INSTRUCCIONES PARA SOBREVIVIR EN LO OSCURO

  • Con FONT GARCÍA, VITO SANZ y JUAN VINUESA
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SYNOPSIS: El Gobierno quiere cerrar el pozo que es la fuente de riqueza de Villanueva de la Faca, un pequeño pueblo en las fronteras de un gran Parque Natural. Pero Julián, el alcalde recién elegido, piensa cumplir lo que prometió a los vecinos de su pueblo: el pozo será legalizado. Por mucho que el Gobierno o la Unión Europea insistan en el dichoso cambio climático y en cómo los cultivos de caqui están secando el Parque Natural. Una mentira que sólo quiere favorecer a los pájaros y las alimañas que se comen sus sembrados. Pero por mucho que lo intenta, Julián no consigue encontrar la vía administrativa para legalizar el pozo, así que urde un plan para que la extracción de agua del Parque Natural sea intocable, recuperar lo que pasó hace mucho tiempo donde hoy está el pozo: una aparición mariana. Así que por gracia y obra de la Virgen María, el agua que mana del pozo se convierte en Agua Santa. Y el lugar, en un sitio de peregrinación lejos de las garras del Gobierno. Pero quizás el agua del Parque, como dicen algunos, no sea infinita…

Un espectáculo de CLUB CANÍBAL producido por TEATRO ESPAÑOL and TRIPLE F
Playwrights: JUAN VINUESA, VITO SANZ, FONT GARCÍA and CHIQUI CARABANTE
Dramaturgia y Dirección: CHIQUI CARABANTE
Cast: FONT GARCÍA, VITO SANZ and JUAN VINUESA
Set Design by WALTER ARIAS
Lights Design by BENITO JIMÉNEZ
Costume Design by SALVADOR CARABANTE
Composición musical e interpretación en directo: PABLO PEÑA
Ayte. Dirección y Escenografía: VÍCTOR LONGÁS
Photography & Poster by DANI GARRIDO
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Produced by FERNANDO BONELLI
Distribution: TALYCUAL

AT HOME AT THE ZOO

  • Con FERNANDO TEJERO, DANI MURIEL y MABEL DEL POZO
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SYNOPSIS: Despite being married, Peter and Ann's daily life is marked by lack of communication and loneliness. Shunning Ann's attempt to cope, Peter decides to spend the day at the Zoo in Central Park. There he will meet Jerry, an eccentric character who forces him to listen to his stories until the last and most creepy of all: the real reason for his visit to the zoo.

PRODUCTION NOTE: At Home At the Zoo is formed by Edward Albee's famous play The Zoo Story,premiered in 1958, and its prequel written 45 years later, At Home. In the first act, the author offers a revealing look at the stable and happy marriage of Peter and Ann, their attempts to communicate, their frustrated dreams and the loneliness of their shared life. In the second act, while Peter reads on a bench in Central Park, a strange guy, Jerry, will begin to tell him stories that will open the door to the wildest side of his nature.

At Home At the Zoo It is a theatrical gem that dissects the human condition in a shocking way. Brilliant dialogues, sharp description of characters, pain, rage, lack of communication and also tenderness, hope and consolation. All of this with a sophisticated tone of absurdity that irremediably connects us with the times we live in. Three extraordinary players, Fernando Tejero, Mabel del Pozo and Dani Muriel, under the talented direction of Juan Carlos Rubio assisted by an extraordinary creative and production team, bring this play into life, showing us the reality of human beings who need to get rid of the anguishing sensation of being nothing more than beasts trapped behind the bars of a zoo.

At Home At the Zoo is a two-acts show with a length of 40 minutes each.

