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José Manuel Mora
Ana Fernández Valbuena
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JosÚ M Mora og Ana F Valbuena gjester Dramatikkens hus

De spanske dramatikerne José Manuel Mora og Ana Fernández Valbuena gjester Dramatikkens hus og vi inviterer til lesning av stykkene deres SJELEN MIN ET ANNET STED og MERY MONARK. Stykkene er oversatt til norsk av Bente T. Gundersen.

”Det er mulig å leve med vekten av en mørk fortid og likevel skape noe vakkert -  for skjønnhet kan være både bisarr og smertefull,” sier Mora om stykket SJELEN MIN ET ANNET STED. Stykket har vært spilt i Tyskland og Spania, og blir våren 2014 lest i New York.

Fire kvinner krysser hverandres livsveier i Tijuana. En grenseby der alle menn flykter nordover og der narkobaronenes brutale vold holder befolkningen i angstens jerngrep. Valbuena skildrer kvinnenes fortvilelse, dilemmaer og lengsler i et rått og billedrikt teaterspråk i MERY MONARK.

Regi: Kate Pendry
Mamacita: Mai Lise Rasmussen
Mery Monark: Marthe Engebrigtsen
Jenta fra glemselen: Hanne Skille Reitan
Søster San Fransisco: Siv Svendsen
Gabriel og Christophorous: Ivar Furre Aam

José Manuel Mora maner fram bilder av steinhus, en olivenlund, et solbrent landskap i Sør-Spania. To menn, to kvinner, ett barn - og en flokk med gamle og syke villhunder. Ti år med tette sammenvevde skjebner i en familie bygget på alt annet enn kjærlighetens bånd. «Det er mulig å leve med vekten av en mørk fortid og likevel skape noe vakkert - for skjønnhet kan være både bisarr og smertefull», sier Mora om stykket MIN SJEL ET ANNET STED. Moras eksistensielle tema og knappe og poetiske språk bringer assosiasjoner til Lorca, såvel som til Ingmar Bergman og Jon Fosse.

Regi: Line Rosvoll
Eldre mann: Håkon Ramstad
Eldre kvinne: Trini Lund
Mann: Morten Svartveit
Kvinne: Agnes Kittelsen
Jenta: Lea Fedida Claussen

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Dramatikkens hus samarbeider med teaterhuset draftinn.com i Madrid. I løpet av våren utveksles tekster og lesninger. Jon Fosses tekst EG ER VINDEN og Marit Tusviks ISHUSET blir lest i Madrid i mai.  Mer informasjon kommer på www.dramatikkenshus.no Prosjektet er gjor mulig med støtte fra eea grants og Den norske ambassaden i Madrid.

 

Ana Fernández Valbuena
Artistic Coordinator and playwright

Born in 1962, she is a teacher, a playwright, and a theatre researcher with a PhD in Italian Contemporary Theatre. She has attended international playwright workshops with David Edgar (UK), Jean Marie Piemme (Belgium), Wadji Mouawad (Canada), and Juan Mayorga, among others. Since 2002 she teaches Playwright at RESAD (Royal Drama School) in Madrid, where she has run different international projects: European Drama Schools Network École des écoles (see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nj2Qnab2rrI&list=PLvCmx6cWykm7vhXGBju2n-85uY0gpOwG4); Grundtvig Theatre Program (2010-2012,  and again in 2013); and, since 2010, the pedagogic exchanges RESAD-Piccolo Teatro di Milano Master Class. See “Samira en Madrid” http://www.resad.es/estruch.htm.

She is correspondent in Madrid of the Italian theatre magazine Sipario. Her plays have been translated into Arab and Italian, and the following have been staged:
"Samira doesn’t understand Christian world", Théâtre National Mohamed V, Rabat, Piccolo Teatro di Milano, May, 2012, directed by Flavio Albanese, published in Fundamentos, 2012.
"Migraciones internas", Piccolo Teatro di Milano, February, 2011, directed  by Nacho Sevilla.
Adaptation of The Art of Comedy  by Eduardo De Filippo, Theatre La Abadía, Madrid, 2010, directed by Carles Alfaro.

Her recent theatre awarding:
• Internacional Awarding of Theatre Journalism “Carlos Porto”, Festival de Teatro de Almada (Lisbon), July, 2012.
• Finalist in the Spanish Theatre Awards “Premios Max” for her adaptation of The Art of Comedy, by Eduardo De Filippo, Theatre La Abadía.
• Grant from the Regional Government of Madrid (CAM) 2010 to write Migraciones internas, published in Primer acto, n. 336, 2011, Madrid.

 

José Manuel Mora
Playwright and artistic co-director   

Jose Manuel Mora was born in Seville, Spain, in 1978. He was graduated in Dramaturgy and Stage direction by the Royal Drama School (RESAD, Madrid, 2006) and four years later finished his PhD as dramaturg in DasArts (Máster of Theatre/ Amsterdam School of Arts). He works as author, dramaturge, literary collaborator of El Cultural (cultural magazine from the Spanish newspaper El Mundo) and teaching dramaturgy in ESADCyL (Performing Arts School of Castile and León, Spain). 

As a playwright, Mora attended several international workshops organised by Centro Andaluz de Teatro, which were lead by playwrights like Rodrigo Garcia, Michel Azama, Gerardjan Rijnders, Martin Crimpt, David Harrower, Rafael Spregelburd, Juan Mayorga and Sarah Kane. His play "Me muero de amor" was presented as a dramatic reading in the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs during his participation in the 19th International Residency for Playwrights (Royal Court Theatre, London, 2006). His main works include award-winning plays like "Cancro" (National Award for Young Writers, Marques de Bradomin, Madrid, 2003); "Los Cuerpos Perdidos" (Premio SGAE de Teatro 2009, premiered in X Festival de Dramaturgia Europea, Santiago de Chile and Szenische Lesung in Avignon off 2011); and "Mi alma en otra parte" (Berliner Stückemarkt 2008, published in the magazine Theater der Zeit and premiered by the National Theatre in Madrid, 2011). His plays have been translated into different languages and premiered around the world.

He is the artistic director of DRAFT_INN (space for the risk in the performing arts) in Madrid, and in his spare time he studies German, he walks, he reads the Russian classics, he talks to Paolo (his dog, a cocker spaniel) and he makes his own living through the precarious balance that gives him theatre.

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