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2013

Theatre

The madness of power

XIX edition of the Donostia Performing Arts Fair

 

 

The show deals with current issues within the socio-political reality that Europe is going through and Spain in particular.

 

During the show, topics related to budget cuts, culture, sport, justice, education, and health, etc. will be discussed. Barabbás's speeches will be accompanied by live music. In these discourses, his songs and dances will corroborate the moments of madness with which they celebrate their unquestioned dominion.

 

After a short break, Albert Vidal will sing the audience a song accompanied by Xavier Macaya on the viola wheel which is entitled "Dialogue of the body and soul".

 

 

 

CREDITS

Author, director and interpreter

Dramaturgy

Collaborator in writing texts

Artistic consultants:

 

Music

Musicians

Photography

Costumes

Makeup

Light design

Lightning

Technical director

Production Assistance

Albert Vidal

Maryse Badiou

Toni Coromina

Oghi Ochir, Empar Roselló

María de Marías, Leonardo Alalú

X.Macaya, P.Andreu, A.Vidal

Xavier Macaya, Pitu Andreu

Leopold Samsó

DressArt

Gabriel Moreno

Albert Vidal

Jordi Ribera

Denys Sanz

Oghi Ochir

 

It is an ancient seventeenth century song by Emilio del Cavalieri

 

Monologue of Time

 

Time, time flees

life is destroyed

get out of the pit now.

scattered ashes and bones

arise, souls still

take the bodies

So that everyone understands

open your eyes and understand

that this life is a wind

that flies away in a moment

today it is coming out

tomorrow it dies

today it looks like

tomorrow it disappears

Try, then, each one

while you have time

to work with the hand, to work with the heart

for the good deed is the fruit of honour