‘Daughter of the Moon’, ‘Sleeping Beauty’, ‘Elektra.25’ and ‘Ay, Carmela’, in the week of the Teatro Principal

ALICANTE. The Principal Theater of Alicante programs five shows for this week with music, ballet, theater and zarzuela. This Wednesday, January 18, at 9:00 p.m., he arrives at the Principal Daughter of the moon, the best tribute to Mecano. A show based on the record Sunday restthe most important and sold in the history of the mythical group.

It’s about a Show that he will transfer for one night to one of his massive concerts in which thousands of souls sang each of his songs. A night to reunite with those who shared this magical time with you. Quite a show starring Robin Torres.

On Thursday, January 19, at 8:30 p.m., the International Classical Ballet presents Sleeping Beautya production with more than 40 artists that narrates three great parties in the palace: the baptism, the birthday, the wedding of Princess Aurora and the act of dreaming.

The evil witch Carabós predicts that the princess will prick herself and die, but the fairy Lila changes it for the dream. Prince Desiré’s kiss will wake her up. At their wedding, next to kings, courtiers and fairies, the most famous characters from Perrault’s tales are seen: Cinderella, Puss in Boots, Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, Blue Bird and Princess Florina and the main characters they dance their famous pas de deux.

'Elektra.25', by the company Atalaya.

On Friday, January 20, at 8:30 p.m., Elektra.25 It arrives at the Principal by the prestigious company Atalaya. The work by Ricardo and Carlos Iniesta is based on the original version by Euripides and Sophocles, and includes Silvia Garzón, María Sanz, Lidia Mauduit, Raúl Vera, Enmanuel García, Garazi Aldasoro, Imasul Rodríguez and Ángela González in the cast. It has a strong emotional charge because its leitmotiv essential has endured through the ages: revenge.

The objective is to transmit to the spectator emotions that are foreign to the daily ones; It is not about provoking catharsis in the viewer that promotes sensations that cannot be experienced in any other place or event in daily life. The choir is the one who marks, during practically the entirety of the work, the rhythm and the emotional tone. Their ethnic chants and choreographies take on a power over and above the characters themselves.

The Saturday, January 21, at 8:30 p.m. arrives Ay Carmela!, by José Sanchís Sinisterra, directed by José Carlos Plaza and with María Adánez and Pepón Nieto in the cast. Carmela and Paulino are two revue actors who act in Republican Spain in the middle of the Spanish Civil War. Due to an error they cross the lines and are taken prisoner by the Francoists.

They order them to put on a show for their troops and to include a parody against the Republic, to make fun of international brigade members who are going to be shot. Carmela, outraged, spontaneously subverts said parody despite the desperate attempts of the timid Paulino, and she ends up being shot too. Paulino is left alone and has no other consolation than getting drunk and receiving visits from Carmela’s spirit.

'Oh, Carmela!', with María Adánez and Pepón Nieto.

On Sunday, January 22, at 6:00 p.m., the Alicante Lyric Company takes the zarzuela to the tables of the Alicante Coliseum The old lady and the song of oblivionwith the Vinalopó Symphony Orchestra and the direction of José Antonio Pérez Botella.

La Viejecita: After a long absence for work reasons, a group of friends and co-workers return to Madrid for a brief season. That same night a party is held in honor of the English Dragons in the palace of the Marqués de Aguilar. All friends are invited except for Carlos. Aware of the unexpected presence of an old aunt of one of the friends, Carlos will bet with the rest of the friends that he will attend the party.

The Song of Oblivion: In the Goose Inn, in front of the palace of the courtesan Flora Goldoni, for days there has been talk of a princess who has recently arrived from Rome and who is staying there following in the footsteps of Captain Leonello.

'The saffron rose', by the Alicante Lyric Company.

‘Daughter of the Moon’, ‘Sleeping Beauty’, ‘Elektra.25’ and ‘Ay, Carmela’, in the week of the Teatro Principal