La Dama de Reus

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La Dama de Reus

  • Ambrosi Carrion
  • Sala Petita
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Theatre The Teatre Nacional de Catalunya wants to recover a figure almost unknown to the general public: Ambrosi Carrion, one of the most prolific and interesting playwrights of the mid-20th century in Catalonia. And, at the same time, it also seeks to defend the memory of exile, which truncated Catalan cultural life after the Spanish Civil War. In La Dama de Reus (1949, Ignasi Iglésias Award in 1950), Carrion reworks a well-known story in European popular tradition of the 17th century and deeply rooted in Catalan tradition: an extraordinarily beautiful lady, forced by the need and meanness of her husband’s family, is obliged to go to bed with the tyrant who governs the city to save her husband’s life. Love and passion confront the yearning for vengeance. La Dama de Reus is surprising because of its modern Catalan and its agile verse with a fluid phrasing. Ambrosi Carrion, moreover, manages to give his characters a fascinating complexity and ambivalence, which allow him to introduce a series of psychological conflicts that go beyond legend and finally lead to a surprising end.

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Production team

Author
Ambrosi Carrion
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    Direction Ramon Simó Set design Bibiana Puigdefàbregas Costumes Mariel Soria Lighting Quico Gutiérrez (aai) Music Joan Alavedra Characterisation Toni Santos Director’s assistant Martí Torras
    Cast Júlia Barceló Manel Barceló Ivan Benet Pepo Blasco Rosa Cadafalch Jordi Llovet Maria Molins Jordi Puig «Kai» Artur Trias Musicians (Lisboa Zentral Café) Joan Alavedra Eduard Altaba Salvador Boix Oriol Camprodon Xavier Maureta Production Teatre Nacional de Catalunya

Multimedia

La dama de reus (The lady of Reus)

17/01/2009
21.30 h

Barberà del Vallès

Teatre Municipal Cooperativa
937479493
25/01/2009
19 h

Reus

Teatre Fortuny
977315730
01/02/2009
19 h

Girona

Teatre Municipal
972419018
23/01/2009
21 h

Mataró

Teatre Monumental
937582361
30/01/2009
21 h

Tarragona

Teatre Metropol
977296100