Theater play “No queda nadie vivo?” By Shirō Maeda
Let’s enjoy a theater play this time 🎭.
The premiere “¿No queda nadie vivo?” by the Japanese playwright Shirō Maeda will take place in the Valle Inclán room of Royal School of Dramatic Art of Madrid.
Shirō Maeda writes in this comedy a call to life for eighteen characters doomed to the fate of their imminent death, who carve their future at every step with the ingenuity of everyday life. It is an existentialist comedy in which humor leads us to a reflection on the human and its fleeting presence in this world, in which to laugh and think.
Director Iván López-Ortega will bring his western vision of the text to the stage, adding a parallelism with Japanese thought and the concept of kintsugi. For this, the show will have a very broad cast to face the author's proposal: a group of eighteen actors, who put their skin to embody humanity on a blank canvas.
Maeda's text reached the Spanish language thanks to the publication of the work by the Satori publishing house in Protected content , in an edition in collaboration with the Japan Foundation.
How to register: free entry until full capacity is reached, prior registration by WhatsApp in the numbers Protected content
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