NOTICE. Start brought forward to 6:00 p.m.
Tickets already purchased for the show will be used for the new schedule.
Spectators who do not wish to attend this show must send an email to requesting a refund, which will be processed automatically as soon as service conditions make this possible.
Tickets purchased at the box offices can be returned there from the January 12.

Coproduction of Grec 2020 Festival de Barcelona, Teatro Español and Teatre Romea
Author Juan Rulfo
Dramaturgy Pau Miro
With Vicky Peña and Pablo Derqui 
Stage direction Mario Gas

1.50 h (w/out intermission)

 Hand programme (ESP) 

Pedro Paramo, a modest man who becomes the boss of his village, Comala, using it for his own personal gain and then leading it to disaster until it is converted into a ghost town.
Years later his son, Juan Preciado, fulfils the promise made to his mother, Dolores Preciado, on her deathbed. Complying with his mother’s wishes, he goes to look for his father, who had been away since his birth, to demand everything the latter owed them. Full of hope, Juan goes back to the village, where he comes across the ghosts of those who had lived there and witnessed who his father really was and how he took advantage of the villagers, including his mother.  One of the fundamental works of 20th century South American narrative, a story of stories where violence and tenderness blend to denounce corruption and the abuse of the oppressed.

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