Theater and science come together at D’Ensayo Festival. News. Zaragoza City Council

Theater and science come together at D’Ensayo Festival.  News.  Zaragoza City Council
From March 16 to 19, it is celebrated D’Ensayo Festival of Theater and Science 2023 At the Estación del Norte Civic Center. The program includes a play in competition every day, as well as a debate with the youth on Friday, and a double show with an invited circus play on Saturday. On Sunday afternoon, through an online ceremony, the jury’s decision will be announced and the D’Ensayo prize will be awarded to the winning work, for which €1,000 has been awarded.

The final four works of this second edition are “His White Whale”, by La Bohardella Teatro; “Darwin’s Tortoise,” by the Ateneo de Pozuelo Collection; “Haley” by Julio Montañana Hidalgo; and “After the Hype”, by Euphoria Pool. In addition, the program includes a demo Circus and Physics “RUBE”, produced by Alodeyá And the festival itself. Dramatic reading of Einstein’s monologue In anticipation of the event, and Open discussion with young people about the scientific theatre.

Submission is today, Tuesday, March 14, in the Auditorium of the University of Zaragoza at 8:15 pm. Actor Riccardo Joven will play scientist Albert Einstein for a few minutes and will perform a dramatic reading of a monologue based on his own story “Einstein and the Dodo”. It has been a hundred years since the famous scientist visited Zaragoza and D’Ensayo, with this monologue, joins the celebration scheduled for the same week by the University of Zaragoza.

The four acts were selected from a total of thirty performances that received a national invitation. One comes from Burgos, “Su ballena blanca”, which will open the festival, the rest from Madrid society. Thus, the Aragonese circus company Alodeyá will be the host for this second edition. In it, the competing groups will also enjoy a workshop on the technologies applied in the show, which will be given by artist Néstor Lizalde at the Etopia Art and Technology Center open to the public.

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