A Production of TALYCUAL, PENTACIÓN, LÁZARO and LA ALEGRÍA
Written by EDWARD ALBEE
Translated by JUAN CARLOS RUBIO and BERNABÉ RICO
Directed by JUAN CARLOS RUBIO
Cast: FERNANDO TEJERO, DANI MURIEL and MABEL DEL POZO
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
Set Design by LETICIA GAÑÁN, CURT ALLEN WILMER (AAPEE) and EMILIO VALENZUELA
Lights Design by NICOLÁS FISCHTEL
Costume Design by PIER PAOLO ÁLVARO
Music by MARIANO MARÍN
Director Assistant: CLARA SEGURA
Tour Manager: ROSA FERNÁNDEZ
Tech Supervisor: FRANCISCO JAVIER ARNEDO
Photography by SERGIO PARRA
Billing: ÁLEX PRELLEZO
Make-up: CHEMA NOCI
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Distribution: TALYCUAL and PENTACIÓN

THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT

  • Con JORGE SANZ, ÁNGELES MARTÍN y GONZALO HERMOSO
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SYNOPSIS: John D'Agata is a talented writer with a transcendent essay about the suicide of a teenage boy—an essay that could save the magazine from collapse. When Jim is assigned to fact check D'Agata's essay, the two come head to head in a comedic yet gripping battle over facts versus truth.

DIRECTOR NOTES: "That's how things are and that's how we told them." In this way, a well-known TV presenter from Spain closed the evening newscast. But those things didn't seem to be same on the competition's channels. So what things are true? Can the narrative vagueness of some facts affect the core of a true story? After how many errors does it become false? Here it lies the cornerstone on which an ancestral debate is based, one that has fed journalists from all over the world for centuries, be they from print, television or digital media. If facts were nothing more than dates, names and figures, we would need just one single newspaper, television channel or online news feed. Oddly, the totalitarian countries where this occurs are a breeding ground for "fake news", sending an unique and indisputable message -under penalty of jail- stating "that's the way things are". Reality vs. Authenticity. Empirical facts vs. Writing style in order to tell a story with greater "truth". Based on a true story, The Lifespan of a fact synthesizes this debate with success and takes it to the stage, masterfully combining intelligence, comedy and current affairs. All I wish to find in a play: to be entertained and fed for thought.
Bernabé Rico

A Production of TALYCUAL and MEJOR TEATRO
Playwrights: JEREMY KAREKEN, DAVID MURRELL and GORDON FARRELL
Translated and Directed by BERNABÉ RICO
Cast: JORGE SANZ, ÁNGELES MARTÍN and GONZALO HERMOSO
Set Design by CURT ALLEN WILMER and LETICIA GAÑÁN (AAPEE)
Lights Design by JOSÉ MANUEL GUERRA
Costume Design by PIER PAOLO ÁLVARO
Director Assistant: VERA CONDE
Tech Supervisor: CARLOS BARAHONA
Photography & Poster by SERGIO PARRA
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
Distribution: TALYCUAL

ONE CAREFUL OWNER

  • Con KITI MÁNVER, CRISTÓBAL SUÁREZ y MARTA VELILLA
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SYNOPSIS: Luis is offered the perfect apartment: roomy, very bright, luxurious and so inexpensive. There's just one problem: she can't move in until the current owner, the elderly Lola, dies.

DIRECTOR NOTES: Life? What is life? A question that humans have asked themselves since they lived in caves and even today no one has managed to fully answer. Years ago I came across a quote by John Lennon: "Life is what happens to you while you are busy making other plans" and I found it absolutely revealing. Plans, future, expectations, mortgages... Who has not made the mistake of leaving happiness for tomorrow? Or at least, who has not fallen into the temptation of trying to control events to prevent them from turning our existence upside down? With these premises I wrote this simple fable called The Inconvenience (aka 100m2). A story of wounded souls struggling to communicate and, why not, to learn to live properly. It is impossible to build a theatrical show without a large team of creators and technicians. And this one put together by our producers (Talycual, Txalo and La Alegría, led by Bernabé Rico) is first class. Thank you all for giving form to this story of shared solitudes. At your side things are very easy. And thank you Kiti, Cristóbal and Marta for your unwavering faith and your tremendous talent. Dear audience, I hope you enjoy the show. And don't forget that first things must always come first, they must always come NOW.
Juan Carlos Rubio

