Asking the universe
Love and death are the backbone themes of this play where José Manuel Mora opens a new path in contemporary drama, blurring the boundaries between fiction and autobiography. Finding a magnificent balance between mysticism and rabid everyday life.
The Mora-Ferrer tandem surprises once again with a show of great plastic beauty, as they have become accustomed to in their 16 previous productions, adding to their usual poetic, political and philosophical overtones new ingredients such as humour and irony that left no one indifferent in its premiere at the Autumn Festival in Madrid.
An honest and personal show that has managed to provoke empathy in the stalls, where the spectators have been crossed by different emotions jumping from tears to smiles and vice versa.
The tandem reinvents itself in each piece, no assembly is the same as the previous one, and in this piece they bare themselves openly and share with us the inner workings of their creative process.
A show created in freedom, playing with multidisciplinary genres and languages that form the backbone of a rounded discourse. Asking the Universe is an X-ray of the Ferrer-Mora tandem's own aesthetic and philosophical universe.