Theater and music fill the scenic spaces of Conil, Arcos and Prado del Rey on the weekend


This weekend ends October with three stage performances in three towns in the province of Cádiz, where there will be music, theater and an innovative proposal to talk about women. These three activities are organized by the Ministry of Culture and Historical Heritage and the Andalusian Network of Public Theaters of the Andalusian Agency for Cultural Institutions. In addition to including a dozen theaters and halls in the province, this program reaches some 70 towns throughout Andalusia.

As reported by the Board in a note, the Municipal Theater of Conil receives a proposal within the Abecedaria project, this Friday at 10:00 am. Lucía Miranda is responsible for this original staging entitled ‘The girl who dreamed’, by The Cross Border Project company.

It is a project resulting from the interviews that Miranda carried out for the Carlos III University of Madrid with the aim of making visible the problems faced by women in historically masculinized careers, mainly scientific ones, as well as creating educational tools and generating references. “The girl who dreamed ‘wants to serve as a questioning and inspiration so that both boys and girls choose their professional careers regardless of their gender,” they have explained from the company.

In addition to Lucía Miranda, on stage there will be Anahí Beholi, Belén de Santiago and Ángel Perabá, although in part the audience also plays a leading role. This work, after passing through Conil, will travel to Villanueva de Córdoba, through Arahal and through Bormujos, the latter two, towns in Seville.

For its part, on Saturday 30, at 8:00 p.m. at the Olivares Veas Municipal Theater in Arcos de la Frontera, the Malaje Solo company brings Antonio Blanco and José Antonio Aguilar to the stage with the play ‘Lope que te parió’ , a comedy that aims to disseminate knowledge about the theater of the so-called Golden Age, but all in a humorous way.

It focuses, above all, on the proposals of Lope de Vega, summarizing from the company that “through the representation of two abbreviated versions of ‘The best mayor, the king’ by Lope de Vega and ‘Life is a dream’ by Calderón, the essential characteristics of the theater of this period are addressed while the rich contrast between the vitalist theater of Lope and the intellectual passion of Calderón becomes evident “.

The scenic weekend and month will close, also on Saturday, at 9:00 p.m. at the Prado del Rey Theater, Maestro José Toro Doblas, with the music of Chencho Fernández and ‘Baladas de plata’, with the Themes from his two albums released: ‘Dadá was here’ and ‘Baladas de Plata’.