The last scene of “The Dead”, by James Joyce, revisited from the poetry of Rosario Imagina

In the context of its most recent production, with several premieres within the framework of thirty years of travel as a group, the Rosario Imagina Experimental Center, whose destinations are commanded by maestro Rody Bertol, will complete this weekend, this time in the Parque de Spain, the premieres that comprise his trilogy About angels, demons and ghostswith The weather, three hypotheses about two bodies in lovematerial that features performances by Patricia Almada, Iván Tritten and Natalia Trejo, who is also in charge of directing, and which reaches the cultural multi-space of Sarmiento and the river as part of its cycle theatrical drifts.

The proposal, which also has the scenic plastic and technical operation of Ignacio Almeyda and the direction assistance of María Eugenia Ledesma, adds Liza Tanoni from the costumes, the graphics and photography of Andrés Macera, rehearsal photographs of Ernesto Remedi, training body by Lorena Concari and press by Gisela Sogne.

About the passage of time

“Sooner or later, what you will see was going to happen. Julia and Gabriel had lived a life characterized by regularity, but both had made a fatal mistake: treating time as if it didn’t exist. One year was the same as the other, and the other had the same number of days. A third character questions them, questions them, showing them how the past always returns, passing through the glass of memory with dissolving leaks of memories interwoven with the debts of the present”, proposes the artistic team as a presentation of the work that will have as a prelude theatrical intervention more alive than everalso by Bertol, directed by Ignacio Amione and starring Marianela Druetta, Estefanía Salvucci and Gisela Sogne.

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the weather is built from the approach of the last scene of The deadby James Joyce. This story is initially presented as a celebration, with a celebration. However, the underlying theme of the story is loss, grief and love. “The death of loved ones leads the characters to look back on their lives, especially through the character of Julia. In connection with this, her husband, Gabriel, suffers a bitter revelation at the end of the story where he must face his greatest fear: seeing himself. In this story that Julia and Gabriel are carrying out, they will be questioned by a third character, who in an omniscient character directs and questions the actions and thoughts of both of them, revealing about the bad weather that inhabits them”, states the team.

A theatrical rehearsal, “that place sheltered from real life”, which was born from an unexpected dream

“It is the story of a man and a woman lost in their own labyrinths, between oblivion and memory. Like a mill that supposes the theater, always grinding the same questions, grinding the same weather, that is, the same work being done a thousand times. the weather it is an experience of the passage of time, seen through the glass of a love story told from the present, while it breaks into fragments in its future”, states the author.

And he adds: “A performative and simultaneous mise-en-scène in front of the spectator in the same space, the same one where the basic condition that constitutes the very object of the work, fiction, is given: that which is there and is not what it is. That living thing that looks like a ghost, or evident and that suddenly is peculiar and impenetrable, but that in an instant allows itself to be captured in the beauty of its matter, a dust particle equal to the others, the true human condition, that of a fleeting trace that flashes light in the thick fog of memory, responding to the world”.

Angels, demons and ghosts

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About angels, demons and ghosts is the latest project of the Rosario Imagina theater group, which in addition to the weather contemplated in these months of 2022 the premieres of That time Y The Glare . This succession of plays were written by local director and playwright Rody Bertol in the context of the pandemic, “as a place of resistance to the fragility and bewilderment that we have had to live with as a society,” the creator states.

Rethink the instances of death in a time where its presence haunts every step

And he completes: “Each one of them is made up of a different cast (all members of the aforementioned group of local training and creation), and all directed by women, within the framework of the celebration of the thirty years of experience that the group Rosario Imagina has been holding throughout the history of Rosario’s theater. Although each work has its own imprint, a common thread runs through all three: life, love, death. And between that a game, with the unfolding and the contrast, the emotion and the mystery, of a fleeting and uncatchable game, like an arrow shot towards nowhere, where the point is never to hit the target. The protagonists cannot avoid looking back and reviewing their personal history. This is how the fables, the trips and the ups and downs of a life begin. Somehow, the three proposals talk about the path, are based on it, and are sustained from memory and oblivion”.

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to schedule

The weather, three hypotheses about two bodies in love, directed by Natalia Trejo, will be shown this Saturday, with performances at 7:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., at the Príncipe de Asturias Theater of the Parque de España Cultural Center (Sarmiento and the river). Tickets are available through or at the theater box office from one hour before the performance.

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The last scene of “The Dead”, by James Joyce, revisited from the poetry of Rosario Imagina


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