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L'oncle Vània

Anton Chekhov - Oskaras Koršunovas

MONTJUÏC
11/18 - 12/19/21
L'oncle Vània

BY
Anton Chekhov

DIRECTION
Oskaras Koršunovas
 
CAST
Ivan Benet
Kaspar Bindeman
Raquel Ferri
Anna Güell
Julio Manrique
Lluís Marco
Carme Sansa
Júlia Truyol 
 
TRANSLATION FROM RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Feliu Formosa in collaboration with Nina Avrova
 
SET
Gintaras Makarevicius

COSTUMES
Nídia Tusal

LUGHTING
Ganecha Gil

SOUND
Antanas Jasenka

VIDEO
Artis Dzerve 

DIRECTOR ASSISTANT
Daniela Feixas

SETTING ASSISTANT
Núria Torrell

COSTUMES ASSISTANT
Anna Ramon

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
Pere Capell 

STAGE MANAGER
Montse Alacuart 

SOUND TECHNICIAN
Santiago Vázquez 

VIDEO TECHNICIAN
Martín Elena

CATALAN/LITHUANIAN INTERPRETERS
Kristina Nastopkaite and Jolita Blyžyté

MANAGEMENT
Luz Ferrero

CHEIF MANAGER
Clàudia Flores

MANAGEMENT DIRECTION
Josep Domènech

MEDIA AND DISTRIBUTION
Bitò

TRAINEE DIRECTOR ASSISTANT
Kristina Kellnerová

TRAINEE SETTING ASSISTANT
Palmira Sabaté
 
COPRODUCTION
Teatre Lliure and Temporada Alta

THANKS TO
La Fageda Fundació

In a project supported by the Temporada Alta festival, the Lithuanian director Oskaras Koršunovas stages Anton Chekhov's Uncle Vanya with a Catalan team. The cast includes Ivan Benet, Raquel Ferri, Anna Güell, Julio Manrique, Lluís Marco, Carme Sansa and Júlia Truyol. It is a co-production with an international spirit, with its own imprint of the inner apocalypse of the Russian author's characters.

 
 

Uncle Vanya, which premièred at the Moscow Art Theatre in 1899, is one of the most important works of dramatic literature of the nineteenth century. Chekhov assigns an apocalyptic ending to each character: boredom, a wasted life, unrequited love, or endless work define its status as one of the Russian playwright's most bleak and representative works.

This co-production follows the decision taken by the Temporada Alta's a few years ago for some of its co-productions to have an international dimension, inviting an international director to lead a Catalan artistic and technical team. Since then, they have staged the productions Davant la jubilació [The Eve of Retirement], by Thomas Bernhard, directed by Poland's Krystian Lupa, The Coleman family omission [The omission of the Coleman family], directed by the Argentine director Claudio Tolcachir, La neta del senyor Lihn [Mr Lihn's granddaughter], directed by the Belgian Guy Cassier, and Història d’un senglar (o alguna cosa de Ricard) [Story of a wild boar (or something by Richard)], directed by Gabriel Calderón.

 

TIMETABLES
Wednesday to Saturday at 19:00
Sunday at 18:00

RUNNING TIME
Unknown

LANGUAGE
In Catalan

PLACE
Sala Fabià Puigserver