Theater Great Hall
From 8 to 20 euros
An alliance between Teatre Principal de Palma, Sala Beckett of Barcelona and Teatre Kamikaze of Madrid takes to the stage the new ways young people relate to fiction. The digital revolution has caused curious formulas. One of the most striking and efficient ways has been created by BookTubers or, in other words, YouTubers with their own book review channel. This is the case of Andrea, who at the tender age of 18, has a potential influence that is the envy of the most prestigious cultural supplements. Her influence is based on 300,000 followers who keep an eye on her channel every day to listen to her comments. This teenager has a clear idea of what fiction should be like to improve her surrounding environment. However, one day her ideals waver when she discovers a novel that narrates her own life. With this story, Cristina Clemente won the Playwriting Tournament in the latest edition of the Temporada Alta Festival, held in Girona. Her fragmentary and assembled writing about different points of view destroys the cliché that young people today do not read. In addition, she briefly touches the worrying subject of how social media encourages identities to multiply.
Roser Vilajosana and Vicka Duran
Playwriting advice on gender-related matters
Assistant stage manager
MUET internship student
Coproduced by Sala Beckett, El Pavón Teatro Kamikaze and Teatre Principal de Palma