A Production of TALYCUAL, TXALO and LA ALEGRÍA
Written and Directed by JUAN CARLOS RUBIO
Cast: KITI MÁNVER, CRISTÓBAL SUÁREZ and MARTA VELILLA
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
Set Design by JUAN SANZ
Lights Design by JOSÉ MANUEL GUERRA
Costume Design by PIER PAOLO ÁLVARO (AAPEE)
Music by MIGUEL LINARES
Director Assistant: ISABEL ROMERO
Photography by JULIO VERGNE
Poster Designed by LUIS SERRANO
Tour Manager: MARTA GUTIÉRREZ ABAD
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Distribution: TALYCUAL and TXALO

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Pau Casals was forced into exile in the south of France after the Spanish Civil War. He dedicated himself to helping thousands of compatriots in nearby labor camps. In 1943, under Nazi occupation, the cello master received a disturbing invitation to play before the Führer. Casals knew that refusing to do so could have dire consequences. These dramatic events inspired the authors to write this exciting play that recreates a critical event in the life of one of the greatest artists of the 20th century.

A Production of TALYCUAL, TRASPASOS and LA ALEGRÍA
Playwrights: YOLANDA GARCÍA SERRANO, JUAN CARLOS RUBIO
Directed by JUAN CARLOS RUBIO
Cast: CARLOS HIPÓLITO, KITI MÁNVER, CRISTÓBAL SUÁREZ and MARTA VELILLA
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
Set Design by LETICIA GAÑÁN and CURT ALLEN WILMER (AAPEE)
Lights Design by JOSÉ MANUEL GUERRA
Costume Design by PIER PAOLO ÁLVARO (AAPEE)
Director Assistant: ISABEL ROMERO
Photography & Poster by SERGIO PARRA
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Distribution: TALYCUAL

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SYNOPSIS: Edu, un camionero en paro y Alina, su exmujer, se reencuentran inesperadamente después de que un terrible accidente la deje tetrapléjica. Juan, un brillante estudiante de doctorado con parálisis cerebral contrata como ayudante a Yesi, hija de inmigrantes que acaba de licenciarse en la universidad pero que está pasando por dificultades económicas. Ambas parejas pondrán hábilmente en entredicho la percepción que todos tenemos de las personas con discapacidad física y profundiza en la forma en que la clase, la raza, la nacionalidad o la riqueza pueden crear abismos entre las personas, a pesar de que éstas anhelen conexión.

DIRECTOR NOTES:
Bernabé Rico

A TALYCUAL
Autora: MARTYNA MAJOKS
Translated and Directed by BERNABÉ RICO
Set Design by CURT ALLEN WILMER and LETICIA GAÑÁN (AAPEE)
Lights Design by JOSÉ MANUEL GUERRA
Costume Design by PIER PAOLO ÁLVARO
Director Assistant: VERA CONDE
Photography & Poster by SERGIO PARRA
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
Distribution: TALYCUAL

SYNOPSIS: El Gobierno quiere cerrar el pozo que es la fuente de riqueza de Villanueva de la Faca, un pequeño pueblo en las fronteras de un gran Parque Natural. Pero Julián, el alcalde recién elegido, piensa cumplir lo que prometió a los vecinos de su pueblo: el pozo será legalizado. Por mucho que el Gobierno o la Unión Europea insistan en el dichoso cambio climático y en cómo los cultivos de caqui están secando el Parque Natural. Una mentira que sólo quiere favorecer a los pájaros y las alimañas que se comen sus sembrados. Pero por mucho que lo intenta, Julián no consigue encontrar la vía administrativa para legalizar el pozo, así que urde un plan para que la extracción de agua del Parque Natural sea intocable, recuperar lo que pasó hace mucho tiempo donde hoy está el pozo: una aparición mariana. Así que por gracia y obra de la Virgen María, el agua que mana del pozo se convierte en Agua Santa. Y el lugar, en un sitio de peregrinación lejos de las garras del Gobierno. Pero quizás el agua del Parque, como dicen algunos, no sea infinita…

