Històries de teatre

Data
From 09.28.2003 to 07.15.2004

To say. Oriol Broggi, 2003

Synopsis

At the end of 1997 Rosa Gàmiz started, together with teacher Mª Àngels Sánchez, a project for boys and girls in Badalona. This is "EL TALLER DE LA LLUNA", a space for extracurricular theater and artistic expression activities for children aged 3 to 12. There he coordinates and gives theater classes to children of these ages. He tries to help them express themselves using their body and voice through play, words, stories, characters... And in a way, he also conveys his passion for theater: the pleasure of transforming into a character, to express their moods, to learn new stories, of the magical moment of communicating it to the public, every day is different...

In "EL TALLER DE LA LUNA" he has worked with the children on some theatrical texts. She has experienced very special moments as a unique spectator of these "little shows" that often arise in classes. They have worked on scenes from Antaviana , Cyrano , Romeo and Juliet , A Midsummer Night's Dream , Malalt Imaginari , Shepherds ...

Rosa Gàmiz has also told stories several times in schools in Badalona and Barcelona, with the help of costumes to interpret the characters.

And from all this comes the idea of making this montage. A montage aimed especially at boys and girls.

We have the feeling that the two jobs come together: that of an actress and that of a theater teacher. Telling a story, acting as narrator, but at some point playing a character with the help of music, lights and costumes. All simple but very accurate and magical.

Artistic card

Dramaturgy and adaptation:
Rosa Gàmiz
Direction:
Oriol Broggi

Distribution:
Rosa Gamiz

Lighting:
Joan Delshorts
Set construction:
Marc Serra and La Perla 29
Costume making:
La Perla 29
Assistant director:
Marc Serra
Photography:
David Ruano
A production of La Perla 29

A PRODUCTION BY © LA PERLA 29

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Sunday
28
sep. 2003
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Thursday
15
jul. 2004
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