Intempèrie

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Intempèrie

  • Directed by Jordi Pérez Solé
  • Sala Tallers
  • al

A group of young people confront the future to come

We went to secondary school together, but we met online, at the bottom of Narcissus’ lake. Who would have imagined that to get out of it we would have this adventure. In the heart of Europe. Where the earth is flat and the sky is white. Where big decisions are made. We just needed an idea to blow it all up. Just one. But having a great idea is not easy. It involves breaking the mirror itself, compromising the strength of the group, or even making the world a little worse.

Seven young people at a European convention have the responsibility, or are faced with the difficult situation, of staging another possible future in front of the political leaders responsible for the 2030 Agenda. In their hands, the opportunity to change the rules of a world condemned to drift in a global emergency with no return. Where to start? The countdown has begun.

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Intempèrie depicts the uncertainty, vulnerability, precariousness and mental health of young people trapped in the nets of neoliberalism. The contemporary imperative is to live without an idea, at the service of the voracious anarchy of platform capitalism, where the digital prison is transparent and life is a big stage 24/7. Through theatre as a tool of protest and a form of representation, a group of young people confront their expectations for the future, in search of the idea of a better world. This is the starting point of the story of the real journey that took these young people to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, where they had the opportunity to stage another possible future in front of the whole of Europe. A big challenge to rebel against the established norms and set out on an emancipating endeavour, one of those that seek to change the world, one that blows everything apart, including the group of young people themselves. A great opportunity, a great hope, or a great farce.

Jordi Pérez Solé

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Prices and times

  • -25 % Buy before the premiere and others

    15 € i
  • -50% Youth and others

    10 € i
  • General price

    20 € i
  • School

    8 € i
  • Times

    Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 11 a.m. (school performance)
    Saturday at 7 p.m.
    Sunday at 6 p.m.

    Gender: Theatre
    Running time:
    1 h
    Recommended age :
    12 years and above
    Show in:
    Catalan
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Production team

Directed by
Jordi Pérez Solé
Idea i codirecció artística
Clara Matas i Jordi Pérez Solé
Dramaturgy
Aleix Aguilà and Jordi Pérez Solé
Cast
Rita Baliarda, Óscar Bujía, Laura de Frutos, Jana Lafuente, Ares Llucià, Berta Rabascall, Mireia Ruíz
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    Text
    Aleix Aguilà

    Set and costume design
    Sergi Corbera
    Paula Font


    Lighting design
    Ganecha Gil

    Sound space
    Marc Urrutia

    Musical collaboration
    Birch
    Movement
    Laura Calvet
    Fàtima Campos


    Audiovisuals
    Ivan Chamorro

    Production and communication
    Téntol

    Technical and management teams of the company

    Production by Téntol, with the collaboration of
    Mostra Igualada, Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, Teatre Tantarantana and Nau Ivanow
    Project selected by the Production and Exhibition Support Programme of Mostra Igualada

    With the support of
    Beca de Creació and Recerca del Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya

    Acknowledgements
    973 Events, INS Milà i Fontanals, INS Ramon Berenguer IV, Xarxa de Valors de l’Ajuntament de Santa Coloma de Gramenet and Teatre Sagarra

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Education service

Recommended school levels: secondary school students aged 12 to 18.
This play is recommended by the TNC Education Service as a useful tool for the training and cultural development