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Ghosts, hits and theater off

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Antonio Castro Jiménez es el autor del libro 'El teatro de Lara', que este año celebra su 135 aniversario.

Lara Theater

Now the Lara Theater is a small delight located in one of the best areas of the city for cultural purposes: the Corredera Baja de San Pablo, Malasaña, where it coexists with decadent elements that make you dream of a false bohemian. However, in 1880, the year of its foundation, the place did not seem so favorable. "It was an area in the center of Madrid that, being very popular, did not enjoy a good reputation," writes Antonio Castro Jiménez, a chronicler of the town, in the book El teatro de Lara, which was recently presented through a theatrical visit. The press did not bet on this theater lost in that jumble of dark streets, but here it is, and this year it celebrates its 135th anniversary.

It was founded by Cándido Lara, who was called a butcher because he had earned his first money selling steaks in the Antón Martín market. Alfonso XII reigned and the subway, electricity or Gran Vía did not yet exist. Carnicero became a prominent man: he made his fortune as a supplier to the liberal army during the Second Carlist War and became a senator. Several works by the Nobel Prize winner Jacinto Benavente were premiered on the theater's tables, which are accessed after passing its three famous cast iron column halls, such as Los Interests Ventes, in 1907 (the public, after the premiere, carried the the playwright to his house), or El amor brujo, by Manuel de Falla, just a century ago. And around here still walks, according to legend, Lola Membrives, the actress whose ghost, some have heard sing.

The Lara had a large billboard during its first decades, with up to 30 weekly performances. "Here the precursor of the current microteatro, the 'theater by hours', was offered short pieces at reduced prices to attract the less affluent public," says Castro. It was in danger of disappearing before the Civil War and after its closure in the eighties, until it reopened in 1994. Lately the theater has been in good health and is no less crowded than it was in the beginning: around 25 performances are performed a week.

During the last 10 years Antonio Fuentes has been at the helm, who came from working in large multinationals. An experience, that of the company, not so common in the world of culture and that he says helped him a lot: "A theater is a company with very small profit margins. It also gives you satisfaction when you fill the rooms and watch the people enjoy people".

Among its latest innovations, in addition to the monthly payment of 20 euros for five functions, was the opening of the ancient theater to the most contemporary creation, creating the Off Room, first in its hall and now in the basement, which is open to small performances. companies of the vigorous alternative scene. Part of the current prestige of a director and playwright such as Miguel del Arco came from this hall, where he premiered in 2010 The function to be done, based on Pirandello. Even so, what really makes money are the great contemporary classics, of a more commercial nature, like La Llamada or Burundanga, which fill and fill seats. "Let's say that one thing subsidizes the other," says the director. And although many theaters of his time have disappeared, or have had to change their name to a cold commercial brand, Don Cándido's candy box, as they called it, is still there.

Performing Arts and Music Grants and Grants: INAEM

Thursday, December 10, 2015

INAEM - RETOM

The INAEM publishes in the Official State Gazette in February the call for aid to dance and music for amounts ranging from 15,000 to 100,000 euros as part of the aid program to encourage dance and music, contemplating both tours at the national level. national as well as abroad.

Regarding the music section, this support is intended for performers and lyric and music groups that tour Spain; tours of the national territory of new lyrical and musical creation projects, and lyric and music groups for tours of inter-regional projects.

In the international section, the grants are aimed at performers and lyric and music groups that rotate abroad, non-profit entities of state scope that carry out lyric and music activities, festivals, exhibitions, contests and conferences of lyric and music, scenic and musical spaces and entities that organize lyrical seasons, composition commissions linked to premiere.

It also includes complementary aid programs for lyrical and musical communication with the Insular Autonomous Communities and the Cities with the Statute of Autonomy of Ceuta and Melilla.

