Next Monday, November 18, the National Dramatic Center organizes a tribute to Cipriano Rivas Cherif, the director, set designer, playwright, outstanding innovator of our theater and founder of the TEA (Theater School of Art), whose headquarters was the María Guerrero Theater and which since 2012 gives name to our theater research laboratory.
The act, framed within the cycle “Mondays with voice”, Will feature Juan Aguilera, Manuel Aznar, Fernando Doménech and Begoña Riesgo in a round table moderated by Ernesto Caballero.
Next, there will be a dramatized reading of the play by the honored playwright “What does Irene mean?”, Directed by Aitana Galán and with a cast composed of: Silvia Espigado, Gloria Albalate, Jorge Machín, Agnes Kiraly, Juan Alberto López, Marina Andina, Fernando Romo, Sara Sánchez and Mariano Rochman, in addition to musicians Pablo Hernández and Alex Huelves.
In addition, the video of the series “Our theater”Dedicated to Rivas Cherif.
The event will take place at the Guerrero Theater from 8 pm to 10 pm Free entry until complete seats.