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Albert Pla presents his show Miedo in Argentina

Performing.  Buenos Aires,  26/01/2018

On 26th January the prestigious Teatro Regional in Buenos Aires will be presenting the first performance of Miedo (Fear), the new show by Albert Pla, which reflects ironically on everyday human fears like paranoia or anguish. Directed by Pepe Miravete, featuring the work of the artistic duo Mondongo and supported by the Institut Ramon Llull, the show can be seen until 11th March.

The fear of oneself or the fear of dying. These are two of the themes dealt with in this musical theatre show, which satirically, and with great visual impact, deals with the fears that people encounter during their lives, such as panic, threat or anguish. The spectators will be thinking about this as they watch Albert Pla’s performances in a “terrifying” setting, with provocative images by the Argentinian duo Mondongo, the music of the producer Refree and the multimedia effects of Nueveojos, pioneers of mapping. It is a cocktail that will make your hair stand on end because, as it says in the show’s prologue, “it’s all more frightening than being alive. And, by the way, even when you are alive.”

The show proposes a journey through the different ages of man, from childhood to after death, full of emotions and feelings

Sponsors of IRL projects

The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

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