UA Theater Classroom premieres three new productions

Romeo + Juliet on trial under the shadow of a donkey Y Trojan horses Three new productions of the University of Alicante Theater Class that will premiere at the next Paraninfo. 17, 24 and 31 May.

The first premiere will be held on Tuesday, May 17, with the work of the Swiss playwright and author. Friedrich Durrenmat Test in the shadow of a donkey, governing morgan blasco.

Coming on May 24 romeo+juliet, governing Xiomara Wanden-Berghea collective creation from the text Alfonso Zurro between Romeo and Juliet ShakespeareY May 31 will see the light Trojan horsesin charge of the Permanent University Theater Class, led by Begona Tenesplaywright a play of the National Award for Dramatic Literature, Albert Rabbit.

All premieres will be held in Istanbul. Auditorium at 7:00 pm.With free admission by invitation.

Test in the shadow of a donkey

Directed by Morgan Blasco, Swiss playwright and author Friedrich Durrenmatt. In a scorching sun in a Thracian desert, a dentist argues with a donkey over whether the donkey’s shade is included in the rental price.

the game a delicious bullshit, on an endless theme that randomly emerges after a reflection of our society, stripping all its equipment. It speaks of corruption and vested interests under the guise of “service to others”, but also of the instrumentalization of those who manipulate justice in ways that suit their personal or party interests, by those who perversely plot through the fault of others. Who really is the donkey of the universe?… This comedy sarcastically expresses the caricature of the human condition.

Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet

Directed by Xiomara Wanden-Berghe, Romeo + Julietj is a collective creation based on the text of Alfonso Zurro. Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare’s. Two families clash in today’s Naples: Capulets and Montagues. These two families are driven by hatred, incapable of respecting each other or coexisting without violence. They are incapable of loving the other and allowing their own love.

In the words of Xiomara Wanden-Berghe: “This work shifts our gaze to today’s youth and adults, making us think about how we relate to one another, but above all how we manage the freedom of the other. Can we love what we don’t know? But above all, can we allow love? Every day in and day out we continue to see conflicts in the networks or in the media where people from our own or other communities forbid, question or condemn love between two people because of their identity, ideological or regional reasons. In the Neapolitan setting, we see how the region is power and how neighborhoods are watched by child soldiers, to survive in a low-intensity, constant urban conflict . . , in constant conflict, and still a real war. Juliet and Romeo teach us a lesson about love, If you can’t handle it and it’s not love you know what to do They take us to that uncontrolled love that you don’t know. A love that Shakespeare told us in the 16th century and that continues to be experienced especially in adolescence. A love that is as inexplicable and powerful as it is fragile, like our characters. And we are all vulnerable to love and victims of hate.”

Trojan horses

Permanent University Theater Class, directed by Begona Tenesgifts Trojan horsesthe playwright Albert Rabbit, National Award for Dramatic Literature 2019. For this version, the author referenced, according to him, a homonymous version from 1965 by Hecuba and Jean-Paul Sartre by the same author, in addition to Euripides’ own text.

Also decisive was the recognition of some of the material. charitableby Jonathan Littell. The text also includes a look at women poets, particularly the Somali Warsan Shire and her poetry collection. love and war He also owes several verses to Rafael Alberti. And finally, some texts belong to the author himself. Conejero uses a direct and up-to-date language that will inevitably resonate with the public who find their connection to the present: war refugees, women as objects to express victory over the vanquished.

We are faced with a timeless tale of winners and losers in which war survivors are only women to be treated as spoils of war. The theme and idea with which this proposal moves is the ability to ignore the person and their rights and turn them into an object that can be bought, sold, broken or killed without conscience, but it also tells us what war is like. It has the ability to change people, about the voluntary blindness of people and governments, about inaction, but above all from women, mothers, daughters, wives, etc. Talking about. their pain and their struggle to preserve their dignity.

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