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[Production and stage direction: Sara Molina Doblas, based on Federico García Lorca’s Play Without a Title // Cast: Ana Contreras, Mónica Francés, Cristina García Morales, Malick Gueye, Álvaro Holgado, Queen Idehen, Borja López, José Luis Lucas, Victoria Mariani, Seriye Mbaye, Santiago Ortiz Casanova, José Antonio Pérez Ferrer, Miguel Rojo, José Manuel Ruiz Martínez]

It may be the same play, but my take on it in 2019 is different from that of the first version in 1995. However, I continue to focus directly on the concept of truth and the dialogue of the piece with the present moment, as well as on the possibility offered by the play in terms of revealing the intimate and collective truth that may emerge from the many individuals that make this unique team each time we meet.

Play Without a Title is an unfinished, interrupted, and foreboding piece in regard to the events it relates. It is divided into three acts, of which we only have the first, a fragment that we use as a device. None of the performers is a specific character, out of the more than seventeen that the piece proposes. Our version fragments the text, repeats scenes, and is tragicomic. It is a continuous dialogue with what is written and what is missing, which then becomes alive, eloquent, wrong, mysterious, necessary or superfluous. Our own. Contemporary. The second and third acts will be written on the blank page of the stage, in an elaborate and reflexive now, but they are at the same time full of adventure, taking risks. They will be written in such a way that they can later be erased and allow thought to maintain its commitment to the piece. Appearing again to bear witness. Testimony of the encounter, effort, and error. The words are dense, sovereign, and evident. They leave us naked and ridiculous. Witnessing a reencounter. The exhibition of something intimate. Of what is missing, what is not, the unfinished, the words of the other. The dimension of intimacy and politics are brought together by the structure, the intention, and the extension. And, through this convergence, something out of each participant’s singularity emerges at the heart of the theatrical discourse.”

Sara Molina Doblas


Ticket sales: Online sales via Redentradas// Phone: 958 10 81 81 // Ticket offices at the Isabel la Católica Theater, Redentradas Kiosk (Acera del Casino) and starting from one hour before the start of the show at the Federico García Lorca Center if tickets are still available.

Price: General € 18.50 // Students € 15.50 Once the show starts, the public will not be allowed to enter the theater.

Once the show starts, the public will not be allowed to enter the theater.

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