Els ulls de l’etern germà

Place
Sala Beckett
Data
From 09.26.2002 to 10.06.2002
Synopsis

Virata is a famous warrior, known by the name "Sword of Centelles", who lives in the lands of Birgwaghenses of the Rajupta King. He alone as captain of the royal armies achieves victory in great internal struggles. The king, grateful, gives him the great royal sword and half a kingdom if he wants it. But Virata has the etched memory of the piercing and eternal gaze of his unknowingly dead brother on the battlefield. Virata resolves never again to touch weapons or do anything that could take away another man's freedom so much: the action one takes can take away someone else's freedom, and it's never fair enough.

The king therefore gives him the position of Judge of the kingdom, and thus becomes the best and most just judge of all time. One day, however, a prisoner questions his ability to decide on the freedom of others, and his look reminds him again that his actions, no matter how fair they may want to be, are never entirely fair. He resigns from his position, and little by little he renounces more things in his life, looking for NON-ACTION, to live without doing anything that might not be fair: to live without doing anything, without desires, without actions, without ties.

Virata manages to die, forgotten by everyone after being the first and most famous knight in his kingdom, taking care of the king's dogs, cleaning up his excrement, and living and sleeping.

Artistic card

Text:
Stephan Zweig
Translation:
Marissa Siguant
Direction and space:
Oriol Broggi

Distribution:
Òscar Muñoz
Bruno Oro

Musician:
Marc Serra
Lighting:
Pep Barcons
Assistant director:
Estrella Miró
A production of La Perla 29

A PRODUCTION BY © LA PERLA 29

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Thursday
26
sep. 2002
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Sunday
06
oct. 2002
Sala Beckett  Finished
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