German-speaking theatre fans, you're in luck. Swiss director Milo Rau, who brought his production of 'Five Easy Pieces' to Barcelona two seasons ago, is back to the stage with the writings of the Marquis de Sade and the cinema of Pier Paolo Pasolini. 'Die 120 tage von Sodom' is an interplay of the look between reality and fiction, starring the actors of the Schauspielhaus Zürich and Theater HORA, a company formed by people with learning disabilities. This is political theatre investigating truth, beauty and kindness. (In German with Catalan subtitles.)
Created and directed by: Milo Rau. Dramaturgy: Stefan Bläske and Gwendolyne Melchinger. Performers: Noha Badir, Remo Beuggert, Gianni Blumer, Matthias Brücker, Nikolai Gralak, Matthias Grandjean, Julia Häusermann, Sara Hess, Robert Hunger-Bühler, Dagna Litzenberger Vinet, Michael Neuenschwander, Matthias Neukirch, Tiziana Pagliaro, Nora Tosconi and Fabienne Villige.