Spotlight on stage: Don Quixote Nomad in Seville

Published on 10/19/2023

Our colleague Cristina Machín talks about the shows in Seville in the "Scene Spotlight" section.

Today, Thursday, we went to the La Fundición Hall, to enjoy puppet theater. The Sevillian company BricAbrac Teatro, founded in 2005, represents the play Don Quixote Nomad these last two weekends of October.

The work, aimed at all ages, the family audience, seeks to bring this classic closer through a charming, historical and striking performing arts genre such as puppets. A synthesized and fun adaptation of the famous Cervantes character, Don Quixote and his faithful squire Sancho Panza.

Elena Bolaños, co-founder of this company, has told us today about the ins and outs and production of this endearing story, the handmade modeling of her puppets (origami) or about the fusion between cinema and puppets on stage, which provides a touch of originality to the production. The work premiered this year and this summer won the First Prize for Best Show at the International Children's Baroque Competition, within the framework of the 46th edition of the Almagro International Classical Theater Festival (Castilla-La Mancha).

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