Candidates for the XXII Max Performing Arts Awards
A total of 119 shows of the 358 registered have been selected
The voting process for the Max Prize of the Public is opened until April 30
The Organizing Committee of the Max Performing Arts Awards announces through this announcement the candidates for the 19 contest categories of the 22nd edition of these awards organized by the SGAE Foundation, whose purpose is to stimulate and reward the talent of the professionals of the Theater and Dance of our country, in addition to the promotion of the shows of the season.
A total of 119 shows of the 358 registered they have been selected to participate as candidates in the 22nd edition of the Max Performing Arts Awards, as they have decided, in this first phase, the three territorial juries (Madrid, Catalonia and Autonomous Communities) appointed by the Organizing Committee.
After the first phase of selection, a court formed by the three presidents of the territorial juries, four personalities of the Performing Arts and a member of the Organizing Committee, will be in charge of deciding the finalists of the 19 categories that compete for the 22nd edition of the Max Performing Arts Awards.
The Organizing Committee of the 22nd edition of the Max Performing Arts Awards is composed of Ana Graciani, president of the SGAE Foundation, Pilar Jurado, institutional director of Performing Arts of the SGAE Foundation, the playwrights Eduardo Galán, Yolanda García Serrano, Juan Luis Mira, Paloma Pedrero and the choreographer María Pagés (members of the School of Great Law of the SGAE).
Opening of the Public Max Award
In addition, the Max Awards Organizing Committee announces, coinciding with the official publication of the candidates, the opening of the voting period for the Max Prize of the Public. This award will recognize, for the second year in a row, this season's favorite show for Performing Arts fans from among all the candidates competing in the 22nd edition of the Max Awards.
The mobile and online application #VotaMax will register the scores from today and until April 30. This special prize allows theater lovers to qualify each of the 119 candidate shows in the categories of theater, dance, music or lyric, street, revelation and for children, youth or family.
#VotaMax It is available on the Max Awards website, Android and iOs. Among all the participants, two trips will be drawn for two people -including entrance, travel and accommodation-, to attend the 22nd edition of the Max Awards as a public. This special prize is added to the Max Award of Honor, to Max Amateur or Social Character and to the 19 categories to contest and will be made public once the voting deadlines are completed.
About the Max Awards
Organized by the SGAE Foundation since 1998, the Max Awards, whose prize is designed by the poet and artist Joan Brossa (Barcelona-1919/1999), promoter of one of the renewing collectives of post-war Spanish art, have been consolidated as over these years as the broadest recognition in the field of Performing Arts in the Spanish State, reaching a growing number of followers and arousing the interest of companies of all types and throughout the national territory. In its last edition, held on June 18, 2018 at the Cartuja Center CITE in Seville, 3,370 professionals attended and 394 shows were registered.
These awards celebrate 23 years keeping their three special awards: Max honor award, which will distinguish the trajectory of a person who for his contribution, delivery and defense of the Performing Arts, the Max Amateur or Social Prize, which encompasses projects in favor of integration and social projection and to amateur companies with an outstanding contribution to Performing Arts, and Max Public Award, that will be granted to the show that obtains the greater number of votes of the public through the online application #VotaMax.
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