PAISAJE SIN CASAS (A HOUSELESS LANDSCAPE)
“As far as our dreams take us”
- Text by Pablo Ley
- Directed by Aleix Fauró
- Teatre Lliure 2013 and Teatre Eòlia 2012
Award: Marqués de Bradomín 1990
“One of these days I’ll get a car and go as far as the fuel can take me. A landscape without houses. Anyplace. A landscape without men, without women, a landscape without chicks, without beer cans. A place with just one rock where I can sit. Turn myself into a spider. Just waiting. Waiting for things to happen. Simply waiting for time to run out. Under the sun. That is what I will do.”
A houseless landscape is a dialogue between two common crooks, two pickpockets, or two junkies who are waiting. Waiting for something. For an exit, for everything to calm down, for drugs to arrive, for the tempest to come. They hope to get out of all this. While waiting for things to happen, they start a conversation with each other.
They talk about day and night, about bullshit and light at the end of the tunnel, about the broken dreams and the dreams yet to be lived, about their fears and their interior worlds.
“Al text de Pablo Ley li agrada supurar imatges. Poètiques i, alhora, brutes, desesperades, buides.”
“L’escenografia de Ian Gehlhaar (…) aconsegueix un ambient lamentable que li va perfecte al text”.
Carles Gilabert, Eduardo Telletxea, Javier Beltrán
Marina Fita, Elsa Lluch
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