A thousand people attend the XV Theater Exhibition organized by the UPNA in Pamplona | Current Pamplona

A thousand people attend the XV Theater Exhibition organized by the UPNA in Pamplona | Current Pamplona
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A total of 1,101 people have attended the XV Theater Exhibition, organized at the Civivox Iturrama and Mendillorri in the Navarrese capital by the Vice-Rectorate of University Projection, Culture and Dissemination of the Public University of Navarra (UPNA), through its Culture and Unit, in collaboration with the Pamplona City Council. The theatrical cycle, which consisted of seven performances held between April 22 and 28, included the participation of groups from six universities: Burgos, León, Pública de Navarra, Santiago de Compostela, Valladolid and Vigo.

The performance of “(De)de los rubbles”, staged by the UPNA Theater Group last weekend (April 27 and 28), brought together a total of 433 people. This production is based on a play written by María Prado and has been directed by Óscar Orzáiz Resano

In addition to the UPNA production, the rest of the cycle included the following performances: “Sangre Carbón”, by Lola Fernández de , by the Teatro El Mayal group (University of León); “Desequilibrios”, by Fernando Dacosta, by the Maricastaña group, from the University of Vigo (Ourense campus); “ in emptied Spain”, a creation of the Theater Group of the University Campus of Soria (University of Valladolid); “Leaving my skin”, by Andrea González, by the Da USC-Lugo theater company (Santiago de Compostela University); and “Con-sumo SERVICIO”, by several authors, adapted and directed by Juan Luis Sáez for the Theater Classroom of the University of Burgos.

The average attendance per performance reached 157 people and the most viewed performances were “Miracle in Empty Spain”, with 188 attendees, and “(De)de los rubbles”, with 211 and 222, in separate performances.

Queues at the entrance to the Civivox Iturrama assembly hall before the performance of the UPNA Theater Group.

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