The best of the theatre in the circle of fine arts

Publicado el 2 June 2011
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Wolf Howl – Teatro Corsario

If you visit Madrid these days, remember that the circle of fine arts has proposed closer to the viewer the best theater of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. To do this from the 7 February and 21 may put in action his cycle “scene circle” where he makes a thorough review by works as those of Anton Chekhov and Samuel beckett classic or contemporary as Harold Pinter and Fernando Arrabal.

The cycle aims at defining a schedule in which the viewer has access to the best theatre at affordable prices, that on this occasion have been established in 12,00 EUR per reduced entry and 15,00 Euros for general admission.

In the poster of this first cycle of scene circle included works by Anton Chekhov, Johan August Strndberg, Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter and Fernando Arrabal.

The schedule includes an approach to theater more current proposals such as that of mounting “Howls” of the company Teatro Corsario, a puppet show for adults show that stems from a long tradition, encompassing mythological as Cupid and psyche. Also fairy tales as the snow white and Sleeping beauty, these enduring symbols of adolescence that often were subject of anthropological studies and gave rise to lengthy discussions psychoanalytic.

The garden of the cherry – Chejov

The cycle begins precisely with “Howls”, work that is part of a drama pioneer and innovator, deeply identified with the contemporary theatre. The schedule continues with proposals such as: Vania , reality and desire; Abierto-Tejido tissue Becker; The lover; Creditors; The cherry garden and Fando y Lis.

Successive cycles of Scene circle will always have a common denominator, which explain the authorities of the circle of fine arts, can be related with an author, a time, with a theme or a genderas axis.

Presentations are held in the Teatro Fernando de Rojas, Círculo de Bellas Artes in the calle Alcalá number 42 in the city of Madrid, at 8 p.m. from Tuesday to Saturday and Sunday days 19 hours.

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