La caiguda d'Amlet

La caiguda d'Amlet (o La caiguda de l'ac)

from Hamlet 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. 18:00

Running time

40'

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 Hamlet, The Tempest and Macbeth.

The version inspired on Hamlet is a monologue in verse which focuses on the moment when he becomes isolated and self-conscious. The moment when he finds himself alone, facing his destiny. Condemned to freedom. The being that struggles to exist, trying to define itself, to delimit itself; to be what he has not inherited, what is his and only his. Something in Hamlet acts hastily. It is the fall of the H: the letter that is there, but does not exist.

CAST

Jordi Oriol

SETTING AND LIGHTING

Xavier Albertí (2007), Albert Glas (2021)

ORIGINAL MUSIC

Albert Llanas (electroacustical variations from Hamlet's oberture by Tchaikovsky)

CO-PRODUCTION

Indi Gest and Festival Temporada Alta 2007

DIRECTOR ASSISTANT

Josep Maria Miró

SOUND TECHNICIAN

Xavier Amat (2007), Pau Matas (2021)

MANAGEMENT

Blanca Arderiu (2007), Helena Font (2021)

MENTION

Show premiered on October 20 2007, at the Sala La Planeta in Girona, within the Festival Temporada Alta 2007

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