Wed. - Fri. 19:00
Sala Fabià Puigserver
In Catalan. Spanish and English subtitles on Saturday from 04/03 (zone 2 seats)
€10 - €29
Hearing assistance via mobile phone
03/03 and 17/03 audio-description
10/03 and 24/03 adapted subtitles (zone 2 seats)
02/03 after the show
14/03 at 16:30
Per amor a les arts - Death of a Salesman
by Volker Schlöndorff (1985)
at the Filmoteca de Catalunya
by the Educational programme
David Selvas (Àngels a Amèrica, Hedda Gabler) directs a text by Arthur Miller from 1947 of surprising relevance: what power do young people have in the construction of a more just society?
The second theatrical text by Arthur Miller arrives on stage, whose success definitely threw him into dramatic writing. The piece, inspired by the structure of Henrik Ibsen’s The Wild Duck, was based on real events to build a contemporary tragedy.
The story features Joe Keller and Steve Deever, two former partners of an aircraft parts factory that, during World War II, served some defective parts and killed many young soldiers. Deever paid for it with jail, and Keller was released and ended up getting rich. Years later, and because of love, their respective children will unleash the tragic consequences of that catastrophe.
It is a critique of post-war American society and capitalist mercantilism. And a vindication of the value of youth and their ideals in the struggle for a more just society.
Arthur Miller's archives at the Harry Ramson Center
Arthur Miller al MAE
Quim Àvila George Deever
Clàudia Benito Anne Deever
Jordi Bosch Joe Keller
Eduard Buch Jim Bayliss
Ricard Buján / Ramon Mir Bert
Eduardo Lloveras Chris Keller
Francesc Marginet Frank Lubey
Gemma Martínez Sue Bayliss
Clara de Ramon Lydia Lubey
Emma Vilarasau Kate Keller
TRAINEE SETTING ASSISTANT
Aleix Garcia (Institut del Teatre)