El Cuys hosts the absolute premiere of 'Seven good men', by Mayorga - La Provincia


The Cuyás Theater will host on February 7 and 8 the absolute premiere of the work Seven good men, written by the famous playwright Juan Mayorga. The assembly will be carried out by 2 RC Theater, Repertory Company, directed by Rafael Rodríguez, who broke down some assembly keys yesterday with two of its protagonists, Blanca Rodríguez and Miguel Ángel Maciel, as well as the artistic director of the enclosure of the Cabildo of Gran CanariaGonzalo Ubani

This text, never before represented, was written in 1989 by the prestigious playwright and academic, who signs theatrical successes as The magician, Reykjavik, The cartographer, Darwin's turtle or Hamelin, which have earned him awards such as the National Theater Award, the National Dramatic Literature and the Max Award for the Performing Arts. Precisely, the magician is represented next weekend (January 24 and 24) in this same theater.

For its part, Seven good men, that in its day was recognized with an Accésit to the Marqués de Bradomín Prize, it raises, through the fiction of a government in exile, very current aspects of who directs us; if they are really clean and honest people or if it is still worth having hope or political ideals.

In addition, the text also reflects on the conflict that arises between the exiles when considering whether to return or not. In sum, Seven good men It constitutes "a text with subtle references that each viewer can place from their own experience", indicated director, and in which certain reminiscences of the text are appreciated Twelve men without mercyby Reginal Rose.

Together with actress Blanca Rodríguez, who this week has premiered in Telecinco the Serie The village, and the actor Michelangelo Maciel ( The Pekingese strategy), the cast completes Canarian performers Tony Báez, José Luis Massó, José Luis de Madariaga, Abraham Santacruz, Ruth Sánchez and Luis O'Malley.

At prices ranging between 12 and 23 euros, tickets are already on sale through the usual channels of Cuyás.

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