The story, which has a libretto by Joan Lluís Bozzo and music by Albert Guinovart, takes place during the French Revolution
After celebrating 40 years of existence with the restaging of Mar i cel, the Dagoll Dagom company is now focussed once again on bringing a visually impressive spectacle to the stage with the story of a masked hero who defends the people and confronts the aristocracy in the middle of the French Revolution. Scaramouche, which is the name of both the character and the show, has a libretto by Joan Lluís Bozzo, director of both Dagoll Dagom and this production, and music by Albert Guinovart, who has already worked with the company on a number of their most successful shows, including Flor de Nit and, of course, Mar i cel.
Capes and swords, Comedia de’ll Arte, masks, heroes, love, adventures, revolution... Scaramouche brings together all of the ingredients to ensure that it becomes one of the hits of the season and another star in Dagoll Dagom’s long career. It can be seen at Teatre Tívoli from 23 September, with Toni Viñals, Ana San Martín, Mireia Mambo, Ivan Labanda and Jordi Coromina in the leading roles. Music will be by an orchestra directed by Joan Vives.
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