A month full of premieres is coming for all tastes. December comes seeded from shows that range from one of the great classics of the twentieth century through two proposals of our most current dramaturgy to the replacement, for the success obtained, of a piece released last season.

A) Yes, Signed Lejárraga, by Vanessa Montfort, under the direction of Miguel Ángel Lamata, rescued last April, within the cycle "In large print", the figure of the writer and deputy María Lejárraga, and claimed her name hidden behind a story of anonymity and silence Between December 4 and 22 we will have the opportunity to relive this act of historical justice on the tables that both triumphed in its premiere.

On the other hand, on December 11 and 12 there will be the premiere of two new productions of the CRC that address two major issues: that of housing as a reflection of the economic and values ​​crisis that characterizes our days; and the debate about the gender roles passed through the sieve of irreverence, irony and absurd humor that characterize the style of the theater company in Vilo. Tenant (Numancia 9, 2ºA), by Paco Gámez, you can see it in the Princess Room of the María Guerrero Theater; and Man up It is the proposal of Andrea Jiménez and Noemi Rodríguez that will house the Francisco Nieva Room of the Valle-Inclán Theater.

For its part, the main hall of María Guerrero will host, from December 13 to January 19, one of the top works of the Spanish dramaturgy: Divine words from Valle-Inclán, he will once again shake consciences with his mordacity and his timeless mastery, with the direction and dramaturgy of José Carlos Plaza.

The children's audience will also have its place: a new appointment with Titerescena, our annual cycle of family shows. In December he visits us Vulgarcito, a fun assembly of object theater by the Salamanca company La Chana Theater.

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