To what extent are we free? At what price? Do we self-censor? What is the value of our vote? It is legitimate to vote based on our own interests more than the common good? Do I have the right to sell my vote? If that is what I intend to do, should my vote be taken from me? How many times are we permitted to look the other way in the face of injustice in return for not losing our job, or hurt someone or lose a position or risk our physical self? How much are we capable of keeping quite in exchange for the economic survival of our family?
A performing arts company receives public funding from a political party with opposing ideals and actions to its ethics. The members of the company decide to keep quiet so as not to lose the funding that makes their artistic project viable. How much moral force do they possess afterwards when they go on stage and try to show us their vision of the world?
Àlex Rigola has freely adapted and directed the classic work by Henrik Ibsen with a cast made up of Nao Albet, Israel Elejalde, Irene Escolar, Óscar de la Fuente and Francisco Reyes.
PricesFriends of the Arriaga: From 25 to 35%
Groups, young people, over 65s, the unemployed, large families and people with disabilities in excess of 33%: 25%
Theatre Professionals: 25%
Last minute discount (for the previous groups, except Friends of the Arriaga): 50%
Last minute discount for Young Friend of the Arriaga: 70%
Disabled persons in a wheelchair: 50% (in the proscenium, balcony and a companion)