For the evaluation of the projects, the following will be taken into account:

  • The nature or national projection of the activity or project. For this purpose, its extension throughout the national territory or its representative character of the Spanish cultural heritage in its rich diversity will be taken into account.
  • Its international projection, or degree of diffusion and repercussion that it may have abroad, favoring the knowledge of Spanish cultural heritage beyond our borders. Projects to promote Spanish dance, lyric and music in America will have special consideration.
  • The artistic and technical quality of the project, and that it keeps an adequate proportion with the cost of the project.
  • His contribution to the recovery, preservation and dissemination of the Spanish choreographic, lyrical and musical heritage, made with information, historical criteria and respect for sources.
  • The social profitability generated by the project or activity. Special attention will be paid to its possible positive impact on disadvantaged groups or at risk of exclusion, as well as its contribution to attracting new audiences and to the territorial rebalancing of the choreographic, lyrical and musical offerings in Spain.
  • The innovative nature of the project, the use of new information technologies as a mechanism for dissemination, advertising, commercialization and recording of tours, festivals and performances, where appropriate, and, on the other hand, new creations will be addressed. the originality and quality of adaptations of existing works.
  • The stability, trajectory and solvency of the applicants, the consistency and cultural interest of their projects, as well as their coherence with the budget presented.

The deadline for submitting applications is thirty calendar days from the day following the publication of the call in the Official State Gazette and remember that the call is usually published in February.

All information here

Multipurpose Pavilion of Sports and Performing Arts of the Holy Spirit

Monday, November 30, 2015

Espinardo has the peculiarity of being the youngest neighborhood in the city of Murcia and of combining the character of town and city.

One of the most anticipated works, the multipurpose sports and performing arts pavilion, is now available to the Espinarderos, by the municipal architect José Carlos Miquel.

This new infrastructure, which allows combining the sporting use of a covered sports hall with the scenic use (dance, theater and music), has been carried out in two phases.

Multipurpose Pavilion of Sports and Performing Arts of the Holy Spirit

The first has been the construction and sports equipment part.

The second phase is the stage equipment, which has involved the installation of acoustic and lighting systems for cultural use, as well as a removable stage.

Industrias Maquiescenic manufactures and installs a set of motorized cuts, which in addition to their lifting function for the lighting, sound or decoration equipment, in particular can be moved one by one by a rail translation system through the entire pavilion giving a freedom of movement and versatility, all controlled by a SIEMAQ wireless control system

Additionally, winches are installed to lift basketball hoops and sectional curtains to separate spaces.

The installation is completed by stage curtains such as the mouth curtain, American curtain, legs and black camera backdrop, PVC cyclorama, curtains for side closing, stage skirt and motorized rail for the american curtain.

The installation of dimmers, rack, splitter, dimmerized and direct circuits, projectors of various types such as cutouts, plano-convex lens, PAR64, asymmetric panoramas, electrified bars, etc. They give the spectacular lighting necessary to this multipurpose construction.

Published the Enrédate 2016 catalog (1st Semester)

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Andalusian Agency of Cultural Institutions

On November 11, 2015, the catalog of show offers for the programming corresponding to the first half of 2016 of Enrédate, Andalusian Network of Public Theaters, was published on the website of the Andalusian Agency for Cultural Institutions.

You can check the publication in the following link Enrédate catalog 2016

The Circus Theater of Murcia

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

The Circus Theater of Murcia

The Teatro Circo de Murcia is a building designed by Justo Millán in 1892, in the current Enrique Villar street, which served as a theater, cinematograph, circus and place of shows. After a period of neglect, it has been restored to become a theater and concert hall again.

Starting from the restoration, the daily life of this center requires maintenance that includes repairs and additional accessories to be able to continue its day to day in the best conditions that this center deserves.

On this occasion, Industrias Maquiescenic performs the fine-tuning of the existing motorized cutting systems, and complements the stage equipment with the supply of chain motors, aluminum truss, and other accessories to expand the system, also adapting the existing control system .

The Film Festival is back: tickets at 2.90 euros on November 3, 4 and 5

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Movie party

The ninth edition of the Film Festival is celebrated throughout Spain these days; Tuesday 3, Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 November. With this event, organized by the Confederation of Spanish audiovisual producers (FAPAE), the Federation of Film Distributors (FEDICINE), the Federation of Spanish Cinemas (FECE) and the Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts (ICAA) It seeks to encourage attendance at movie theaters and show the appreciation of the Industry to the audience.

