Oriol Tarrasón / Les Antonietes
La Villarroel | 10/07 - 28/07
She is 77 years old and her name is Marta. Or, at least, until now everyone called her so. But she always wanted to call herself Solange. As her husband has just died and she has had to move to the Buen Reposo residence, she takes advantage of the occasion and decided to change her name. After all, Solange is much more elegant. At the residence, she will meet Ernest and Mateu, two grandparents who, unfortunately, have become used to discussing so as not to get bored up and down the hall. The contrast between Solange's will to live and the apathy of the two friends will end up causing many absurd situations that will complicate, lots, the life of Rosa, the director of the residence. Well, as one of the characters says: "life is too short to live only 100 years".
The story has been written by Oriol Tarrasón, director, playwright, actor and one of the members, along with the actress Annabel Castan, the producer Raül Perales and the cultural manager Eduard Arderiu, of the group Les Antonietes. For Les Antonietes, he has adapted classics such as Much Ado about nothing, Stockmann, Vània, A streetcar named desire, Othello, but he has also written his own texts such as Punxó Siamès, Sota l'escorça, Somni americà or Finalment la fi.
A production of 2019 Grec Festival of Barcelona, Les Antonietes and OHM productions.
With the collaboration of La Villarroel, La Caldera Les Corts, Escola Superior d’Art Dramàtic Eòlia, Institut del Teatre de Barcelona, Medusa Cultura.
With the suport of Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya.
Author and artistic direction: Oriol Tarrasón Interpretation: Annabel Castan, Imma Colomer, Pep Ferrer, Quimet Pla Stage direction: Martí Torras Space and costume design: Joana Martí Lighting design: Iñaki Garz Sound concept and design: Jordi Agut Movement: Sebastian Garcia Hierro Characterization: Txus González Video design: Juan Gastó Graphic design: Assad Kassab Photography: David Tarrasón Associate producer: Quim Folguera Executive production: Raül Perales
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