The 'Scene Plan' of the Ministry of Education and Culture, which seeks to provide more programming to the scenarios of municipalities with shows of Murcia companies or producers, will have four performances this October.
Specifically, Bullas, Jumilla, Molina de Segura and Yecla have selected assemblies of Alquibla Teatro and Bonjour Monamour.
The general director of the Institute of Cultural Industries and Arts (ICA), Juan Antonio Lorca, said that "we support our cultural fabric by providing shows to the different scenarios of the Region, so that all Murcia have easier access to a quality cultural offer with the 'Scene Plan' ".
This year the catalog of this initiative of the regional government has 143 theater, dance, circus and musical shows from 31 companies or producers in Murcia.
The municipalities are responsible for selecting and programming them with the support of the Institute of Cultural Industries and the Arts.
October performances begin today in Bullas with 'Talk to Me' by Alquibla Theater, in the Casa de la Cultura Auditorium.
The work written by Fulgencio M. Lax puts on the stage a family formed by a widowed mother from a very young age, an unstructured son and a grandmother who clings to her past in the twilight of her life.
The relationship between the three characters is not simple, but it is found in tenderness and the search for moments of happiness.
Also Alquibla Teatro and his show 'Much Noise about nothing' has been selected for another representation of the Scene Plan.
On Saturday, October 19, the actors will go on stage at the Vico de Jumilla Theater to represent their last assembly, premiered this summer, in which they adapt the classic 'Much noise and few nuts' by William Shakespeare to swing.
Finally, the Bonjour mon amour company will take 'Back one night' to the Concha Segura Theater in Yecla, on the 11th, and to the Villa de Molina Theater on the 26th, an original work by Eduardo Rovner - one of the best contemporary playwrights in the Spanish language - with a scenography of Francisco Leal full of imagination, lighting by Jesús Palazón and the staging of César Oliva.