Work in three acts that inquires about power games, questions ideology and draws fine lines on human nature in relation to that possible agreement, of what we once called the social agreement. Crossed by the constructed myths from the Hollywood fiction, George Kaplan, that fictional character, a decoy in the fiction of Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest film, is reinvented by Frédéric Sonntag for the theater in three moments: a group of activists, a group of screenwriters, and a group in power. Three stories, one name: George Kaplan… and, a chicken.
Spanish version: Eunice Cortés and Nicolás Alvarado
Set designer and prop master: Jesús Hernández*
Lighting designer: Patricia Gutiérrez*
Costume designer: Edyta Rzewuska.
Soundtrack and video designer: Redoba Producciones.
Assistant director: Antonio Peña.
Prop master assistant: Israel “Puebla” Hernández Cerón.
Assistant costume designer: Sara Losada.
A Roldán Ramírez
B Verónica Bravo
C Richard Viqueira*
D Francisco Barreiro
E Cecilia Ramírez Romo
Carpenter: Macedonio Cervantes, Iván Cervantes, Eusebio Cervantes, Leonardo Villanueva, Rodolfo Cruz, Juan Carlos Cruz, Ernesto Cruz, Roberto Águila, Luciano Martínez, Jaime Lule and Víctor Ramírez.
Paint crew: Paso de Gato: Jesús Castillo, Francisco Durán, Carlos Castillo, Suriel Velazco, Karina Becerra, Carmen Yberri and Oswaldo Garnica.
Costume maker: Ben-Hadad Gómez.
Video post-production: Edgar Estrella.
Audio post-production: Aldo Sánchez.
*Artistic member of Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte.
Teatro El Granero, Xavier Rojas. Centro Cultural del Bosque.
Dates: August 2 to 25, Tuesday to Thursday
Date: September 2