A fable of loversTeatro Juan Bravo, Spain
DIRECTOR Alejandro Arestegui
Costume Design, Set Design Felype de Lima
We made love because you had a bet with the whole company. I am screwing Amparo! Cool, cocky, young, impudent, seductive, tender ... nothing and no one could resist you, right? I was a bet.
A tribute to the central theme of creative invention of all time:love. Love is the driving force behind the greatest literary works of humanity. Love moves mountains to be sure. Love, passion, desire, attraction (with all its nuances), the sensual love, platonic love, romantic love, intellectual love, courteous love, love in all its forms and concepts has inspired the most vibrant and intense moments in literature.
The show focuses on some of the most famous love scenes in theatrical history, through a common thread that unites and encompasses these stories.
Two actors once in a relationship, after separating, feel the need to get back together both emotionally and professionally. They decide, in line with their feelings, to look again at extracts of works of love so that they can reinterpret them. As soon as they begin working on the scenes, conflicts and disagreements arise, and their insatiable faith in love, despite the world and its tricks (and their own), is the best possible medicine to make the world more habitable, that reality is more beautiful in the presence of someone you love.