"The pepper Verdi" at the Canal Theatre

The Teatros del Canal of the Community of Madrid present the absolute premiere of their show The Verdi pepper, a musical montage made as a tribute to Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner, on the bicentennial of their births, under the direction of Albert Boadella.
this production, which will be on the bill in the Green Room from the 18 from April to 12 of May, includes sung excerpts from the operas El Trovador, La Traviata, Rigoletto, Otello, Nabucco, Aida, The force of Destiny, Don Carlo, Tristán e Isolda, Tannhäuser, Siegfried, Lohengrin, Walquiria, or Parsifal, among others.
The dramatist, Albert Boadella, has ensured that in the fight between Wagnerians and Verdians of the work directed by 'The verdi pepper', he opts for the latter as he appreciates so much the cultural ties that unite him with the Italian, as the political role he played in the reunification of his country.
“I don't have to hide, i'm verdian, but I recognize the merits of Wagner”, the playwright pointed out, who has highlighted the work of time in international and national political events. “If one day Catalonia achieves independence, I will be the great traitor”, has added.
In a press conference after the presentation of the world premiere of the work, which was attended by the Deputy Minister of Tourism and Culture, Carmen González, Boadella explained that the work of 'The Verdi pepper', which will be on the bill in the Green Room from the 18 until the 12 of May, takes place in a tavern of the same name.