Ana (oblivion will take us too)

Synopsis

Inspired by Galdós “Tristana” and Ibsen’s ‘Dollhouse’.

Ana is a conventional housewife from 1960s Spain married to Lope, a lawyer who is to be appointed to a position at the Ministry. Ana’s days pass between housework, attention to her husband and visits to Satur’s hairdresser, her adviser and friend.

Ana’s life takes a turn the day she meets Vivian, a free-spirited French photographer who will make her realize that her life is far from being what she really wants.

  • Directed by: Mario Vega
  • Text: Irma Correa
  • Performers: Marta Viera, Rubén Darío, Ruth Sánchez, María de Vigo, Quique Villar.
  • Stage design: Mario Vega
  • Lighting design: Ibán Negrín
  • Video: Juan Carlos Cruz
  • Costume design and characterization: Nauzet Afonso
  • Music and soundscape: Germán Arias, Jonathan Rodríguez
  • Premiere: 2018. Teatro Pérez Galdós. Las Palmas de G.C.
  • Awards: Candidata Premios Max 2019 a Mejor Autoría, Mejor Dirección, Mejor Iluminación, Mejor Espacio Escénico. Premios Réplica Mejor Espectáculo, Mejor Dirección, Mejor Iluminación, Mejor Espacio Escénico, Mejor Actriz Protagonista.