant Martí and Auditori ATRIUM de Viladecans, and Project En RESiDÈNCiA organized by Institut de Cultura de Barcelona and the Consorci d’Educació de Barcelona; in cooperation with Sala Beckett/Obrador Internacional de Dramatúrgia

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