Teatro Español y Naves del Español

Animal negro tristeza

by Anja Hilling
Animal negro tristeza ©Kiku Piñol
April 26
May 20, 2022

Tuesday to Sunday / 7pm

14th May / 5pm

15th May / 8pm

125 min
Post-show talk

Four men, two women and a baby set off on an excursion to a forest. They are beautiful, rich and creative people. Their conversations are punctuated by cynical banter and the perennial game of love and distance. On this occasion, the characters have consciously left the city behind to see what a night in the midst of nature has in store for them. Suddenly and inadvertently, a spark unleashes an infernal forest fire. They all flee, scattering all over the place.

All of a sudden, all that matters is saving their own lives. The experience of mortal fear, solitude and one’s own vulnerability in the face of unbridled nature thrusts the survivors into a day-to-day life they are in no condition to cope with.

Cast and Creative Team

By: Anja Hilling

Directed by: Julio Manrique

With: Mireia Aixalà, Joan Amargós, Màrcia Cisteró, Norbert Martínez, Jordi Oriol, Mima Riera, David Vert and Ernest Villegas

Set design: Alejandro Andújar

Diseño de iluminación: Jaume Ventura

Lighting design: Maria Armengol

Costume design: Damien Bazin

Sound design: Ciscu Isern

Translation: María Bosom

Collaboration with the translation: Goethe Institut

Assistant director: Ferran Carvajal

A production by Sala Beckett and Teatro Español

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Audio description

Magnetic loop

Subtitling for the deaf

Amplified sound

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