Rosencratz i Guildenstern són morts

Data
From 05.17.2006 to 06.04.2006
Synopsis

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (1967) premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It was then that he caught the attention of Kenneth Tyna, who decided to produce a version for the National Theater in London and on Broadway in 1967, winning the Tony Award (USA) as the best play of the year 1968. Tom Stoppard is considered one of the most prestigious English writers of the moment. Stoppard's work in the cinema has also not gone unnoticed and the great success achieved by the film Shakespeare in Love was supported by an Oscar for the British author. For the first time, this text will be in Catalan, a text that has been performed in more than 50 countries. We have proposed the translation of this classic to the young Catalan playwright and translator Marc Rosich (recently awarded by the Romea Foundation as a playwright).

Artistic card

Text:
Tom Stoppard
Translation:
Marc Rosich
Dramaturgy:
Rafa Cruz
Direction:
Oriol Broggi

Distribution:
Baboucar Mbye Cham
Rafa Cruz
Francesca Piñón
Oriol Guinart

Voice overs:
Ana Lizaran
Lluis Soler
Marc Rosich

Scenography:
Eugenio Szwarcer
Lighting:
Christopher Donadey
Co-production:
La Perla 29 and Santa Susanna Shakespeare Festival

A PRODUCTION BY © LA PERLA 29

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Wednesday
17
may. 2006
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04
jun. 2006
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