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In 4.48 Psychosis, Sarah Kane confronts us with the reality of depression, of a state of psychosis, lovelessness and social inadaptation, delving even further into the formal and poetic exploration of dramatic limits.
The author leads us from the sentimental sphere to that of politics, making a profound reflection on evil as an essential part of the human condition - something from which she does not try to save herself either, dominated as she is by feelings of guilt and self-punishment.
The production is intended to enhance the author’s timelessness and topicality, now that suicide is the second most common cause of death among teenagers. But it will also reveal such transversal issues as drug addiction in a society in which there are ever an increasing number of pathologies, or the dictatorship of indifference as normality, sentimental armour in the face of the overdose of information that shamelessly shows us the inequality and violence that govern the world.
By Sarah Kane
Translated by Eva Varela Lasheras
Direction: Luz Arcas
With Natalia Huarte
Lighting design: Jorge Colomer
Set design: Pablo Chaves
Original music: Adrián Foulkes
Sound design: Pablo Contreras
Artistic assistant: Victoria Aime
Artistic collaboration: Sebastián Vogler
Assistant director: Javier L. Patiño
Assistant director in residence: Cristina Hermida
A production by Teatro Español and La Phármaco
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Viernes 23 de junio