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Els Comediants

  • Els Comediants. “Bacardi Solsticio” © EFE

    Els Comediants. “Bacardi Solsticio” © EFE

  

Director

Joan Font

Comediants s/n
Canet de Mar
Barcelona, Catalonia
Barcelona

Telephone937954859

Fax937941858

E-mailinfo@comediants.com

Websitehttp://www.comediants.com/

It is a creative group, mainly known for their theatre productions, although they also present in different fields such as design, music, literature, film, costumes, TV and teaching.

Their plays are typically festive. In fact, their creative line is based on the attempt to go beyond purely theatrical plays and look to rekindle the festive roots that unite humanity. In this sense they see theatre as an art of the senses in which any place can be a setting, any element can be a theatrical object and any language is valid to get to the audience.

Their shows usually stand out because they are spectacular and they have collaborated in very important ceremonies such as the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games. “Sol solet,” “Demonios,” “La noche,” “Mare nostrum”, “La flauta mágica,” “Maravillas de Cervantes” and “El árbol de la memoria” are some of their productions.

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Awards
National Theatre Award (1983)
Europe Award New Theatrical Realities (1994)
Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts (2001)
 

  

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