New approaches Small Hall

March

Pla-dur

Atzur

March, 30

8 p.m.

Duration

40 minutes

Languages

catalan

Price

15 euros

In recent times, the cleaning of tourist apartments and hotels, popularly known as "kellys", have made the deplorable situation in which they were forced to do their job much more noticeable. Pla-dur gives them a voice and, at the same time, extends the vision for common real estate speculation in Mediterranean cities. This multidisciplinary production, which received a second prize in the latest edition of the Teatre Principal's co-productions, combines several artistic registers, which two performers use with skill: models, lights, cameras, speakers, cleaning products... 

Aurora works cleaning tourist apartments. She likes doing her job well, cleaning thoroughly. But the race against time of the company is a pressure, as are the cervical areas, and the minimum wage and invisibility and the burden of tasks that are left to do when she gets home and... begins to feel an unstoppable impulse that leads to her doing a small action that will have consequences of a surreal dimension. 

With the support of the Teatre Principal de Palma, Antic Teatro, Espai jove Boca Nord, CFD Barcelona, La Lleialtat Santsenca and La Bonne


Director

Carme Gomila, Odile Carabantes

Visual realization

Carme Gomila, Odile Carabantes

Direction and Design

Rocío Manzano

Text

Andrea Sanz

Author

Cristina Cordero

Performance

Carme Gomila, Odile Carabantes

Production

Núria Santaló

Lighting design

Marc Lleixà

Sound design

Aurora Bauzà

Locution

Rocío Manzano

Design of models

Elionor Sintes

Design of scenery and costumes

Erkuden Fernández

Director

Carme Gomila, Odile Carabantes

Visual realization

Carme Gomila, Odile Carabantes

Direction and Design

Rocío Manzano

Text

Andrea Sanz

Author

Cristina Cordero

Performance

Carme Gomila, Odile Carabantes

Production

Núria Santaló

Lighting design

Marc Lleixà

Sound design

Aurora Bauzà

Locution

Rocío Manzano

Design of models

Elionor Sintes

Design of scenery and costumes

Erkuden Fernández

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