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The tragedy of the Prince of Denmark is part of a time of hectic transformation, halfway between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Not only are we witnessing a political and social change of evident depth, but the very root that constitutes the thought of the Middle Ages will be greatly affected. Currently, already immersed in the 21st century, we are witnessing a similar paradigm. The much-cited crisis that from public and media institutions constitutes the day-to-day of our daily life, could be explained in the words of the Italian philosopher Antonio Gramsci, crises occur because the old dies and the new is not born. That situation of stillness, that impossibility of movement, defines the vital pulse of Prince Hamlet. It is not possible to avenge a father, based on values ​​in which he does not believe. If, furthermore, that father is as tyrannical and criminal as his executioner, inaction is the only possible response. Perplexed, Hamlet witnesses the collapse of a family and a nation.


Direction: Flores, Ximo
Actors: Banyuls, JoséCrespo, ClaraEsteve, CristinaJornet, Alejandro A.Mandli, JuanMandli, MarMiralles, PaulaTamarit, BrunoTorres, Isaac and Cárcel Hidalgo-Saavedra, Javier. 

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