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22–24 Feb

AFANYS D'AMOR PERDUTS

Sala Petita
February 22nd–24th

AFANYS D'AMOR PERDUTS

William Shakespeare

Sala Petita

February 22nd–24th

Pere Planella, co-founder of Teatre Lliure and Zitzània Teatre, is celebrating his 50th birthday this season as stage director with one of Shakespeare’s most refined comedies, contemporary of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Romeo and Juliet.

22 Feb 17 Mar

LA BONA PERSONA DE SEZUAN

Sala Gran
February 22nd – March 17th

LA BONA PERSONA DE SEZUAN

Bertolt Brecht

Sala Gran

February 22nd – March 17th

With this emblematic epic play, Bertolt Brecht offers an uncomfortable reflection. What are the limits of good intentions, especially when they do not forcefully and pragmatically confront material difficulties?

23 Feb 3 Mar

LA GALLINA DELS OUS D'OR

Sala Tallers
February 23rd – March 3rd

LA GALLINA DELS OUS D'OR

Zum-Zum Teatre

Sala Tallers

February 23rd – March 3rd

The farmers in this story did not waste time thinking about money and always shared out the little they had with whoever needed it most, but one day a hen on their farm laid a golden egg.

Can you imagine this happening to you?

La gallina dels ous d’or is a story that shows that money is only a tall story.

5 Mar

SE'NS N'HA ANAT EL SANTOS AL CEL

Sala Gran
Tuesday, 5/03/2019 20:00 

SE'NS N'HA ANAT EL SANTOS AL CEL

Carlos Santos i Jordi Oriol

Sala Gran

Tuesday, 5/03/2019 20:00 

Jordi Oriol, who worked with Carles Santos on his last creation, presents a musical show based on the symphonic work of the brilliant composer and the radical baton of Wanda Pirtrowska at the head of the Barcelona Symphony and Catalonia National Orchestra.

7–17 Mar

NOM

Sala Petita
March 7th–17th

NOM

Cesc Gelabert

Sala Petita

March 7th–17th

The TNC will programme a cycle of contemporary dance in which Cesc Gelabert will present his latest work. A multipolar dialogue, free of hierarchies, between performers/dancers, the musician, the lightning designer, the choreographer and the costume designer. A co-production of the Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, a specific capsule for the concrete space, with different improvisations and nuances in each session.

23 Mar 14 Apr

EL FUTUR

Sala Tallers
March 23rd – April 14th

EL FUTUR

Helena Tornero

Sala Tallers

March 23rd – April 14th

The girl meets the foreign man. It might not have happened, but it happens. The foreign man is fleeing his past. The girl is escaping her future. The foreign man wants to go to Stockholm to meet someone, but there are problems. To do with bureaucracy. And borders. The girl has just got her driving licence and wants to do something to make her father really angry. And just three days before, the girl's father bought a new car.

This whole story might not have happened, but it happens. It happened. It will happen. The future is that thing that, when it comes, ceases to exist. Can we flee from what does not exist?

28–31 Mar

ON GOLDBERG VARIATIONS / VARIATIONS

Sala Petita
March 28th–31st

ON GOLDBERG VARIATIONS / VARIATIONS

Mal Pelo

Sala Petita

March 28th–31st

After presenting the show Bach by María Muñoz all over the world, and its transmission to Federica Porello, in this new creation Mal Pelo continues the search for a profound and dynamic language between a group of dancers and musicians to enter into dialogue with the music of J. S. Bach using tools shared during the process.

10–21 Apr

EL JARDÍN DE LOS CEREZOS

Sala Gran
April 10th–21st

EL JARDÍN DE LOS CEREZOS

Anton Txèkhov

Sala Gran

April 10th–21st

Chekov wrote this “comedy” just before the 1905 Russian revolution, which would be a prelude to the profound transformations of the country with the end of tsarism. The play portrays the decline of the aristocracy and the loss of old privileges faced with the emergence of new social forces that have little to do with traditional values that are clearly disappearing.

25 Apr 12 May

STABAT MATER

Espai Magatzems
April 25th – May 12th

STABAT MATER

Antonio Tarantino - Bertolt Brecht

Espai Magatzems

April 25th – May 12th

Stabat Mater is the first part of the Quattro atti profani by Antonio Tarantino, together with Passione secondo Giovanni, Vespro della Beata Vergine and Lustrini. Over the years, the play has become a contemporary Italian theatre classic because of its verbal magnetism and ethical strength.

2–26 May

ORSINI

Sala Tallers
May 2nd–26th

ORSINI

Aleix Aguilà

Sala Tallers

May 2nd–26th

With this production by the Companyia Solitària, the playwright Aleix Aguilà reflects on the relations between violence and society. How is the power of the states expressed through violence? What mechanisms do citizens have to confront it?

15 May 22 Jun

EL GRAN MERCADO DEL MUNDO

Sala Gran
May 15th – June 22nd

EL GRAN MERCADO DEL MUNDO

Calderón de la Barca

Sala Gran

May 15th – June 22nd

Fame calls on everyone to go to the great market of the world. Everyone has a talent to buy what they desire and must use it to be happy. Innocence and Malice will accompany the purchasers. Figures such as Pride, Humility, Pleasure, Penitence or Disillusionment parade among the sellers. In the market you can buy anything, from Thought to Guilt. Meanwhile, Music watches over all and marks the rhythms.

30 May 30 Jun

EL DOLOR

Sala Petita
May 30th – June 30th

EL DOLOR

Marguerite Duras

Sala Petita

May 30th – June 30th

Ariadna Gil performs this autobiographical story directed by Lurdes Barba. A heartbreaking introspection of the intimacy of the writer, with all her contradictions, which at the same time dissects the upheavals of a period of suffering with extreme delicacy and devoid of any kind of grandiloquence.

11–12 Jul

KIND

Sala Gran
July 11th–12th

KIND

Peeping Tom

Sala Gran

July 11th–12th

Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier direct the third part of a family trilogy by the Belgian company Peeping Tom. Using childhood as a starting point, with its fears and desires, Kind investigates the changes of perspective in the way children see the world as they grow up, and how this translates into gestures and body language.

Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, SA.
Plaça de les Arts, 1 08013 Barcelona
Telephone: 933065700
E-mail: info@tnc.cat

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