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The Royal Theater considers the covid outbreak under control on the eve of the premiere of ‘Peter Grimes’ | Culture

The address of the Royal Theatre has offered this morning explanations about its performance before the outbreak of 24 positive cases registered in March among its workers, among soloists, actors, artistic production staff, offices and members of the choir, in a press conference called to also present the premiere of his new production, the opera […]

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The Royal Theater identifies a contagion in the massive screening of the last three days | Culture

Yolanda Auyanet (Norma) during the interpretation of ‘Casta Diva’, by Bellini.Javier del Real / Teatro Real The Royal Theater has made public this Thursday in a statement that it carried out 453 coronavirus analyzes on its workers between April 5 and 7. On the first day of screening, one positive was detected among the 56 […]

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The Community of Madrid counts 24 cases of covid in the Royal Theater since March 15 | Culture

In the foreground, the soloists Yolanda Auyanet, Michael Spyres and Roberto Tagliavini, surrounded by members of the Teatro Real choir in a performance of the opera ‘Norma’.JAVIER DEL REAL / TEATRO REAL The Ministry of Health of the Community of Madrid has counted 24 infected with coronavirus in the Teatro Real since last March 15, […]

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The timid return of the theater in Latin America: between tragedy and innovation | Culture

In February, when Chile celebrated being the most rapidly vaccinated country in Latin America, six actors were ready to present a play by Jean Anouilh, Ladies’ orchestra. The cast was luxurious —Luis Gnecco, Tomás Vidiella, Cristián Campos— and the theater was one of the most important in Santiago: the Oriente Theater. The piece, set in […]

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Helen Mirren, on World Theater Day: “I’m anxious” | Culture

“What a difficult period for the entertainment world, for all the artists, technicians, stagehands and for the women who have fought for this profession so stigmatized by economic insecurity.” So begins the official message of World Theater Day, which takes place this Saturday, commissioned this year to the well-known British actress Helen Mirren (London, 75 […]

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The time change threatens the oldest drive-in theater in Spain | Culture

The Drive-in of Dénia, on May 14 of last year, in the first film session after the confinement.Monica Torres From December until the summer, every day it gets dark a little later in Spain. Now, around 7:30 p.m., the sun has declined enough on the Valencian coast for the projection of a film to begin […]

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After the Odéon, the theater occupation movement spread throughout France

The Odéon will remain busy. And you are no longer alone. A week after a group of artists and other workers from the union settled in the emblematic Paris theater, the nerve center of the May 1968 revolution, the movement to occupy theaters to demand more aid to the sector due to the pandemic it […]

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Theater, careers and a computer: this is how Juan Diego Botto lived the Goya awards ceremony

Juan Diego Botto, nominated for best supporting actor for his work in The Europeans, had a performance at the Juan Bravo theater in Segovia of the play A moonless night Saturday night. The performance ended when the red carpet of the 35th edition of the Goya Awards began. He rushed out of the theater, walked […]

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Hannah Arendt, theater against totalitarianism | Culture

In The Origins of Totalitarianism, the philosopher Hannah Arendt (Hannover, 1906 – New York, 1975) analyzes the conditions that favor the emergence of dictatorships. Isolation, lack of future, legal uncertainty, fear: circumstances that are easy to see in the context of the pandemic. This observation was what prompted the playwright and actress Karina Garantivá to […]

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Barbara Lennie is hungry for theater (and cinema)

A year ago but it seems like a thousand. The tentacular Pablo Remón had presented The mariachis; Dreams and visions of Rodrigo Rato, written with Roberto Martín, was going to return to the ambigu of Pavón in May, and in June it would be presented Fictions, his new comedy, with Bárbara Lennie, Irene Escolar and […]

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