With sold out tickets, the Murcia company Alquibla Teatro premieres in San Javier "Much noise about nothing", a free version of the classic "Many noise and few nuts" by William Shakespeare with an original and festive staging under the direction of Antonio Saura in The one that fuses Shakespearian romantic comedy with swing music, Lindy Hope dances and the pictorial influence of Tiffiny Wine.
One of the greats of the swing, the pianist Fast Waller inspires the musical part that a live band plays, with original music by Álvaro Imperial.
Coco Carmona, singer and master of ceremonies of the band composed of five musicians also deals with the choreography of the assembly with Indira de Miguel.
The play, co-produced by the 50th International Festival of Theater, Music and Dance of San Javier and Alquibla Teatro, takes advantage of the possibilities offered by Shakespeare's text to create a great party with which it is intended to have fun and excitement.
Music, dance and humor are present in the version signed by Alba Saura in which we continue talking about love, pride, jealousy, envy, hate and desire, a combination that gives a lot of play in the hands of the veteran company of She is 35 years old and has several Shakespeare mounts on her back like the memorable "A Midsummer Night's Dream", "Macbeth", "King Lear" and "The Merchant of Venice".
"Much noise about nothing" takes place in a single night and on the same stage, the Messina Jazz Club, inspired by the New York dance venues of the 30s, where a party of lindihopers is celebrated, animated by the great showman JIVE and his band The Coconuths.
The Alquibla Teatro version moves the Messina villa from the Sicilian countryside from the original text to this dance floor where Shakespearean characters freely reproduce among a large group of people, including Beatriz and Benedict;
Hero and Claudio, with love and its entire universe, from a humorous and festive prism.
The cast consists of Lola Martínez, Cristina Aniorte, Pedro Santomera, Esperanza Clares, Nobody Clavel, Julio Navarro, Alberto García Tormo, Javier Mula and Coco Carmona.
The party will continue once the two-hour show is finished, outside the auditorium without giving up the swing that will mark the opening night that nobody wants to miss at the San Javier Festival.
Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier