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Dispara/ Agafa tresor / Repeteix

A series of short pieces that explore the personal and political effects of war on modern life. Global war is viewed from afar and close-up. Its devastating effects on countries and the people who inhabit them. A Playstation game and a stark and terrible reality. Mark Ravenhill, one of the most powerful voices in contemporary theatre, shows us an argument against war that shocks us and forces us to confront the stereotyped concepts of freedom, democracy and human rights.

Sílvia Bel / Boré Buika / Roger Casamajor / Àlex Casanovas / Mar Casas / Gonzalo Cunill / Mónica López / Carmen Machi / Àurea Márquez / Adrià Roca / Oriol Sans

translation Joan Sellent / set Pep Duran / costumes Nina Pawlowsky / make up Toni Santos / lighting Juanjo Llorens / sound Ramon Ciércoles / video Mar Orfila / sound track Mar Orfila and Josep Maria Mestres

director assistant Isra Solà / setting assistant Jose Novoa / trainee setting Sergi Corbera / lighting assistant Eduardo Valverde / trainee setting from the Institut del Teatre Gemma Raurell / trainee direction from the Institut del Teatre Javier García Bañasco

set up made by Taller d’escenografia Jordi Castells and Arts.cenics

produced by Teatre Lliure

thanks to Elisabeth Massana, Montserrat Pujol and Ester Sabaté

show in Catalan and Spanish
length: first part 1h. 30’ / interval 15’ / second part 1h. 15’
02/9 debate count on the presence of Mark Ravenhill
sobretítulos en castellano sábados noche a partir del 09/02
english subtitles on Saturday Night from 02/09
program in Braille available at the ticket office
performance accessible with subtitles for hearing impairment people and audio description for visually impaired people on 02/08
play recommended by the Servei Educatiu del Teatre Lliure