This may seem an arbitrary, sensationalist, delusional and perhaps even empty show but... are you sure that these adjectives necessarily have a negative connotation? Surely it won’t seem the same to you after having seen this show on stage in a radically different way from those universal stories that we all know perfectly but love to keep listening again and again. They are all works by Shakespeare: Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello, King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, Anthony and Cleopatra, The Storm, Henry V, Richard III, To your taste and Summer night’s dream. All these made into one show where you won‘t see any interpreter, or at the most a manipulator of a delirious work of a visual nature. Espinosa plays spectacularly with objects and figures that might either live a passionate love story or go to war or commit a crime. Here you will see the same story of a theatrical fact, but also elements of cinema, comics and plastic arts.
After having worked in several theatre and dance shows, David Espinosa and África Navarro jointly created El Local Espacio de Creación in 2006, located in Poble-sec (an area in Barcelona) and with which he has created a pile of performances where objects are actually the main charaters.
A production of 'El Local Espacio de Creación, Festival Clásicos en Alcalá i CAET- Centre d'Arts Escèniques de Terrassa
With the support of Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya
Creation, direction and interpretation: David Espinosa Collaboration in the direction: África Navarro Stage and lighting: David Espinosa, AiR Music and sound: Santos Martínez, David Espinosa Video: Diego Dorado, David Espinosa Image: Anne Van Heelvort, Diego Dorado Executive production: Marta Oliveres, M.O.M.-El Vivero
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