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Meursault, the protagonist of L'Etranger, Camus' first novel, has committed an incomprehensible crime: he has killed an Arab in cold blood, after an incident in which he was only indirectly involved. But in fact, what brings Meursault to the guillotine is not that particular crime but his indifference to life, his inability to assimilate and accept the code of values ​​and patterns of behaviour of the society in which he lives. Meursault could rebel against it, but rebelling would after all mean taking action, taking sides.

Ferran Carvajal / Francesc Orella
veus en off Andreu Benito / Carles Martínez / Xicu Masó / Vicenta Ndongo

translation Rodolf Sirera / adaptation Carles Alfaro and Rodolf Sirera / set and lighting Carles Alfaro / costumes María Araujo / make up Toni Santos / sound space José Antonio Gutiérrez / sound Roc Mateu / audiovisuals Martín Elena

director assistant Paula Mariscal / setting assistant María de Frutos / technical coordination Jaume Ventura / trainee from Màster Oficial Interuniversitari d’Estudis Teatrals MÍriam Lleó / management Nati Sarriá / management director Josep Domènech

set up made by Castells i Planas

co-produced by Teatre Lliure and EL CANAL - Centre d'Arts Escèniques Salt/Girona

thanks to Andreu Benito, Carles Martínez Xicu Masó and Vicenta Ndongo

show in Catalan from L’Étranger de Albert Camus © Éditions Gallimard for the original novel
approximate length 1h. 30’ no interval

debate with the artistic crew after the show on 04/28

school performance on 04/30 at 17:00
play recommended by the Servei Educatiu del Teatre Lliure