A Body Somewhere / Un Cuerpo en Algún Lugar
Playwright Gon Ramos
Translated by Kate Eaton
Spanish: Fran Cantos, Luis Sorrolla
English: Jaime Menéndez, Josh Hull
The play is about a search for love, one love, a restless search over the years, through cities, fires, and trains. Nowadays where everything demands to be instant, this play suggests a break with these rules and questions the time needed to find the inevitable. It takes us into the mind and encounters with “He”, who starts a journey in search of “that person”. We do not talk about Penelope, waiting such a long time, we do not talk about Ulysses, returning home, we speak only of a search heading forwards and only of that one body that we feel has the ability to save us.
29th May in Spanish

30th May in English
The Reality / La Realidad
Playwright Denise Despeyroux
Translated by Sarah Maitland
Spanish: Maite Jáuregui
English: Beth Clarke
Twin sisters attempt an awkward exercise of pretending to be someone else, taking them close to the line that separates good and evil; the love of life and destruction; lucidity and madness. What do you do to pose as someone inside of you? Can you love the living in the same way that you have love for the dead? Is darkness hindered by light?
1st June in Spanish
2nd June in English
An American Life / Una Vida Americana
Playwright Lucía Carballal
Translated by William Gregory
Spanish: Gledys Ibarra, Candela Gómez, Sandra Fergadi, Joan Carles Suau
English: Moir Leslie, Becky Black, Adela Leiro, Michael Timne
The action takes place in the present day on a camping site outside Minneapolis. Linda can be seen there standing next to a rented caravan, accompanied by her mother, Paloma, and her little sister Robin Rose. They have travelled all the way to the USA for a re-encounter with Warren, an American, who Paloma fell in love with in the 80s, and who is father to the two daughters. Warren promised them the American life but abandoned them without leaving a trace of his existence.
4th June in Spanish
5th June in English