As in previous editions, spectators will have to register on the website www.fiestadelcine.com from Wednesday September 30th to get accreditation that will allow them to enjoy a reduced price per ticket during the three days of the event. Those under 14 and those over 60 will not have to register on the web.

As usual, in this new edition you can continue to buy tickets for the Film Festival through three different sales channels: box office, ticket sales machines located in movie theaters, and common online sales platforms.

Spectators who purchase their tickets at the box office must show the accreditation at the time of purchase, while those who purchase their tickets either at the ATMs or on the Internet must show the accreditation of the Film Festival at the control point of access to the room.

LUXURY BILLBOARD

Spectators who attend the Film Festival will be able to enjoy, among others, the latest film by Spanish directors such as Alejandro Amenábar or Alex de la Iglesia, the new works of international actors and directors such as Woody Allen, Ricardo Darín, Hugh Jackman, Matt Daemon, Guillermo del Toro, Vin Diesel, Johnny Depp, Rober DeNiro, Dustin Hoffman ... and with leading figures from our cinema such as Luis Tosar, Javier Gutierrez, Carmelo Gómez, Javier Cámara, María León, Gorka Otxoa, Inma Cuesta, Mario Casas and Eduardo Noriega among others.

Among other films will be available during the Film Festival: Amama, Black Mass, Del Revés, El Becario, The Corpse of Anna Fritz, The Choir, The Unknown, The King of Havana, The Last Witch Hunter, Everest, Coup de State, Hitman, Hotel Transylvania 2, Irrational Man, Scarlet Peak, Drowned Beach, Wednesdays Don't Exist, Mars, My Big Night, Pan, Paranomal Activity: Phantom Dimension, Regression, Truman, Vulcania and Me, Him and Raquel.

ACCREDITATIONS:

  • Veterans Accreditations
  • If you have accredited for the Film Festival in other editions, enter your email and date of birth, you will receive your accreditation in your email. If you accredited with a group and want to make modifications, DO NOT USE this option, select NEW ACCREDITATION.
  • New accreditations
  • If you have not had the opportunity to accredit yourself in previous editions, you have to choose New Accreditation: you can register individually or in groups (up to 10 companions). If you register as a group, you will receive in your email the accreditations of all the people that you accredited in your group.
  • New accreditations with groups
  • The group is not modifiable, if you have more friends or relatives who wish to register, they can do so with an email address different from yours.

You still have time to register and benefit from the movie party, it's easy from here

FIT Cádiz 2015 - 30 Ibero-American Theater Festival of Cádiz
Edition 2015 from October 16 to 24

Friday, October 23, 2015

30 Ibero-American Theater Festival of Cádiz

From last 16 to October 24, the thirtieth edition of the Ibero-American Theater Festival of Cádiz is held.

We recall below this year's program.





















Program 30 Ibero-American theater festival of Cádiz 2015

Le petit studio cinéma

Le petit studio cinéma

Wandering Puppet Company and Cachivache Productions

SPAIN. Le Petit Studio Cinéma is a small theater of ingenuities and fairground cinema where Georges Méliès and his daughter Georgette bring us drawings and images that come to life, optical devices that contain the essence of cinema, thaumatropes, phenakistiscopes, praxinoscopes and zootropes that rotate and rotate at 16 images per second, tricking our retinas to create the magic of movement ... Let yourself be sucked into a magical world of illusions and visual deception.

SQUARE OF SAN ANTONIO
Thursday 22 Time: 06:00 p.m. Duration: 20'

SQUARE OF SAN ANTONIO
Friday 23 Time: 06:00 p.m. Duration: 20'

SQUARE OF SAN ANTONIO
Saturday 24 Time: 12:00 a.m. Duration: 20'

Las ideas

Las ideas

Federico León

ARGENTINA. Ideas make us penetrate the life and mental universe of an artist. We assist from the inside towards the transformation of an open idea, how it takes shape, grows and acquires a definitive expression. Sometimes, real life breaks into the creative process, but just as often, artistic experiences break into the everyday. Abstract ideas and concrete events influence each other like a frenzied ping-pong match. The memory of the artist is our only thread. Until he starts to doubt ...

