‘L’Alegria que passa’ is the big winner in the VI edition of the Barcelona Teatre Awards | Entertainment | The USA Print

'L'Alegria que passa' is the big winner in the VI edition of the Barcelona Teatre Awards

The Dagoll Dagom Show, The joy that passeshas been the most awarded of the night with a total of three awards: Best Musical, Best Musical Performance for Àngels Gonyalons and Best Adaptation, an award shared with The train – which also won Best Director for Clara Segura. Dagoll Dagom has managed to revive with The joy that passes the success already achieved when it premiered in 1898. The piece, signed by Santiago Rusiñol, has also been recognized as Best Adaptation and will be programmed again at the Teatre Poliorama. The trainwhich compares this same recognition as Best Adaptation, highlights the work of Cristina Genebat and Marta Marco for knowing how to give a theatrical language to Laetitia Colombani’s novel.

The public has awarded the awards for Best Show and Best Performance to A moonless night, created and performed by Juan Diego Botto. With poetic and at the same time vindictive language, the monologue addresses the lesser-known aspects of Federico García Lorca’s life and perfectly portrays the social reality of his time. The play has also been awarded Best Show after selling out tickets at the Sala Gran Teatre Nacional de Catalunya.


Juan Diego Botto in ‘A night without a moon’

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In the acting field, Ester Cort has also triumphed with the Best Supporting Performance for her role in Australia, a dramatic comedy that won the Best Proximity Show award and reflects on motherhood and family ties. The award for Best Original Text has gone to L’Illa desertsby Marc Artigau – the comedy starring Miki Esparbé and Maria Rodríguez, produced by La Brutal, will once again have a season at La Villarroel.

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The actress Mariona Esplugues has won the award for Best New Performance for her role in Boja, a show that is based on his experience lived for years in psychiatric consultations. The musical by Mar Puig and Mateu Peramiquel, Alan, also deals with mental health issues and has won in the Best Family Show category. The Nit de Reis proposal, King’s Night or the one that popular, by Parking Shakespeare and directed by Marta Aran, has been recognized as Best Street Show. The Best Proximity Musical has been awarded Three deserts and The Best Hybrid Scene Show has gone to the Cultura i Conflicte Collective with Moriu-vos, directed by Joan Arqué and Sol Picó. The dance-theater show by Vero Cendoya’s company has won the award for Best Dance Show with Parlem-neprogrammed in the dance cycle of the Sala Versus Glòries.

Maria Rodríguez and Miki Esparbé in L'illa deserta, by Marc Artigau

Maria Rodríguez and Miki Esparbé in L’illa deserta, by Marc Artigau

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Other winners of the evening were Màgic Andreu for Best Magic Show, with Experienss; The cat loses, from the Gran Teatre del Liceu, as Best Operatic Proposal; L’il·lusionista, by Peyu, as Best Comedy Show, and The lame devil, de Rhum, as Best Circus Show. The ceremony was held at the Center Artesà Tradicionàrius in Barcelona and was presented by Àlex Martínez-Vidal and entertained by the musical theater company Impro Side Story.