Wed. to Sat. 20:00
In Catalan and Spanish
€9 to €15
Accessible session cancelled
+ 16 anys (High school)
SHOW INCLUDED ON
El Lliure del futur
From the life of José Tenorio, this show introduces us to the sexual and gender dissidence in Barcelona at the 70s and 80s of the 20th century. A collective memory exercise to reconstruct José’s identity from personal testimonies. Lalinea was a resident company last season, and showed us the process involved in creating its performance, which it premièred at the Grec 2021 Festival in Barcelona. Now it returns to the Lliure.
José Tenorio was not a public figure; he was an anonymous person who, like so many others, took refuge in Barcelona to live life on his own terms. A native of Cadiz, from a very young age he knew he wanted to be a cross-dresser. In 1971, he came to the city to try his luck on stage, even though he was never able to work professionally in theatre. Even though he had good relations with his family, he led a reserved life: he never shared details and his family asked no questions. In 1993, he died of AIDS in his hometown. His real story and the reason for his death were concealed.
Úrsula Tenorio, the director of the company and the grandniece of the main character, wanted to pay tribute to her great-uncle and the lives of people like him who decided to freely express their identity despite the social mores of the era.
Lalinea, the resident company at the Teatre Lliure for the 20/21 season, has undertaken research which is culminating one year later with the premiere of José y la Barcelona disidente. This process was opened to the public with a show of the work in progress, which was framed as a space of dialogue where the artistic and documentary materials that the company had previously collected could be explored in conjunction with the spectators. It was grounded on a historicist point of view to reconstruct the life of José Tenorio via the context of the Barcelona of that period.
Now, we are presenting a show that paints an intimate portrait of José through which we examine the dissidence of the city through the senses.
Aleix Castany / Aleix García
Goliarda Parda (aka Marcel Fenocchio)
Enric Naudi and Úrsula Tenorio
Enric Naudi and Jordi Baldó
Teatre Lliure and Lalinea
WITH THE COLLABORATION OF
Centre LGTBI de Barcelona, Casal Lambda, Fundació Enllaç, GENI (UB), MEDUSA (UOC), CC Parc Sandaru, Fabra i Coats, Nau Ivanow and Gerard Campos
Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya
Carme Pollina, Carme Vidal, Dèbora Cartañà, Emilio Tenorio, Ferran Pujol, Jaume Piqué, Joan Tallada, Joaquim Roqueta, Jordi Petit, Jordi Samsó, José Romero, Julia Cabrera, Leopold Estapé, Lidia Gómez, Luís Argudo, Luís Escribano, Maria Codina, Nazario Luque, Thais Morales, Vicenç Ferrer, Rafael Cáceres, Claudi Royo, Domingo Belart, Juanjo Martínez, Titiritrans and Manuel Pereira
Gabi Jiménez i Gaia Bautista
Roberto G. Alonso
Andrea Buil, Elisabet Castells, Discotecas años 70, 80 BCN, Erik Forsberg, Kira, Núria Repiso, Marc Selva, Marta Lofi, Mariona Signes, Llorenç Balaguer, Laura Viñals, Andreu Agustín, Xeito Fole, Magda Costa, Aran Jiménez, Jordi Barceloneta, Armand de Fluvià, Oscar Guasch, Nicolàs Cardozo, Lovesexing Gràcia, Brunès Artesans, Gemma Brunès, Jordi Brunès, AVV Clot-Camp de l’Arpa, Miquel Poveda, José Muñoz Llergo, Jon Berrondo, Luís Martín, Ildefons Alonso and Damian Muñoz