Romeu i Julieta I Projecte Ingenu, 5 years and 3 Shakespeares

By William Shakespeare Director Marc Chornet Artells

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Projecte Ingenu has grown and, in Shakespeare, has found a teacher who has helped to shape the company’s artistic identity. Now that Projecte Ingenu is celebrating its fifth anniversary, we want to offer the public the chance to see these three plays again in the most Shakespearean theatre in Barcelona: Teatre Akadèmia.

HAMLET. It was seduction, discovering ourselves, our language and all the possibilities that lay before us.
ROMEU I JULIETA. The passion of feeling all our strength, insouciance and carnality.
VAIG SER PRÒSPER. It was the painful but necessary farewell, the rupture. The abandonment of words and the leap into the abyss.

Synopsis

Romeo and Juliet is the story of a first love, and a last love. The story of two young people trying to break free from the inherited hatred that won’t let them love, that won’t let them love each other. When they meet, Romeo and Juliet are naive and their love is pure, complete, absolute. But this joy is fleeting. The moment at which they realise their love will forever be conditioned by the hatred between their families is the beginning of a fatal destiny that ends with the lovers’ deaths. Their inheritance kills them. Romeo and Juliet is the story of how we cannot break free from what we inherit.

Cast:
Roser Tapias (Juliet)
Cristina López (Prince and Servant)
Cristina Arenas (Friar Laurence and Servant)
Rosa Serra (Mercutio)
Neus Pàmies (Benvolio)
Joan Codina (Capulet)
Xavier Torra (Lady Capulet, Tybalt and Paris)
Toni Guillemat (The Nurse)

Artistic details

Author: William Shakespeare
Translation into Catalan: Marc Chornet Artells and Anna Maria Ricart
Director: Marc Chornet Artells
Stage design: Laura Clos (Closca)
Lighting: Justo Gallego
Costume design: Laura Clos (Closca) and Teresa del Junco
Characterisation: Txus González
Assistant director: Cristina López
Movement: Víctor Rodrigo
Voice director: Neus Pàmies and Rosa Serra
Photography: Andrea Torres
Teatre Akadèmia team:
Artistic director: Guido Torlonia
Manager and head of production: Meri Notario
Head of communication: Míriam Font
Audience management: Rubén Salinas
Assistant art. director: Isabelle Bres
Theatre manager: Enrique Vallejo
Technical manager: Lluís Serra