The platform includes radio theatre and classics for children, and will also allow you to watch some of the plays of this season.
The Teatre Lliure productions, literally close at hand, if you have on your hands a mobile device with Internet access. The theatre has launched a virtual stage which has three basic packages, two of which are full of content created specifically for the digital stage: the radio theatre and the classics for children. The third package will include some of the plays of this Lliure’s season.
Among the classics available for kids, we find La vida es sueño, written and directed by Lucía Miranda adapting the well-known poem by Pedro Calderón de la Barca. Recommended for children older than 7, the piece is about how we perceive reality, dreams and freedom. From November 20, it will also be possible to see No tots els ocells viuen als arbres, a play based on Un enemic del poble, by Henrik Ibsen, which has been written, illustrated and directed by Aleix Aguilà. In the radio theatre section, you can listen to Los satélite, a story by Ricard Gázquez about a girl from a neighbourhood in the Baix Llobregat region who disappears and how the family begins to talk about what may have happened to her. Finally, in the section El Lliure al sofà you can now enjoy El quadern daurat, the world's first theatrical adaptation of the book by Nobel Prize-winning Doris Lessing, directed by Carlota Subirós and a cast led by Nora Navas. Throughout the season, titles such as La nostra parcel·la, Bonus Track or Les tres germanes will be added to the catalogue.
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