Finalists of the XXI edition of the Max Performing Arts Awards

The gala will take place on June 18 at the Cartuja Center CITE in Seville

The organizing committee of the Max Performing Arts Awards announces today, May 3, through this release, the finalists of the 19 categories in competition of the 21st edition of these awards organized by the SGAE Foundation, in order to recognize the talent of the professionals of the Theater and Dance of our country and the promotion of the shows of the season.

The jury, chaired by Maxi Rodríguez and composed by Antonia Bueno, Juli Disla, institutional director of Performing Arts of the SGAE Foundation, Carmen Dólera, Albert Mestres, Diana de Paco and Eduardo Pérez Rasilla, was in charge of choosing the finalists. Of the 395 shows registered in this edition, 137 were candidates, of which only 37 shows have reached the final stage, bringing together a total of 57 finalists.

The winners of the 21st edition of the Max Performing Arts Awards will be announced on June 18 at the gala that will be held at the Cartuja Center CITE in Seville. In addition to the 19 candidatures to the contest, 3 special prizes are awarded: Max de Honor Prize, which has recognized the career of the dramatist and theater director José Sanchis Sinisterra; the Max Amateur or Social Character, which will be announced in the month of May; and the Special Max of the Public, which will be known once the voting period has ended. This year, the Max Awards have the collaboration of the City of Seville.

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.

Organizing Committee of the Max Awards
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OFFICIAL LIST OF FINALISTS

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