‘Se abre el Telón con FesTeLõn’: we speak to…
FesTeLõn would like to give a massive thanks to everyone who made our online
series ‘Se abre el Telón con FesTeLõn’ possible, participants and Board of Advisors alike!
We woul’d also like to give a special thanks to our translators Kathy Phillips-Miles and Simon Deefholts, for their professionalism and kindness, (from www.spanishliterarytranslation.com).
In this second instalment of our new online series where we give our followers the chance to ask our Advisors questions, we will be talking to actor Pepe Viyuela. An actor and a clown, he is a graduate in Philosophy and Drama. Learn about his work here.
We’re excited to have Mary Parker as our seventh and final guest. She has been a publicist at the National Theatre for over 16 years and has worked on many well-known productions such as War Horse, King Lear, Frankenstein and many more. If you’d like to know more, click here.
We’re so pleased to have the chance to speak to Norah López Holden. She trained at RADA and has developed her acting career on stage and on radio. If you’d like to know more, click here.
We’re thrilled to have Juan Carlos Rubio as our fifth guest in our online series. He is a well-known Spanish director and writer for theatre, television and film. If you’d like to know more, click here.
We’re excited to have Ignacio García as our next guest because, as many of you will remember, we had a masterclass programmed with Ignacio García titled ‘The Golden Age on stage: the actor straddling reality and dreams’, which we have had to postpone due to COVID-19. As soon as normal theatrical activity resumes, the masterclass will be programmed and in the mean time we can enjoy this opportunity to talk to him virtually.
Ignacio García is an award-winning Spanish theatre director at the forefront of the Almagro International Classic Theatre Festival since 2018. If you would like to learn more about his work, click here.
We are delighted to have Ascen López as the third guest in our Curtains Up series. She is a graduate of Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Madrid and has had an extensive career in Spanish theatre and television. If you want to know more, please go click here
Our next guests include Ignacio García, Norah L. Holden, Mary Parker and Juan Carlos Rubio. Follow us on social media so you join in and ask them questions.
In this first instalment, we have the pleasure of beginning with Natalia Calderón. If you want to know about her, please click here
We come together with all the love and respect for those who have passed away because of Covid19. Natalia, a big hug in these difficult times. Nobody Knows – Natalia Calderón video
Long live Theatre! #StaySafeStayHome