main stage 2015

Ronensbourgh

by Beatriz Cabur 

 
In Co-Production with IATI Theater
Dates: May 21, 2015 – June 7, 2015
Location: IATI Theater: 64 East 4th Street, NYC 10003

 

Synopsis:

The Heiber family lives in a world that’s rapidly crumbling, plagued by flawed and outdated social and political models.   Meanwhile a group of aristocrats, led by Helmut Ronen, are creating the perfect city as the answer to all of society’s problems: RONENSBOURGH.

Ronensbourgh, also known as “How is it possible that we have ended up in Ronensbourgh?” is a very contemporary and highly experimental piece, written in a Heiner Müller’s style (no stage directions. No formatting. SOME CAPITAL LETTERS THAT SEEM RANDOM BUT THEY’RE NOT). The play posses relevant questions about identity, society and home; about the conception of those ideas, and the dislodging of the very things our society hold as important.

The Creative Team:

Directed by Ignacio Garcia-Bustelo; Scenic Design: Jennifer Sipila; Lighting Design: Porsche McGovern; Video & Projection Design: Laia Cabrera & Isabelle Duverger; Sound Design: Alfredo Tauste; Costume Design: Yuko Nakao; Image: Nancy Grossman*

The Cast:

Claudio Bandini, Mateo Franco, Sara Gozalo, Begonya PlazaFrancisco Reyes

 

The Crew:

Assistant Director/Stage Manager: Cristina Ayon-Viesca; Line Producer: Soraya Padrao; Production Manager: Cristina Perez Ballesteros; Production Assistants: Sandra Gumuzzio & Maria Gonzalez; Marketing: Allison Kadin & WowMom; Press Representative: Yani Perez & Marcos Garcia

*Image:

Nancy Grossman (American, born 1940), Untitled, 1972, Lithographic crayon on two joined sheets of paper, Sheet: 99.1 x 96.8 cm. (39 x 38 1/8 in.) The Baltimore Museum of Art: Thomas E. Benesch Memorial Collection, BMA 1973.18 / Photography By: Mitro Hood / Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York, NY.

Contributors:

RONENSBOURGH is made posible thanks to the support and contribution of the following organizations: Spain Culture New York, Lower Manhattan Cultural CouncilNew York State Council on the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

 

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