Central Dairy Room
Wednesday 21 Time: 08:00 p.m. Duration: 60'

Central Dairy Room
Thursday 22 Time: 06:30 p.m. Duration: 60'

El grito en el cielo

El grito en el cielo

La zaranda

SPAIN. These destinations that end the pilgrimage of their lives, were deposited as deteriorated organs in this aseptic nursing home, with no hope other than palliative sedation that disintegrates them into nothingness. Treatments, rehabilitation sessions, and therapies (including the arts such as physical exercise or entertainment) routinely occupy the twilight of their days.

Great Falla Theater
Thursday 22 Time: 10:00 p.m. Duration: 80'

Mediterranean circus

Circo mediterráneo

Rolabola

SPAIN. After a performance of "El Circo Mediterráneo" the spectator will be able to take home a good handful of laughter and a bottle of the best contemporary circus in a show designed for all audiences in a broad sense, because it focuses, attracts and likes all possible viewers: children, youth and adults. The circus has always had a universal component: for all ages, tastes and backgrounds; This common language is the one that we recover thanks to our artists, who add the attractiveness and renewal that the circus has experienced today.

BALUARTE DE LA CANDELARIA
Thursday 22 Time: 08:00 p.m. Duration: 70'

BALUARTE DE LA CANDELARIA
Friday 23 Time: 08:00 p.m. Duration: 70'

Mar

Mar

Teatro de los andes-teatro malayerba

Bolivia, Ecuador. It starts from the fact of the War of the Pacific and what this fact represented for Bolivian society. It is intended to be a poetic allegory of the loss of the coastline and the absence-presence "of a sea" in the imagination, in the aspirations, in the collection of a historical debt and the metaphorical character that this loss assumes for each one of the Bolivians.

Tía Norica Puppet Theater
Thursday 22 Time: 08:00 p.m. Duration: 90'

El loco y la camisa

El loco y la camisa

Banfield Teatro Ensamble

ARGENTINA. The subjective, when linked to the concept of madness, perhaps becomes objective. Who are the crazy and who are the healthy? There is no greater madness than to live in continuous lies. Unreality goes mad and perverts. And evil ..., which feeds itself without rest.

Central Dairy Room
Friday 23 Time: 08:00 p.m. Duration: 75'

Central Dairy Room
Saturday 24 Time: 06:00 p.m. Duration: 75'

Otelo

Otelo

Gabriel Chamé

ARGENTINA. In a staging totally stripped of everyday realism, the physical game and the white verse of the English teacher face and complement each other in a playful, hilarious and absurd language. Respecting Othelo's text, his poetry, and dramatic tension, I delve into the intentions of the characters through the comic gag, generating a sinister irony in the tragedy. Without solemnity, the relationship between the tragic and the comic, as keys to classical and contemporary theater.

Tía Norica Puppet Theater
Friday 23 Time: 10:00 p.m. Duration: 100'

El clan de la nube

El clan de la nube

Animasur

SPAIN. It is a clan of thieves pursued by the relentless shadow of a cloud. There, wherever they go, the cloud moves behind them as a harbinger of the storm that is about to break.

CENTRAL MARKET
Saturday 24 Time: 01:00 p.m. Duration: 60'

Floten Tecles

Floten Tecles

David Moreno & Cia.

SPAIN. A pianist who wants to elevate his music to the stars. A show where David Moreno plays the piano and sings hanging six meters high in a vertical position. Music, cinema, special effects, humor, poetry ... surprising minutes where the stage is heaven.