Un espectáculo de CLUB CANÍBAL producido por TEATRO ESPAÑOL and TRIPLE F
Playwrights: JUAN VINUESA, VITO SANZ, FONT GARCÍA and CHIQUI CARABANTE
Dramaturgia y Dirección: CHIQUI CARABANTE
Cast: FONT GARCÍA, VITO SANZ and JUAN VINUESA
Set Design by WALTER ARIAS
Lights Design by BENITO JIMÉNEZ
Costume Design by SALVADOR CARABANTE
Composición musical e interpretación en directo: PABLO PEÑA
Ayte. Dirección y Escenografía: VÍCTOR LONGÁS
Photography & Poster by DANI GARRIDO
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Produced by FERNANDO BONELLI
Distribution: TALYCUAL

SYNOPSIS: Despite being married, Peter and Ann's daily life is marked by lack of communication and loneliness. Shunning Ann's attempt to cope, Peter decides to spend the day at the Zoo in Central Park. There he will meet Jerry, an eccentric character who forces him to listen to his stories until the last and most creepy of all: the real reason for his visit to the zoo.

PRODUCTION NOTE: At Home At the Zoo is formed by Edward Albee's famous play The Zoo Story,premiered in 1958, and its prequel written 45 years later, At Home. In the first act, the author offers a revealing look at the stable and happy marriage of Peter and Ann, their attempts to communicate, their frustrated dreams and the loneliness of their shared life. In the second act, while Peter reads on a bench in Central Park, a strange guy, Jerry, will begin to tell him stories that will open the door to the wildest side of his nature.

At Home At the Zoo It is a theatrical gem that dissects the human condition in a shocking way. Brilliant dialogues, sharp description of characters, pain, rage, lack of communication and also tenderness, hope and consolation. All of this with a sophisticated tone of absurdity that irremediably connects us with the times we live in. Three extraordinary players, Fernando Tejero, Mabel del Pozo and Dani Muriel, under the talented direction of Juan Carlos Rubio assisted by an extraordinary creative and production team, bring this play into life, showing us the reality of human beings who need to get rid of the anguishing sensation of being nothing more than beasts trapped behind the bars of a zoo.

At Home At the Zoo is a two-acts show with a length of 40 minutes each.

A Production of TALYCUAL, PENTACIÓN, LÁZARO and LA ALEGRÍA
Written by EDWARD ALBEE
Translated by JUAN CARLOS RUBIO and BERNABÉ RICO
Directed by JUAN CARLOS RUBIO
Cast: FERNANDO TEJERO, DANI MURIEL and MABEL DEL POZO
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
Set Design by LETICIA GAÑÁN, CURT ALLEN WILMER (AAPEE) and EMILIO VALENZUELA
Lights Design by NICOLÁS FISCHTEL
Costume Design by PIER PAOLO ÁLVARO
Music by MARIANO MARÍN
Director Assistant: CLARA SEGURA
Tour Manager: ROSA FERNÁNDEZ
Tech Supervisor: FRANCISCO JAVIER ARNEDO
Photography by SERGIO PARRA
Billing: ÁLEX PRELLEZO
Make-up: CHEMA NOCI
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Distribution: TALYCUAL and PENTACIÓN

SYNOPSIS: When Julia Martín, an isolated creative writing professor at Salamanca University, begins to mentor a brilliant but enigmatic student, Hugo, the two form an unexpectedly intense bond. As their lives and the stories they tell about themselves become intertwined in unpredictable ways, Julia makes a surprising request of Hugo. Brimming with suspense, Rapp's riveting play explores the limits of what one person can ask of another.

