Virginia Woolf’s only play in its first-ever Spanish adaptation, translated, adapted and directed by María Emilia Franchignoni.
An absurd and outrageous comedy, Freshwater is centered on the life of the famous portraitist and photography pioneer Julia Margaret Cameron, the aunt of Virginia Woolf. The play resonates with humor, following with the English tradition of “nonsense”, and accentuates the eccentricities of its characters and the absurdity of the situations they face. Ahead of its time, the work employs several theatrical techniques characteristics of later playwrights, making it a precursor of the Theatre of the Absurd.
Showing every Sunday in June at 8:30pm
El Tinglado Teatro, Mario Bravo 948
Tickets AR$ 60
To reserve your seat or get more information, call 4863-1188 or visit www.teatroeltinglado.com.ar