With the return of theatrical exercise, works are slowly being added to the Buenos Aires billboard. One among them is the one within the Cortázar room on Paseo La Plaza, which this Friday it reopens, completely renewed, with the premiere of Three good males. The features might be on Fridays and Saturdays at 20.
The story, from the creator Andrea Bauab, places three characters, a health care provider, a choose and a journalist with an impeccable profession, at a crossroads, since, at a sure level of their lives and every for a distinct cause, cowl up the identification of a kid’s killer.
On this context, the child’s mom, in her determined seek for the reality, and the journalist’s spouse, pushed by ambition, embody the battle between the imposition of justice or the triumph of impunity.
Horacio Vay, Claudio Salama and Freddy Duer, the play that premieres at Paseo La Plaza.
This suspenseful plot, which brings out the darkish aspect that all of us have past appearances, iit additionally entails the general public, making him really feel a part of every determination of those three “good” males. Confronted with an ethical crossroads, they are going to be drawn into the darkest locations of their very own selections.
Directed by Marcelo Silguero and Claudio Salama, Three good males it stars Horacio Vay, Freddy Duer, Marisa Salerno, Cynthia and Salama himself, who additionally tailored the textual content.
With the reactivation of theatrical exercise, so hit by the closure of the theaters for greater than a yr, the producer Claudio Salama (who additionally has the opposite two rooms, Columbia and La Mueca) as soon as once more depends on this piece, to which thought-about extra present than ever.
The phrase of the director
“What happens on stage is a moral conflict that we see every day in real life.Ly that forces us to decide at peak moments of life, in extreme situations “, says the director.” Each viewer will draw their own conclusions and, surely, will generate debate. “
Three good males premiered in Buenos Aires in 2009 on the Actors Studio theater in Buenos Aires. AND It was eight years on the invoice.
“This work was done, for a long time, by a friend of mine who died, Alejandro Hodara, and I always had it in my head to release it again. So I called the author, which lives in israel, and gave me the rights. We were going to release it last year but it was postponed due to the pandemic, “says Salama. And he provides:” Putting it on stage now, with a renovated room, has something symbolic as well. “
After passing by way of the Buenos Aires billboard, he had an tour of various elements of the world, in several variations, since its strategy is common. Producers from Puerto Rico noticed it within the Buenos Aires theater and took it to that nation, the place it premiered on the well-known Coribantes theater.
And, from the island, he continued your journey to Miami, from the hand of producer Miguel Ferro, the place it premiered in Spanish and English.
Concurrently, in 2012, the Hebrew model gained First Prize on the prestigious Tel Aviv Beit Lessin Theater Pageant, in Israel, and was printed as the one Argentine work within the assortment of common dramaturgy of the Israeli publishing home Sefer Lakol.
Final yr, within the midst of a pandemic, was translated into French to be carried out in Paris. And, as well as, the Division of Authorities Ethics of Puerto Rico selected it amongst dozens of works to mount, movie and promote -through the ethical conflicts that the textual content raises- the moral debate amongst politicians.
The dramaturgy Andrea Bauab is the creator of fourteen performs, and was additionally a screenwriter for movies akin to Letters to Jenny and Petals and Thorns. For ten years, he has coordinated the Inventive Writing and Authors Neighborhood workshops on the Cervantes Institute in Tel Aviv.