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The company reaches Totana Alquibla Theatre with the staging of the play "Dangerous Liaisons" (22/07/2008)

Qibla Totana Theatre presents today at half past ten p.m. in the Auditorium of City Park "Marcos Ortiz" "Dangerous Liaisons" by Choderlos de Laclos, a storm of vengeance, seduction, love and war, led by Antonio Saura and performed by Lola Martinez (Merteuil), Pedro Segura (Valmont), Hope Clark (Tourvel), Susi Espín (Cecile), James Espinosa (Danceny) and Angels Storekeeper (Volanges).

The staging of this work is part of the XXIV Theatre Week, organized by the Department of Culture to mark the program of festivities in Santiago.

Dangerous Liaisons shows the moral decadence of French society at the time that is developing the Revolution of 1789, but beyond the duo formed by Merteuil libertine Valmont, protagonists of the novel, Laclos shows a fierce critic of creative society and a powerful aristocratic class, of a stormy relationship and values intended to ensure the men and women to satisfy their needs and desires away from any conflict of conscience.

The author speaks of man and society, any time.

On Wednesday July 23 the work will take place "75 stab wounds," presented by Escudero productions, where they will join the absurd, and the comedy police.

Finally, on Thursday 24 July, the cultural cycle of drama ends with the highlight of this edition, which is the staging of the play "You have eyes of femme fatale, with a cast of actors category the likes of Lara Dibildos, Vanety and Fabio Rosa León, among others.

The argument of this book centers on a seductive name Sergio, who tries to seduce a woman named Elena, about to marry a wealthy old man.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana

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