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Biennal de Pensament Ciutat Oberta

Trees, Vodka, and Flying Machines

A dramatic essay on the future by La Calòrica

Scene + Debate

Free

Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860 – 1904) wrote some of the most important works of modern theatre from the end of the nineteenth century to the early twentieth century. A scientist by profession and a man of progressive spirit, he died before seeing the reality of the great social and technical changes which, according to his predictions, would free humanity from sadness, poverty, and loneliness and show the way to a new and happy life.

In today’s programme, we return to some of his works to find out whether, more than a hundred years later, we have moved much closer to that marvellous future. Please do not change stations. If you do, the programme will be closed down. 

 

Selection of texts: Marina Garcés and La Calòrica
Dramaturgy and stage direction: Joan Yago
Lighting and sound space design: Guillem Rodríguez
Actors: Esther López, Marc Rius, Júlia Truyol, Xavi Francés, and Aitor Galisteo-Rocher
Head technician: Guillem Rodríguez
Executive production: La Calòrica
Produced by: Open City Thinking Biennale, Barcelona City Council, CCCB, and La Calòrica

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