The Municipal Theater Group ‘Farándula’ returns to stage ‘Mamás’, a comic play by Marc Egea in which two women tell their experience and their peculiar vision of the world of motherhood. The performance will take place on Friday, October 15, at 8:30 p.m., at the Padre Manuel Cultural Center.
Directed by Luque, Mercedes Bazán and Nathalie Martin they get back on the boards to give life to Elena and Carla, the characters who suffer, live, suffer and enjoy their experiences as mothers. ‘Farándula’ premiered ‘Mamás’ in November 2015, which represented a risky commitment by contemporary Spanish authors, in their efforts to give a voice to these playwrights and spread the path through which the current Spanish scene is traveling.
However, this work allowed the group to win in May 2016 with the awards of Best Set Design and Best Female Actor for Mercedes Bazan, for her character of Elena, in the XVI Theater Contest ‘Isidro Carbonero Villa de Campillos’.
‘Mamás’ tells the story of two very different women who meet during their pregnancy at the gynecologist’s office. As a result, their paths occasionally cross over the years. Despite being very different, the maternity it will cause a “wonderful friendship” to emerge, in which they will support each other to face their respective lives.
The tickets they have a price of 5 euros and can be purchased at the ticket office of the Padre Manuel Cultural Center from one hour before the start of the show, and on the phone 633 04 71 74.