Theatre / 30 September - 02 October 2016


Tickets: 23 - €25

Dates: 30 Sep – 1 Oct 8pm
Other performance: 2 Oct 6pm
El Conde de Torrefiel are one of the most exciting and provocative theatre companies to emerge from Spain in recent years.
Their newest work, Guerilla, presents the confused and contradictory inner universe of a group of people that inhabit the same moment in time, move through the streets of the same city, share the collective consciousness of the same continent, and are affected to a greater or lesser degree by the same consequences.
Even so, they don’t know how to face a world that has changed too much since the beginning of the 20th century and that is in constant need of new rules, symbols, and tools for its interpretation.
The piece is made up of three distinct parts; an electronic music concert, a Tai Chi class and a conference. The actions take place in the near future in three different cities. The participants in these events dance, talk, and listen.
A projected text, loaded with the most intimate thoughts of those present, is compared to and superimposed upon the tableaus they make.

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Running time: 85 min (no interval)
Warning: contains very loud, sustained noise and strobe lighting

Conceived by El Conde de Torrefiel
Cast includes: Amaranta Velarde, Dublin volunteers
Direction and Dramaturgy: Tanya Beyeler and Pablo Gisbert
Assistant: Nicolas Chevallier
Text: Pablo Gisbert in collaboration with the performers
Lighting Design: Ana Rovira
Set Design: Blanca Añón
Sound Design: Adolfo García Fernández
Choreography Assistant: Amaranta Velarde
Music: Pink Elephant on Parade
Dramaturgical Advice: Roberto Fratini
English Translation: Nika Blazer

Co-production: Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels), Steirischer Herbst Festival (Gratz), Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival (Groningen)
Project co-produced by NXTSTP, with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union
With the support of Graner, Centre de Creació Barcelona, ICEC – Generalitat de Catalunya, INAEM, Ministerio de Cultura de España
Photography: Titanne Bregentzer
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