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Carlos Rodero

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2011-06-02

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Spanish Stage Director.
Contradictory, ironic, passionate

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MISERO PROSPERO Project is a Spanish-Hungarian dance-theatre company based in Budapest, Hungary lead.. by the Spanish stage director and playwright Carlos Rodero.

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  • Benjamin Millepied: Haut Vol
    on Feb 5, 2015 in DANCE VIDEODANCE
    Benjamin Millepied: Haut VolThe Paris Opera Ballet takes flight above the French capital“One can not come and shoot at Palais Garnier without marveling at the architecture, the atmosphere of this glorious theater from 1875,” says the Paris Opera...
  • ADVERTENCIA
    on Nov 4, 2012 in NOTEBOOK WRITINGS
    (This text is not yet available in English)Microphone by Lynton BlackBuenas noches. A continuación va a empezar —si es que no ha empezado ya— esta incompleta muestra de lo que se ha venido llamando hasta ahora —podríamos, cómo no, dejar...
  • THE AUDIENCE TALKS
    on May 14, 2012 in De QUINCEY THEATRE
    From the two talks we had with the audience (after Petőfi Irodalmi Múzeum and Shiraz Perzsa Étterem performances) and the notes and messages that many members of the audience sent us, we have selected these comments that we show anonymously and th...
  • NEW PERFORMANCE IN SPANISH
    on Apr 9, 2012 in De QUINCEY THEATRE
    MISERO PROSPERO Project & Spanyol PortálDue to many colleagues and friends who could not come to the performances of the play we did in the end of January have encouraged us to show it once more, we finally will. With the support of our colleagu...
  • VARIATIONS ON THE SAME THEME
    on Apr 2, 2012 in THEATRE in BUDAPEST REVIEW THEATRE
    No se vale llorar (Nem ér sírni!)by Cristian CortezTranslation: Flores Hedvig MontserratDramaturgic and Direction: Korcsmáros András & Müller ÁdámPerformers: Flores Hedvig Montserrat, Hegedűs Jenő, Pásztor Máté y Pintér SzilviaA Teat...
  • LOOKING FORWARDTeatro SurrealA Teatro Surreal's guestWe attend at one of the performances of No se vale llorar -translated into Hungarian as Nem ér sírni!- by Cristian Cortez, a screenwriter and playwright from Ecuador, by the Hungarian Theatre Company Teatro Sur...
  • A SPEECH FOR THE LIVING
    on Feb 10, 2012 in TRANSLATION LITERATURE POETRY
    André Kertész, Men Reading at Outdoor Book Stall, Fourth Avenue, New York (1959)Two plus two equals four.If you do not say never, they forget.If you say many times, nobody believes it.Kemény IstvánDISCURSO VIVOKemény IstvánTraducción de&n...
  • TEATRO EN ESPAÑOL EN BUDAPEST
    on Jan 9, 2012 in De QUINCEY LITERATURE THEATRE
    ¿Cómo negarlo? En este mundo todo tiene dos lados. El asesinato, por ejemplo, puede tomarse por su lado moral y, lo confieso, ése es su lado malo, o bien cabe tratarlo estéticamente, o sea en relación con el buen gusto. (…) La finalidad últim...
  • DE QUINCEY SPANYOLUL BUDAPESTEN
    on Jan 8, 2012 in De QUINCEY LITERATURE THEATRE
    Miért is tagadnánk? Világunkban minden kétféleképpen értelmezhető. A gyilkosságot például vizsgálhatjuk egyrészt erkölcsi szempontból, ebben az esetben kénytelen vagyok beismerni ezen cselekedet elítélendőségét, illetve az eszté...
  • THEATRE IN SPANISH IN BUDAPEST
    on Jan 8, 2012 in De QUINCEY LITERATURE THEATRE
    But what then? Everything in this world has two handles. Murder, for instance, may be laid hold of by its moral handle, and that, I confess, is its weak side; or it may also be treated aesthetically, that is, in relation to good taste. (…) For the...
  • DELUSIONS OF A DILETTANTE
    on Jan 7, 2012 in De QUINCEY LITERATURE
    An irreverent approach to Thomas de QuinceyThree books, not especially thick, that could certainly be described as exemplary —Confessions of an English Opium Eater (1821), Suspiria de Profundis (1845) and Autobiographical Sketches (1853)— seem to...
  • BODIES THAT LOOK BACK WITH SERENITY
    on Nov 7, 2011 in DANCE in SPAIN DANCE VIDEODANCE
    "Turning back, rewind, deconstruct, go backwards, invert, look from the other side.Bodies are the fundamental part of this work where physicality and poetic images are joined together into the stage. There is a clean and elegant stage that introduces...
  • MEETING KURT WEILLA new MISERO PROSPERO Project work in progessCarlos RoderoWe finally present the two video clips that we made to share the work in progress of one of the new proposals by MISERO PROSPERO Project for next year, under the title, perhaps provisional, of...
  • A NOWHERE CITY
    on Sep 18, 2011 in POETRY
    Boulevard Monmartre in Paris (1897) by Camille PissarroDmitri Shostakovich, String Quartet nº 10, 3rd movement, AdagioTHE CITYConstantine P. CavafyYou said: “I’ll go to another country, go to another shore,find another city better than this one.
  • MISMATCH DIALOGUE
    on Sep 11, 2011 in VIDEODANCE DANCE in HUNGARY
    In the Cage by Luris LunchboxValencia James & Grecsó ZoltánA Dialogue between two dancersGrecsó Zoltán is one of my favorite Hungarian dancers. I still find surprising his versatility and ability to adapt and incorporate a wide register of la...
  • RISE AND FALLTraditional Chinese Painting"The knell of the bells at the Gion temple Echoes the impermanence of all things. The colour of the flowers on its double-trunked tree Reveals the truth that to flourish is to fall. He who is proud is n...
  • MODERNITY AS A BRIDGE
    on Aug 23, 2011 in MUSIC MUSIC ON TUESDAYS
    Laurie AndersonI see and write things first as an artist, second as a woman, and third as a New Yorker. All three have built-in perspectives that aren't neutral.Laurie AndersonWhat attracted me at first sight from this incorrigible New Yorker were he...
  • A BEGGAR WHO READ DOSTOYEVSKY
    on Aug 17, 2011 in NOTEBOOK
    Lee Jeffries"Every man's concern seems to be to prove to himself that he is a man and not machinery."Probably a day like today, at this morning on my almost daily trip to the outskirts of the city, with that annoying weather, -it was already announce...
  • NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND
    on Aug 17, 2011 in LITERATURE EXCERPTS
    Francis Bacon (Three Themes for the self, 1976)Fyodor Dostoyevsky(Excerpt from Notes from Underground)II AM A SICK MAN.... I am a spiteful man. I am an unattractive man. I believe my liver is diseased. However, I know nothing at all about my disease,...
  • BOURBON'S TRUTHS
    on Aug 2, 2011 in MUSIC MUSIC ON TUESDAYS TOM WAITS
    Tom WaitsTom Waits, the cracked voice of America and the one who lend that voice to seedy and desperate characters without, however, a sense of humor full of vitality, troubadour of impossible stories, ugly and tender at the same time, the undergroun...
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