PLAZA DE LA CATEDRAL
Saturday 24 Time: 08:30 p.m. Duration: 35'

The dance of the death

The dance of the death

Efimer

SPAIN. We propose a new way to feel the party. With the help of a thousand effects and a 5 meter tall skeleton, The Dance Of The Death will turn the street into a real festival!

PLAZA DE LA CATEDRAL
Saturday 24 Time: 09:00 p.m. Duration: 60'

Cuando yo era...

Cuando yo era...

Eva Yerbabuena, Ballet Flamenco

SPAIN. Overture - Prologue - The Potter's Workshop - Fair - El Reñiero - Carnival - The Interrogation - Epilogue

What destiny has we lived! Three, two, one ... One date. One hour. A new countdown that begins in an instant in which we are pure crying, pure time, pure truth. Without memory or omission, without defeat or victory, without hatred and without love, like clay waiting to be molded, we make ourselves visible to the world so that it helps us to create ourselves (...) and in whose fears of oblivion and omission we will cease to exist, And, it does not matter if in the form of a dream, fiction or non-truth ... always in the last answer there will be another possible world.

Great Falla Theater
Saturday 24 Time: 10:00 p.m. Duration: 80'

Source: www.fitdecadiz.org

FIT - Vitoria-Gasteiz International Theater Festival
Edition 2015 from October 9 to November 29

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Vitoria-Gasteiz International Theater Festival

The International Theater Festival wants to take advantage of its 40th edition to highlight the past of the festival and give prominence to the public that has supported it for 40 years, giving it a new dimension.

The festival is more alive than ever. It insists in a renewed and current way on the objectives that motivated its creation: to be a showcase for the most avant-garde trends in national and international performing arts; to be a meeting and debate place for the agents that intervene in the theater and to give maximum prominence to the public.

In this edition the festival intends to go one step further and actively involve all those people, who with their presence year after year have made it possible for the festival to celebrate its forty years on stage. It aspires to be a turning point from which the protagonism of the public has a qualitatively superior role.

The programming will feature international and national companies, avant-garde theater, in which the closeness between actor and audience constitutes its main identity feature, in addition to its performance in unconventional spaces.

Collaboration with local companies and actors is reinforced with their own productions designed to celebrate this fortieth edition.

Gatherings between actors and audiences, conferences on various aspects of the performing arts, radio theater, workshops with great theater directors ... will complement this special program.

The curtain will rise on a great work of the European avant-garde: Krapp's Last Tape, by Nobel Prize winner Samuel Beckett, directed by Peter Stein, one of the most prominent theater directors of the European avant-garde. It will be a real honor to be able to see Klaus María Branda on the Vitoria stage.

Season tickets and ticket sales
Dates and times for ticket sales

- Season tickets: Teatro Principal ticket office, tel. 945 161 045 and the Internet.
September 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 01:00 p.m. and from 06:30 p.m. to 08:30 p.m.
September 18 and 19 from 06:30 p.m. to 08:30 p.m.
September 20 online only.

- Open subscription: Main Theater box office and tel. 945161045.
September 22 from 10:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
September 23 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
September 24 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Starting on September 26 at regular box office hours.

- Advance sale: Lockers, tel. 945 161 045 and the Internet.
September 25, from 10:00 a.m. to 08:30 p.m.

- Ordinary sale: Box office, tel. 945 161 045 and the Internet
Starting on September 26 at regular box office hours.

- Shows at the Civic Theaters (points of sale in addition to the Main Theater) from 10:00 a.m. to 08:30 p.m.:
Jesús Ibáñez de Matauco Theater (C.C. Hegoalde)
Federico García Lorca Theater (C.C. Lakua)
Félix Petite Theater (C.C. Ibaiondo)

General information: schedules, discounts ...

Source: www.vitoria-gasteiz.org

Festival de San Sebastián / Festival Internacional de Cine de San Sebastián
Presentation of the 63rd edition

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Among others, they have confirmed their attendance: Sienna Miller, Tom Hiddleston, Luke Evans, Ellen Page, Emily Blunt, Benicio del Toro, Tim Roth, Laurie Anderson, Karin Viard, Isabelle Carré, Ricardo Darín, Raphael and Alejandro Amenábar.

