The imaginative adaptation of the novel by Irene Solà led by Guillem Albà and Joan Arqué has won the eight awards for which it was chosen
Clara Segura and Joan Carreras have triumphed as best performers for ‘Filumena Marturano’ and ‘Història d’un senglar’, respectively
The original and delicate theatrical adaptation of Irene Solà’s book ‘Canto jo i la muntanya balla’ was a favorite at the Butaca Awards with eight nominations and has taken all the awards to which he aspired in the ceremony held this Monday at night at the Teatre Monumental de Mataró. The Barcelona theater awards given by the spectators brought almost the entire team of this production on stage to collect the awards for best show and best direction for Guillem Albà and Joan Arqué; Best Supporting Actress for Anna Sahun; best set design for Alfred Cases and Laura Clos ‘Closca’; best lighting design for Sylvia Kuchinow; best wardrobe for Nídia Tusal; best sound space for Joan Gorro, and best musical composition, an Armchair awarded by the SGAE Foundation, for the singer Judith Neddermann, who made her debut in the theater with this work.
Joan Yago, a member of La Calòrica, has won the SGAE Foundation Chair for the best text for ‘What are we talking about while we don’t talk about all this shit‘, premiered at the TNC.
Clara Segura, which already has a collection of ‘armchairs’, has triumphed as best actress for ‘Filumena Marturano’ in the role that gives title to this work by Eduardo de Filippo directed by Oriol Broggi. Joan Carreras has won the best actor for ‘Història d’un senglar’, a solo theatrical challenge with text and direction by Gabriel Calderón with which Carreras has already won the Max for best male performance. In the Armchairs, his proposal has also stood out as the best small-format show. The adaptation of ‘Les tres germanes’ directed by Julio Manrique at the Lliure that won two Max awards won only one of the five awards he aspired to, that of best supporting actor for Lluís Soler.
In the musical section ‘The daughter of the sea’ He has achieved almost all the awards: best musical, actor and actress in a musical for Toni Vinyals and Mariona Castillo, respectively.
In dance, where the competition was very close, the awards have been distributed among the acclaimed ‘Sonoma’ by La Veronal, chosen best show, and ‘Hidden’, which has reported the SGAE Foundation award for best choreography to Lali Aiguadé, who has also received the award for best female performer for ‘Gizaki’. And the work of Luis Martínez Gea in ‘Animal de sèquia’ has earned the dancer the prize in the male category as best performer.
The honorary seats, already announced, went to the company Focus for its 35 years of work and effort in the performing arts and for the veteran actress Inma Colomer for her long career.