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The MountainMultimedia performance, length 70 min

  12+
The Mountain, Foto Jordi Soler
Performance, text, video, sound and other theatrical signs come together in this multimedia and interdisciplinary event which culminates in an epochal interrogation of truth. What is the truth? What is the proof that something has happened?

When do "truth" and "reality" intersect? Is something that seems real to us always true? In order to explore these questions, The Mountain incorporates the first expedition to Mount Everest, the success of which remains uncertain to this day, Orson Welles' controversial radio programme The War of the Worlds, fake websites, and Vladimir Putin's debate on  truth and trust.

Agrupación Señor Serrano (Silver Lion 2015 at the Venice Theatre Biennale) is a theatre company from Barcelona that creates original productions about the contradictory aspects of contemporary human existence. Señora Serrano's performances are a theatre of "live" video images, models, text, performance, sound and object. The group tours its productions all over the world.

For 12+ and adults,
In English with Slovenian surtitles.


Agrupación Señor Serrano (Spain)
Direction and dramaturgy: Àlex Serrano, Pau Palacios in Ferran Dordal
Music: Nico Roig
Videoprogramming: David Muñiz
Video: Jordi Soler Quintana
Set design: Lola Belles, Àlex Serrano
Lighting design: Cube.bz
Digital masks: Román Torre
Cast: Anna Pérez Moya, Àlex Serrano, Pau Palacios in David Muñiz
Voice: Amelia Larkins
Production direction: Barbara Bloin
Management: Art Republic
Producer: Paula Sáenz de Viteri
Production: Agrupación Señor Serrano, Grec Festival de Barcelona, Teatre Lliure, Conde Duque Centro de Cultura Contemporánea, CSS Teatro Stabile di Innovazione del Friuli – Venezia Giulia, Teatro Stabile del Veneto – Teatro Nazionale, Zona K / Monty Kultuurfaktorij, Grand Theatre, Feikes Huis
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