Luis bermejo malena alterio

Luis bermejo malena alterio

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The Teatro Villa de Móstoles will host next Friday, September 24, at 20.00 hours, the play ‘Los que hablan’, written and directed by Pablo Rosal, and performed by Malena Alterio and Luis Bermejo.
It is a production of Teatro del Barrio, which was born in 2013 with a vocation to participate in the citizen movement. With this play, the theatrical shows of A Escena Móstoles for the current season begin.Advertisement.
‘Los que hablan’ aims to rediscover, erased all the clues, the experience of the original character of the stage, the animal experience of the first speaker. The mold, the dummy. To present before the spectator pre-cultural beings, always fragile, on a tightrope, never finished, before becoming someone.

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The proposal is simple: a man and a woman sit at a table and talk. They talk to each other and about each other. Dialogues about the everyday, about the characters. The fragility, or strength, of words, protagonists by the simple fact of pronouncing them out loud. About his proposal, the author says:
–In an era in which the word has simply lost its integrity and its action we could consider, with the extreme irresponsibility that is the flag of our present use, to participate in this barbarism, in this coven, in this, like that, burning of books, and well loaded with cynicism, opportunism and any other ruse, to perpetrate more entertainment for the joy of the hapless civilization. But in an unknown gesture, always towards the unknown, we propose with an extemporaneous audacity to allow the divine of the word to be reborn in our lives forced to disbelieve.
Pablo Rosal from Barcelona is a debutant in Madrid. With a degree in Humanities, he also studied directing and dramaturgy at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona. He acted in several productions before deciding to write for the stage. He has already premiered Anita Coliflor, El día antes de la flor, Monsieur Apeine quiere hacer amigos and La Trilogía del Poeta.

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She is the daughter of Héctor Alterio Onorato and Ángela Bacaicoa Destéfano, and sister of Ernesto Alterio.[2] She is of Italian descent, her grandparents were originally from Carpinone, Molise.[3] When she was just a few months old, her family emigrated to Madrid after death threats against her father in her native Argentina.[4][5] In 2010 she also filmed in Alicante, Spain, starring alongside Fernando Tejero and Jorge Bosch,[22] which was released in theaters after winning 5 Biz Biz Biz Awards.[3] In 2010 she also filmed in Alicante after winning 5 Biz Biz Biz Awards.
In 2010 he also filmed in Alicante the film Cinco metros cuadrados, starring Fernando Tejero and Jorge Bosch,[22] which was released in theaters after winning 5 Golden Biznagas at the XIV Malaga Film Festival. [23] In March 2011 she won the 2010 Fotogramas de Plata award for Best Actress in Theater, for her play Madre Coraje y sus hijos.[24] She later joined the cast of the television series for La Sexta BuenAgente, which aired from May 5 to December 2, 2011.[25] She was also a member of the cast of the TV series for La Sexta BuenAgente, which aired from May 5 to December 2, 2011.[25] She was also a member of the cast of the TV series for La Sexta BuenAgente.

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0 comments Those who speak is a theatrical piece that aims to find again, erased all the clues, the experience of the original character of the stage, the animal experience of the first speaker. To show the human being suspended, trembling. To dispossess him of this absurd security that he has desperately obtained and to gloriously witness his trials, his honest failures.
Directed by Pablo Rosal and performed by Malena Alterio and Luis Bermejo, this play produced by Teatro del Barrio aims to return elementariness to the spectators, to congregate them in a great and intimate ‘I don’t know’. Let the verbiage die and make us find ourselves in the background, all of us, silent. Venue: Nicolás Salmerón Cultural Center (Chamartín).
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