DIRECTOR NOTES: Since Toni Acosta sent me the play by the end of 2021, I was fascinated by this project. On the one hand, Adam Rapp, its author, masterfully managed to mix reality and fiction, proposing a disturbing parallelism between creation and life. Bella and Christopher (Julia and Hugo in my translation) are two enigmatic characters who find in literature the only escape route to an existence that they can't find reasonable. On the other hand, working with Toni again was an immense gift. She is a stunning actress in each and every aspect you can imagine. We just had to find the perfect antagonist in this exciting story. And here is one of the most talented young actors on the current came into scene, ready to make his stage debut and accompany us on this crazy journey called theater: Omar Ayuso. Thank you both for making me enjoy every day with your art. Of course, in order to create this show, we needed producers ready to take on the gigantic effort that producing theater entails today. We couldn't be in better hands. Txalo, Leona Madre and La Alegría, under the marvelous executive production of Talycual, have given shape to a show that I couldn't be more proud of. Thanks to all the professionals who have built what a few months ago was nothing but a dream. Thank you, Isabel Romero de León, for being my right hand. Thank you, Marisa Pino, for being my left one. Now it is up to you, our dear audience, to abandon yourself to The Sound Inside, the one that speaks to us from the mysterious and indecipherable place where our loneliness lies.
Juan Carlos Rubio

A Production of TALYCUAL, TXALO, LA LEONA MADRE and LA ALEGRÍA
Written by ADAM RAPP
Translated and Directed by JUAN CARLOS RUBIO
Cast: TONI ACOSTA and OMAR AYUSO
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
Set Design by CURT ALLEN WILMER and LETICIA GAÑÁN (AAPEE)
Lights Design by NICOLÁS FISCHTEL
Music by MARIANO MARÍN
Costume Design by LA LEONA ALEGRE
Director Assistant: ISABEL ROMERO DE LEÓN
Tech Supervisor: CARLOS BARAHONA
Photography & Poster by SERGIO PARRA
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Distribution: TALYCUAL and TXALO
Thanks to: CLAUDIO CARRERA, JAMIE KAYE-PHILLIPS, HUG & CLAU, YSABEL MORAYTU, PIKOLINOS, TOUS, LUIS MIGUEL SERRANO, GARAY TALENT, SAN ROQUE 4 LOCAL DE ENSAYOS, TEATRO LEAL DE SAN CRISTÓBAL DE LA LAGUNA and LA HUELLA MARIETA.

SYNOPSIS: John D'Agata is a talented writer with a transcendent essay about the suicide of a teenage boy—an essay that could save the magazine from collapse. When Jim is assigned to fact check D'Agata's essay, the two come head to head in a comedic yet gripping battle over facts versus truth.

DIRECTOR NOTES: "That's how things are and that's how we told them." In this way, a well-known TV presenter from Spain closed the evening newscast. But those things didn't seem to be same on the competition's channels. So what things are true? Can the narrative vagueness of some facts affect the core of a true story? After how many errors does it become false? Here it lies the cornerstone on which an ancestral debate is based, one that has fed journalists from all over the world for centuries, be they from print, television or digital media. If facts were nothing more than dates, names and figures, we would need just one single newspaper, television channel or online news feed. Oddly, the totalitarian countries where this occurs are a breeding ground for "fake news", sending an unique and indisputable message -under penalty of jail- stating "that's the way things are". Reality vs. Authenticity. Empirical facts vs. Writing style in order to tell a story with greater "truth". Based on a true story, The Lifespan of a fact synthesizes this debate with success and takes it to the stage, masterfully combining intelligence, comedy and current affairs. All I wish to find in a play: to be entertained and fed for thought.
Bernabé Rico

A Production of TALYCUAL and MEJOR TEATRO
Playwrights: JEREMY KAREKEN, DAVID MURRELL and GORDON FARRELL
Translated and Directed by BERNABÉ RICO
Cast: JORGE SANZ, ÁNGELES MARTÍN and GONZALO HERMOSO
Set Design by CURT ALLEN WILMER and LETICIA GAÑÁN (AAPEE)
Lights Design by JOSÉ MANUEL GUERRA
Costume Design by PIER PAOLO ÁLVARO
Director Assistant: VERA CONDE
Tech Supervisor: CARLOS BARAHONA
Photography & Poster by SERGIO PARRA
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
Distribution: TALYCUAL

Diego Rodríguez de Silva and Velazquez. Velazquez. From being the grandson of a hosier and the son of a modest ecclesiastical notary, to becoming the son-in-law of the influential painter Francisco Pacheco, protected by Count-Duke of Olivares at the Court, chamber usher, bailiff, chamber painter of King Philip IV, Assistant to His Majesty, Assistant of the Chamber, Superintendent of Works, Royal Ap othecary, portraitist of Pope Innocent X, supposed hidalgo, knight of the Order of Santiago. And Universal master of painting.

