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“Few things are as irreplaceable as a theater performance”

"Few things are as irreplaceable as a theater performance"

Argentine actor Ricardo Darín, who plays scenes of married life in the theatrical production with his compatriot Andrea Pietra, considers the “theater performance” after the world he has experienced over the past two years. as some things are irreplaceable”.

“The event, to be part of the ritual of attending a theater-going struggle, which is exposed side by side with our peers on stage, is nothing, and We think things are starting to get back to normalRicardo Darin said.

Presenting the work From this Wednesday 11th May to next 22nd May In the Teatro del Soho in the Spanish city of Málaga (south).

back in the ring

Andrea Pietra and Ricardo Darin, duet of "Scenes of Married Life", which will appear in Madrid.  photo EFE/Carlos Diaz

Andrea Pietra and Ricardo Darin, duet of “Scenes of Married Life”, which will appear in Madrid. photo EFE/Carlos Diaz

Work has resumed its way”two very rare years in which so many ideas had to be suspended and postponedSo many projects and ambitions”, he remarked.

“The same thing has happened to all of us, from detention in one gesture to restarting the dynamic, and We worried about returning to the ring as much as the audience To meet my peers in the theatre,” he said.

Therefore, they have been able to “get through this difficult period for humanity” and are now “happy”.enjoy these places of happiness We are all devastated compared to what is happening in the world.

how does it feel to work

married life scene it is A work “In Permanent Movement”According to Darin, who usually remarks with Pietra “the resignation of the things he has been saying for some years, which, inserted today, takes on a different meaning.”

For the actor, it stems from the “skill, ability, and intelligence” of Ingmar Bergman, the author of the original text, “in presenting the conflict in the lives of two human beings over twenty-five years.”

Beauties  Antonio Banderas and Ricardo Darin.  The Spaniard is the owner of the theater where the Argentine will perform.  photo EFE/Carlos Diaz

Beauties Antonio Banderas and Ricardo Darin. The Spaniard is the owner of the theater where the Argentine will perform. photo EFE/Carlos Diaz

“Among its positive effects is that Synthesizes scenes in situations that humans go through in our relationshipsOr we know someone close to us has gone through them, and an effect badly called mirrors that makes us feel closer to the events on stage, no matter how risky. No,” he said.

lots of humor

When asked whether seeing this work could save marriages in trouble or certainly condemn them, Darin admits that When her friends tell her they are going to see her, she asks them “how are they in their couples”.,

“It has only ever happened to me that I met friends who had come to the ceremony and who looked at me saying: ‘How come you didn’t tell me that?'”He joked.

Darin explained that in this montage “There’s a lot of humor, something that didn’t happen in the television and film versions“, and is added with “Furthermore, when the conflict goes through Latin and blood temper, it becomes even deeper in its sense of humour”.

The actor believes the Teatro del Soho, where he was received this Wednesday by his producer, the Spanish actor Antonio BanderasThere is an “ideal” room for these types of functions, which “because it is intimate, it draws a lot from its proximity to the stalls”.

For his part, Andrea Pietra agreed with Darin that Theater “Nothing, Live, Being in the Moment” And there is also a lesson in this work that the actors “like to go through”.

Pietra believed that the work “leaves people in a positive state and saves love, which is the most important of these two people”, and although he talks about marriage as “a trap”, the viewer “recognizes the sensations, situations and experiences told on stage”.

Source: EFE

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