Dei Furbi

Asufre!

Asufre, a special interpretation of the structure of a literary cabaret made of revisited fragments and materials of selected authors currently put into action with great comicality.

First Prize for the Best Director at the 14th Edition of the National Contest of Theatre Directors of Torrejon de Ardoz, 2011.

Four characters behind closed doors live an absurd and real tension, comical and deeply human through the "circles of the underworld".
Asufre, a special interpretation of the structure of a literary cabaret made of revisited fragments and materials of selected authors currently put into action with great comicality.

Theatre inside the theater where dance, music, poetry and parody take shape guided by a sense of humor and rhythm using a range of acting resources from dance and singing to physical theatre.
A satire full of the effects of humor with a structure that reinterprets cabaret and becomes a devilishly comical staging.

A vision of hell as an organized society, a place usually hidden underground where you keep things that should not be available to everyone, the madness of a never ending carnival.

Some of the fragments of the show include:
DIVINE COMEDY - HELL- Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS Jean-Paul Sartre (1944) -.
INFERNO- Coram Populo- MISTERIO/August Strindberg (1883)
THE PROCESS Kafka 1925
DOCTOR FAUST Marlowe 1592 -
FAUST Goethe 1808
POPULAR SAYINGS AND STORIES
Anónimus / creation
SUMMERY OF PERSONAL INTERVIEWS
What is hell for you? 

Artistic Credits

Actors Marc Pujol, Robert González, Marc Vilavella, David Marcé
Cover Toni Vinyals
Direction Gemma Beltran
Lighting David Bofarull
Staging space and costumes Ramon Ivars
Direction assistant Roger Julià
Musical arrangements Marc Sambola
Coordination and executive production Marta Riera
Image Wave Cap
Photography Juan Carlos Garcia
Production Baubo SCCL.

With the collaboration of Departamento de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya; ICIC Institut Català de les Indústries Culturals

Special thank’s to Institut del Teatre de Barcelona, Toni Vinyals, Teatral.net, S. Generals i manteniment IT, Jacobo Sucari, Josep Maria Martí, Claudio Zulian, Jorge Bernárdez, Montse Guallar, Joan Sans, Elia Corral, Anna Sahun, Ester Cort, Eva Cutura, Sandra Monclús, Santi Monreal, Dafnis Balduf, Laura Lopez, Anna Coll i Monica Perez.

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