A TALYCUAL coproduction with the support of AYTO. DE MADRID, JUNTA DE ANDALUCÍA and COMUNIDAD DE MADRID and the collaboration of CANAL SUR TV
Directed by JOSÉ MANUEL GÓMEZ VIDAL
Guionistas: JOSÉ MANUEL GÓMEZ VIDAL and JOSÉ MANUEL RODRÍGUEZ CALVO
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
With the appearance of LUIS MÉNDEZ, MIGUEL ÁNGEL CAJIGAL «EL BARROQUISTA», ÁLVARO PERDICES, MIGUEL ZORITA, ALFONSO GUERRA, JAVIER OLIVARES and ALEXANDRA DEL BENE
Cinematography by ELISA MORENO
Editing by VANESA VALDEMOROS
Sound by INMACULADA MIRA
Line Producer: MARISA PINO
Postproducción de imagen: ARACNE
Postproducción de sonido: TRES GATOS
Distribution in Spain: VERSIÓN DIGITAL
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A costume party is held at a children's school before the Christmas holidays. Leo is just another child at the party, but he can’t help that his physical appearance makes him the center of attention.

A Production of TALYCUAL and LA CLAQUETA con el apoyo de la JUNTA DE ANDALUCÍA and the CITY OF SEVILLE
Written & Directed by BERNABÉ RICO
Produced by OLMO FIGUEREDO and BERNABÉ RICO
Cast (in order of apperance): DAVID ARNÁIZ, MARIPAZ SAYAGO, ROSARIO LARA, GEMMA GIMÉNEZ, ADRIENNE CHABALLE and the kids JACOBO MARTÍNEZ RICO, MARTA MARTÍN GARCÍA, ALEJANDRO HERRERA FERNÁNDEZ, CLARA ROJO CABANILLAS and VÍCTOR ROJO CABANILLAS
Cinematography by RITA NORIEGA
Art Direction by TOÑI PARRALES
Costume Design by CONSUELO BAHAMONDE
Edited by FÁTIMA DE LOS SANTOS
Sound editing and mix by VICENTE VILLAESCUSA and RAFA PACHÓN
Boom operator: FRANCIS CORTÉS
Makeup and Hairstyling by YOLANDA CABALLERO
Assistant Director: LAURA ALVEA
Production Manager: CAROLINA MARCOS
Distribution: TALYCUAL

SYNOPSIS: Luis is offered the perfect apartment: roomy, very bright, luxurious and so inexpensive. There's just one problem: she can't move in until the current owner, the elderly Lola, dies.

DIRECTOR NOTES: Life? What is life? A question that humans have asked themselves since they lived in caves and even today no one has managed to fully answer. Years ago I came across a quote by John Lennon: "Life is what happens to you while you are busy making other plans" and I found it absolutely revealing. Plans, future, expectations, mortgages... Who has not made the mistake of leaving happiness for tomorrow? Or at least, who has not fallen into the temptation of trying to control events to prevent them from turning our existence upside down? With these premises I wrote this simple fable called The Inconvenience (aka 100m2). A story of wounded souls struggling to communicate and, why not, to learn to live properly. It is impossible to build a theatrical show without a large team of creators and technicians. And this one put together by our producers (Talycual, Txalo and La Alegría, led by Bernabé Rico) is first class. Thank you all for giving form to this story of shared solitudes. At your side things are very easy. And thank you Kiti, Cristóbal and Marta for your unwavering faith and your tremendous talent. Dear audience, I hope you enjoy the show. And don't forget that first things must always come first, they must always come NOW.
Juan Carlos Rubio

