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Teatre Lliure

 

Teatre Lliure

Teatre Lliure, in the old Palace of Agriculture.

The Teatre Lliure is a theatre in Barcelona considered one of the most prestigious in Catalonia. It was created in 1976 in the neighborhood of Gràcia by a group of professionals from Barcelona's independent theater scene. It became distinguished for its practice of presenting theater in Catalan, its revisiting of classics, and its penchant for contemporary theater. Its first staged play in its original location (La Lleialtat factory in Gràcia) was Camí de nit, by Lluís Pasqual, in 1976.[1]

The Teatre Lliure is not only a place of exhibition, but also a cooperative society that makes its own productions, many of which have been exported to other cities across Europe and America. From the beginning, theater productions were performed as well as music and dance.

In 1989, it was one of the founding members of the Union of the Theatres of Europe. In 2001, the theater opened at its new location in the old Palace of Agriculture on the mountain of Montjuïc of Barcelona. The new building contains several halls equipped with the latest technology which permits changing the order of the rooms in mere minutes, changing the positions of props, expanding the available room, and facilitating the manipulation of the scene and staging elements.

The theater has been directed by Fabià Puigserver, Lluís Pasqual, Lluís Homar, Guillem-Jordi Graells, and Josep Montanyès. Àlex Rigola has been the director since March 2003.

The theater is a member theater of the Union of the Theatres of Europe.

Contents

  • Buildings 1
  • Awards 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Buildings

Awards

See also

References

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External links

  • Home page of the theatre (Catalan) (English) (Spanish)

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