Josep Maria Miró i Coromina will be at Targu-Mures for the stage presentation of his text The principle of Archimedes and for a workshop with the students from the Targu-Mures University of Arts.
7 May, 16.00 – Sudio Hall, National Theatre of Targu-Mures
The principle of Archimedes by Josep Maria Miró i Coromina – staged presentation and after talk with the public
Director: Gáspárik Attila
Sound and Video Design: Cătălin Roșață
Cast: Ana – Elena Purea, Rúben – Csaba Ciugulitu, Hector – Luchian Pantea, David – Ștefan Mura, The introducer – Sergiu Marocico.
5-8 May, 10.00-18.00 – Conference Hall, Ariel Theatre, Targu-Mures
Playwriting Workshop held by Josep Maria Miró i Coromina with the students from the University of Arts.
About the text:
Jordi, the coach of a children’s swimming group, hugs and kisses one of the children, who is crying because he is afraid of the water and doesn’t want to take his back float off. Jordi’s gesture, however, will cause complaints from some of the parents and give rise to a spiral of mistrust that will bring to the surface all kinds of suspicions, prejudices and fears. Archimedes’ Principle is a play about human relations and contemporary fears. The work was produced with a creation grant from the Institució de les Lletres Catalanes (Catalan Letters Institute) and won the 36th Born Prize for Theatre.