A Production of TALYCUAL, TXALO and LA ALEGRÍA
Written and Directed by JUAN CARLOS RUBIO
Cast: KITI MÁNVER, CRISTÓBAL SUÁREZ and MARTA VELILLA
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
Set Design by JUAN SANZ
Lights Design by JOSÉ MANUEL GUERRA
Costume Design by PIER PAOLO ÁLVARO (AAPEE)
Music by MIGUEL LINARES
Director Assistant: ISABEL ROMERO
Photography by JULIO VERGNE
Poster Designed by LUIS SERRANO
Tour Manager: MARTA GUTIÉRREZ ABAD
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Distribution: TALYCUAL and TXALO

Cada mañana, María se levanta al amanecer para preparar el desayuno. Cada mañana ella toma el desayuno con su marido. Llevan juntos casi 50 años, toda una vida. Pero algo extraño está sucediendo… algo que podría ser el fin de su historia de amor.

A Production of LA CLAQUETA, TALYCUAL and LA CRUDA REALIDAD con el apoyo de la JUNTA DE ANDALUCÍA
Written & Directed by MANUEL H. MARTÍN
Produced by OLMO FIGUEREDO and BERNABÉ RICO
Cast: LUISA GAVASA and JUAN CARLOS SÁNCHEZ
Cinematography by ALEJANDRO ESPADERO
Art and Costume Design by ELENA VALLÉS
Makeup and Hairstyling by ROCÍO SANTANA
Edited by FÁTIMA DE LOS SANTOS
Sound editing and mix by SARA MARÍN and JORGE MARÍN
Boom operator: SARA MARÍN
Assistant Director: HUGO BAENA
Productores Ejecutivos: OLMO FIGUEREDO, SARA GÓMEZ
Distribution: TALYCUAL

Having suffered great loss and heartbreak in her life, Ana, now middle-aged and alone, is a woman on the edge. Haunted by her past, and her own personal demons, Ana seems to be losing the battle against her thoughts, her words, her fears. And the one man who can help Ana may prove to be just as powerless against her.

A Production of TALYCUAL, TXALO and LA ALEGRÍA
Written by CHRISTY HALL
Translated and Directed by BERNABÉ RICO
Cast: MARÍA CASTRO, DANI MURIEL and MIGUEL HERMOSO
Produced by BERNABÉ RICO
Set Design by JUAN SANZ
Lights Design by JOSÉ MANUEL GUERRA
Costume Design by PIER PAOLO ÁLVARO (AAPEE)
Director Assistant: MANU BAÑOS
Photography & Poster by SERGIO PARRA
Production Manager: MARISA PINO
Distribution: TXALO

When Sara is offered the chance to buy the house of her dreams, she can’t believe her luck. The house is light and airy, with spectacular views and extremely cheap. There’s just one “small” snag: Lola, the 80-year old current owner, will remain living in it until she dies.

A Production of LA CLAQUETA, TALYCUAL and LA CRUDA REALIDAD production with the support of ICAA, JUNTA DE ANDALUCÍA and CREA SGR and the collaboration of TVE and CANAL SUR TV
Directed by BERNABÉ RICO
Written by JUAN CARLOS RUBIO and BERNABÉ RICO
Produced by OLMO FIGUEREDO
Cast: JUANA ACOSTA, KITI MÁNVER, CARLOS ARECES and JOSÉ SACRISTÁN and the special appearance of DANIEL MURIEL and ANA FERNÁNDEZ
Cinematography by RITA NORIEGA
Editing by NACHO RUIZ CAPILLAS
Music by JULIO AWAD
Sound by JORGE MARÍN and ÁLVARO SILVA WUTH
Art Direction by CLAUDIA GONZÁLEZ
Costume Design by ESTHER VAQUERO
Makeup by MARÍA LIAÑO
Hairstyling by RAFA MORA and MARÍA LIAÑO
Assistant Director: BEA MATEOS
Production Manager: MANOLO LIMÓN
Distribution and World Sales: FILMAX

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