Almost every human being has a certain talent when they are young. But it soon passes.
A mature actor, played by Pedro Casablanc, attends an audition, even though the stage director who is supposed to evaluate him is not present in person. Cynicism, humour, violence, tact … these are just some of the weapons employed in the comic play, Ich, Feuerbach, an exercise in talent that approaches the realm of pathos.
One of Europe’s great creators for the theatre, the German playwright, Tankred Dorst, offers this timeless and moving text about all those who never manage to play the leading part, about the need for second opportunities and lack of generosity.
Directed by Antonio Simón, this work focuses on the essence of theatre and its meaning within society, in its capacity as a pursuit like any other human activity that relates to the world around it.
Dirección Antonio Simón
Versión y adaptación Jordi Casanovas
Escenografía Eduardo Moreno
Vestuario Sandra Espinosa
Diseño de iluminación Pau Fullana
Diseño de sonido Nacho Bilbao
Ayudante de dirección Beatriz Jaén
Producción ejecutiva Pablo Ramos Escola para Buxman Producciones, S.L.