Following the new mesures established by the ProciCat in the crisis of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, Teatre Lliure modifies some opening hours
Wednesday to Saturday at 20:00
Sunday at 18:00
REMEMBER You can move around till 23:00 with the 20:00 session ticket
Perimeter confinement by municipalities from friday to sunday
€ 9 to € 29
12/02 audio description
12/04 before the show at 18:00 with Dani Lacasa video and dramaturgy, Ana Rovira lighting, Pau Matas sound and Lola Belles set / moderated by Míriam Compte (Ad’EC) and 12/13 after the show NEW DATE
#LliureAlSofà from 12/11 NEW DATE
Eva Lyberten, an icon of Spanish softcore in the 1970s and 1980s, is appearing onstage to tell us her story. Now 60 years old, she will share her past with the audience, narrating the story recounted by the images of her that still survive: her erotic films. Identity, desire and fiction will be analysed through her films from the 1970s, the period when Spain was beginning to open up.
This piece hovers between documentary and fiction and reflects on the erotic image projected in the female body, on how we believe and how we look at these images – both public and more private ones – and on the tensions between the individual and collective spheres, desire and fiction, and sexual icons and women. It is a study of looking and being looked at, of what is visible and what stubbornly refuses to be seen.
Una [One Woman] is a product of the Empremta (Imprint) Project of the Teatre Lliure, a theatrical transferral between Carlota Subirós and Raquel Cors.
CAST AND CO-CREATORS
Eva Lyberten and Mireia Tejero
Elena Córdoba, Núria Lloansi and Isabel Rojas
Patricia Albizu and Alejandra Lorenzo
ACOMPANIMENT IN THE REHEARSAL
ARCHIVE MATERIAL EDITION
TRAINEE DIRECTION ASSISTANT FROM MUET
Pau Matas Nogué
Sílvia Ferrando, Jordi Fondevila, Txalo Toloza, Jonás Trueba, Sigfrid Monleón, Tony Aliaga, Lucas Soler (Casto Escópico), Anneke Necro, David García Aparicio, Rai Jiménez Tejero, Carla Turró, Isabel Ojanguren, Albina Quevedo, Miranda Madaula, Patricia Marqués, Sílvia Munt, Núria Guiu, Meritxell Colell and María García Vera