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Moria Casán returns to Mataderos with his version of Julio César

Ready to disembark again in the Mataderos neighborhood, Moria Casán returns to the El Plata Cinema Theater with Julius Caesarthe version adapted and directed by José María Muscari, of the classic by William Shakespeare.

Features will resume from Saturday August 6 in the room at Avenida Juan Bautista Alberdi 5765, which is part of the Buenos Aires Theater Complex (CTBA).

The cast that accompanies Moria is made up of Marita Ballesteros, Alejandra Radano, Malena Solda, Mario Alarcón, Mariano Torre, Mirta Wons, Vivian El Jaber, Fabiana García Lago and Payuca, with the particularity that the actresses assume the male roles while the actors play the female characters.

The play, premiered in April at the Cine Teatro El Plata had a more than successful first season, with tickets sold out since before the debut in the new room of the official circuit.

Julio César, the version of José María Muscari with Moria Casán and cast, in his presentation at the Festival Clásido de Mérida, Spain, 20 days ago.  Photo: EFE/.

Julio César, the version of José María Muscari with Moria Casán and cast, in his presentation at the Festival Clásido de Mérida, Spain, 20 days ago. Photo: EFE/.

This good streak was followed by a visit to Spain, where Julius Caesar inaugurated the 68th edition of the traditional Mérida Classical Theater Festival, one of the most important of its kind.

The Argentine cast performed three performances at the Festival, in the Roman Theater, an original construction from the 1st century BC that underwent several modifications throughout history, but retains its old amphitheater structure and today is a World Heritage Site.

Praise in Spain

The critics and the public received Moria, Muscari and the cast with great expectation and they did not disappoint in the framework of a theatrical meeting that already has its prestige in Europe.

“I had no idea of ​​that place or of the Festival, and from the invitation, I investigated and saw that it is one of the most important festivals in the world, in a Roman amphitheater, the only one left in Spain,” said Moria.

For the diva, “Opening the Festival with a Julius Caesar intervened by Muscari, and in the LGTBQ pride week, with the play in which the roles are reversed, it is an honor, a sublime moment for everyone,” he added.

"Julio César", opened the 68th edition of the Mérida Festival, in Spain.  Photo: EFE.

“Julio César”, opened the 68th edition of the Mérida Festival, in Spain. Photo: EFE.

After the performances at the Roman Theater, Moria highlighted the “feeling of fullness and relaxation” of the entire cast as they stepped on such an emblematic stage with so much history and protected “by the aura that is breathed”.

Faced with this particular character in his career, Moria had assured that he did not hesitate to accept the proposal for the work because it is timeless. “It talks about the power and the corruption, the strength and the weakness that power gives you; that it also manipulates you and ends your life,” she explained.

And she added: “Conspiracies, betrayals, loves, heartbreaks, disloyalties are present in the work, which is what is talked about at all times. In addition, I am a gladiator and in that I feel identified with Julius Caesar. Also in the fact that I have power but I don’t use it or use it harmoniously.

JJulio Cesar returns to the Cine Teatro El Plata, in Mataderos, from August 6.  Photo Constance Niscovolos

JJulio Cesar returns to the Cine Teatro El Plata, in Mataderos, from August 6. Photo Constance Niscovolos

For Muscari, the functions in Mérida were an extra injection of energy for this second part of the year. “Perhaps this is the beginning of being able to go with the work to other festivals in the world,” said the director.

Technical team and tickets

Julius Caesar It has the artistic collaboration of Paola Luttini, the direction and audiovisual production of Rosario González del Cerro, the costumes of Camila Milessi and Emiliano Blanco (for Kostüme). The sound is by Camilo Zentner and Ariel Gato, the lighting by Omar Posematto and the scenery by Gabriel Caputo.

The functions will be held on Saturdays and Sundays at 5:00 p.m., until Sunday, September 25. Ticket prices: Platea $1,250 Pullman $750 (with limited visibility), at the Cine Teatro El Plata box office and online at www.complejoteatral.gob.ar.

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