A Chekhov stripped back to its essence as only Rigola can achieve to explore death, love and the craft of theatre, featuring a spectacular cast
Alex Rigola’s relationship with Anton Chekhov is one of gradual stripping back. The only artifice he maintains is a minimal theatrical convention. After the magnificent Ivanov and Vanya, he now tackles The Seagull to explore love and theatre. Three actresses, two actors and a playwright / director talking about their desires and love for theatre. A starting point for many concerns, personal and professional, to reach the essence of dying, loving and theatre. An experience with all the potential for raw emotions we felt with the spectacular starkness of Vanya.
From the same director
Aquell país no descobert que no deixa tornar de les seves fronteres cap dels seus viatgers (TA19), Un enemigo del pueblo (TA18), Macho man (TA18), Vania (TA17), Who is me. Pasolini (TA16), Migranland (TA13), El policía de las ratas (TA13), Macbeth (TA12), Nixon-Frost (TA09), Días mejores (TA08), 2666 (TA07), La nit just abans dels boscos (TA06), Ricard III (TA05), European House (TA05)