Theater Great Hall

October

Un tercer lugar

Denise Despeyroux

October, 26

8 p.m.

Duration

110 minutes

Languages

Spanish

Price

from 8 to 20 euros

Un tercer lugar, (A Third Place), a clever and sentimental comedy by the Uruguayan author and director Denise Despeyroux. The good kind of entertainment. A regular on independent circuits and an indisputable benchmark in contemporary new theatre writing, her work is based around concerns of a certain existential nature and a marked tendency towards depictions of the heart and its ins and outs. And also its edges. In this show, which enjoyed a very successful premiere at the Teatro Español, six deeply neurotic characters try to interact with one another as well as they can, and also love one another the best they know how to. Which isn´t easy. Six interlinked figures in this intricate sentimental map, actively searching for love. Interwoven stories created with an intelligent absurd humour and brilliant dialogue that has echoes of Woody Allen or Cortázar. A fresco of the incapacity of human beings to communicate with one another that is as hilarious as it is deeply emotive. The “third place” is, according to Despeyroux, a strange and alien place that must be felt before it is found.

Author and Director

Denise Despeyroux

Cast

Íñigo Rodríguez, Vanessa Rassero, Giovanni Bosso, Sara Torres, Pietro Olivera, Denise Despeyroux

Adaptation and text

Denise Despeyroux

Director Assistance

Paula Foncea

Scenery

Eudardo Moreno

Costume designer

Paola De Diego

Music

Pablo Despeyroux

Lighting

Pau Fullana

Sound

Mariano García

Fotographer

Sergio Parra

Voice-over

Bárbara Lennie, Pablo Messiez

Author and Director

Denise Despeyroux

Cast

Íñigo Rodríguez, Vanessa Rassero, Giovanni Bosso, Sara Torres, Pietro Olivera, Denise Despeyroux

Adaptation and text

Denise Despeyroux

Director Assistance

Paula Foncea

Scenery

Eudardo Moreno

Costume designer

Paola De Diego

Music

Pablo Despeyroux

Lighting

Pau Fullana

Sound

Mariano García

Fotographer

Sergio Parra

Voice-over

Bárbara Lennie, Pablo Messiez

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