Teatro Español y Naves del Español
For years now, the most popular singers have made the leap to the cinema and the theatre and the same is true of actors, they move on to music, participate as singers, create their bands with other players, etc. In every age, artists from one side or the other of the...
The Platform Project is a series that presents small-format stage works that have stood out for their artistic proposals within the independent fringe scene in the city of Madrid.
In these post-crisis times, when there was a genuine explosion in creativity, but when...
We already know that the arts are beneficial to human beings and that children grow best if they develop artistic activities. That is why we believe there is a need to create a project where boys and girls and their families are the protagonists.
Every day there is...
Tuesday to Saturday / 8:30pm
Sunday / 7:30pm
Reporters Maruja Torres (Barcelona, 1943) and Mónica García Prieto (Badajoz, 1974) discuss journalism, feminism and social transformation in a conversation published by Revista 5W as part of its collection ‘Voces de libros-diálogo’ [Book voices-dialogue] in 2017.
Mónica García Prieto defines Maruja Torres as the model of a ground-breaking woman, an independent and outspoken professional, utterly unconventional in a male-dominated world. Torres, for her part, says that Prieto is the quintessential reporter that she herself would have liked to have been: a journalist specialising in international conflicts who has watched history unfold before her eyes.
The two women recall their early articles, take a historic look at the Arab world, and talk about the changes in the press, sexism in the newsroom and their passion for telling the world’s story and wanting to know more.
Based on these interviews, we created a production with two actors who ask us: What is the journalist’s pact with the public? And the media’s responsibility? Is information becoming trivialised? Maruja Torres and Mónica García Prieto explore these issues in depth with a critical and honest perspective in a conversation with moments of humour, anger and hope.
A production of Teatro Español