Mos Maiorum (or The Customs of our Ancestors) is a piece of documentary theatre that places the audience directly on both sides of the border between Spain and Morocco. The characters on either side of the fence are presented in the flesh, and narrate their experience of the conflict in their own words.
A meeting with the audience will take place on 23 September, after the show.
- Creation and performance: Ireneu Tranis, Alba Valldaura, Mariona Naudín
- Performance consultancy: Mònica Almirall
- Set design and costumes: Clàudia Vilà
- Sound and lighting design: Pol Queralt
- Producer: Eli Pujol
Mos Maiorum is a production of the Antic Teatre, coproduced with the CAET in collaboration with l’Estruch de Sabadell, NunArt, La Poderosa, and LEAL – LAB. With the support of the Generalitat de Catalunya’s Department of Culture.
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