San Sebastian International Film Festival

On September 4, the presentation of the 63rd edition of the San Sebastian Festival took place, which will take place between September 18 and 26. Its director, José Luis Rebordinos, and two members of the Management Committee, Maialen Beloki and Joxean Fernández, have advanced the contents, the composition of some juries and the presence of this new edition.

Actress Emily Watson will receive the Donostia Award in recognition of her career on September 25. Other notable actors will come to San Sebastián accompanying the films that will be presented at the Festival: Sienna Miller, Tom Hiddleston and Luke Evans (High Rise), Ellen Page (Freeheld), Emily Blunt and Benicio del Toro (Sicario), Tim Roth ( 600 miles and Chronic), Louise Bourgoin (Les chevaliers blancs) or Karin Viard and Isabelle Carré (21 nuits avec Pattie), among others.

During the Festival, and as usual, some of the most important filmmakers on the international scene will meet: Pablo Agüero (Eva does not sleep), Laurie Anderson (Heart of a Dog), Scott Cooper (Black Mass), Terence Davies ( Sunset Song), Michel Franco (Chronic), Lucile Hadzihalilovic (Evolution), Hou Hsiao-Hsien (Nie yinniang / The Assassin), Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson (Anomalisa), Hirokazu Joreeda (Umimachi Diary / Our Little Sister), Joachim Lafosse (Les chevaliers blancs), Pablo Larraín (the club), Jean-Marie and Arnaud Larrieu (21 nuits avec Pattie), George Miller (Mad Max: Futy Road / Mad max: Fury on the road), Rufus Norris (London Road) , Corneliu Porumboiu (Comoara / The Treasure), Gabriel Ripstein (600 miles), Walter Salles (Jia Zhang-ke, um homem de Fenyang / Jia Zhangke, A Guy from Fenyang), Peter Sollett (Freeheld), Pablo Trapero (The clan ), Federico Veiroj (The apostate), Denis Villeneuve (Hitman) or Jia Zhangke (Shan he gu ren / Mountains May De part).

This year, Spanish cinema will have a wide representation at the Festival. Among the actors and directors who have confirmed their presence are: Alejandro Amenábar (Regression / Regresión), Ricardo Darín and Javier Cámara (Truman), Álvaro Ogalla, Bárbara Lennie, Marta Larralde and Vicky Peña (El apóstata), Agustí Villaronga (El King of Havana), Imanol Arias (Eva does not sleep), Marc Recha and Sergi López (A perfect day to fly), Pere Joan Ventura, Pere Portabella and El Gran Wyoming (We are not alone), Imanol Uribe, Elena Anaya, Eduard Fernández and José Luis García Pérez (Far from the sea), Paula Ortiz, Inma Cuesta, Álex García, Leticia Dolera, Asier Etxeandía and Manuela Vellés (The bride), Fernando Colomo (Pretty Island) or the director Dani de la Torre with the cast from his film The Unknown: Luis Tosar, Goya Toledo, Paula del Río and Javier Gutiérrez.

Álex de la Iglesia will arrive in the company of the cast of My Great Night: Raphael, Carlos Areces, Carolina Bang, Mario Casas, Carmen Machi, Santiago Segura, Hugo Silva and Blanca Suárez. Also present will be the dubbing cast of the Spanish version of Hotel Transilvania 2: Alaska, Clara Lago, Dani Martínez, Santiago Segura and Mario Vaquerizo.

San Sebastian International Film Festival

The San Sebastián Festival is a film competition of the highest category accredited by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF). It has been held since its first edition began on September 21, 1953, annually at the end of September.

Known in English as the San Sebastian International Film Festival, it is the most important of the Festivals held in Spain and in all Spanish-speaking countries in cinema. It is also one of the oldest and most prestigious festivals in Europe, it constitutes one of the largest cultural events along with thirteen other top-class festivals from around the world, of which only seven are European.

Source: www.sansebastianfestival.com

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