Sat. and Sun. 12:30
first part 1 h 20' / break 15' / second part 1 h 13'
Sala Fabià Puigserver
€9 to €29 / Pack 2 shows €40
Hearing assistance via mobile phone
Stroboscopic lights, smoke and loud sound effects in this show.
Pack 2 shows
After the Thursday performance there will be no bar service.
Double program directed by Andrés Lima (El pan y la sal, 2018/19; Edipo rey, Medea and Antígona, 2015/16; El montaplatos, 2012/13) inspired by Naomi Klein’s The shock doctrine: a trip to explain how psychiatric research from the 1950s and the ultra-liberal theories of Chicago Economic School are used to implant capitalism all around the world. From Chile and Argentina to Iraq, and also to our present.
They form the diptych Shock the shows El Condor y el Puma and La tormenta y la guerra. Both shows can be seen in alternating performances on 14 and 15 April, and followed (in consecutive performances) on 16 and 17 April.
El Cóndor y el Puma [The Condor and the Puma] is the result of theatrical research into a historical event - General Pinochet's coup against the government of Salvador Allende. It is a piece of documentary theatre that presents History, but for experiencing it emotionally, and authored by leading lights in playwriting.
Max Award 2020 to the Best Scenic Direction to Andrés Lima.
Andrés Lima (born Madrid, 1961) is a director, actor and playwright, and is considered one of Spain's greatest contemporary directors. With his productions, he has contributed to updating the concepts behind the theatrical mise-en-scène. He has taken numerous courses in Spain and was awarded a scholarship by the Royal Court Theatre in London for its international residency programme for new playwrights. He was the founder of the Animalario company, which he has directed in Penumbra (2010), Urtain (2008), Titus Andronicus (2009), Argelino (servant of two masters) (2008), Marat-Sade (2006) and Hamelin (2005), among other productions.
As a stage director, he has worked for the Comédie-Française (Les joyeuses commères de Windsor, 2011, and Bonheur, 2009) and the Gothenburg Stadsteater (Sweden) (The Danton case, 2012, and Blackbird, 2010). He has been awarded the Max Prize for Best Direction on several occasions for his productions Urtain, Argelino (Servant of two masters), Marat-Sade and Hamelin as well as El Cóndor y el Puma [The Condor and the Puma]. He received the National Theatre Award from the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sports in 2019.
Antonio Durán ‘Morris’
SETTING AND COSTUMES
Beatriz San Juan
SOUND AND MUSIC
Miquel Àngel Raió
SETTING AND COSTUMES ASSISTANT
Vivi Comas, Àlex Romero and Íñigo Rodríguez
Joseba Gil (Check-in Producciones)
Juan Ángel Torti, Chilean camera (filming 16 mm color - 11, 13 and 14 September 1973), José Manuel Rodríguez (Memory and Human Rights Museum, Chile), Spanish Radio Television, Patrimonial Archive of the Santiago de Chile University, DiFilm Archive - Buenos Aires / Argentina, Argentine Radio and Television, Chilean National Film Archive Iluminaciones Cinetel S.L., Eugenia Alonso, Héctor Alterio, Valentín Álvarez, Manuel Bautista Fernández, Gonzalo Bernal, Juan Diego Botto, Alejandro Cano, Pedro Chaskel, Clara Cirera, Elena De Lucas, Cristina Fernández Cubas, Laura Galán, Joan Garcés, Andrea Guzmán, Pablo Insunza, María Llinares, Esteban Meloni, Marcelo Morales, Álvaro Silva, Beltrán Stingo and Paco Toledo
Centro Dramático Nacional in collaboration with Check-in Producciones
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