He Teatro Real wants to propose to his younger and family audiences a winter trip inspired by the story of Hans Christian Andersen The Little Match Girl, whose beautiful and moving story set on the last night of the year can be seen in the Gayarre room between 23 and the 29 from December.
Based on the original story, a Christmas story that while all buy gifts and delicacies is built, A young girl unleashes her imagination as she embarks on a hilarious train journey with a clumsy conductor and a magical encounter with a passenger, which is none other than Andersen himself.
Winks and smiles between, you crazy situations, and some poignant moment, The Little Match Girl will leave a message vindicating the right of children to enjoy a childhood that is not threatened by hunger, abuse or indifference. A message of solidarity that will drive us to look behind the dazzling Christmas lights.
The show has the support of the musicians Alexis Delgado, musical director and pianist, Y Silvia Romero Ramos, violinist, for interpreting music César Franck, accompanying the story. They will be the soundtrack to a story starring Eugenia González, Little Match Girl; Manu Rodríguez, the reviewer foiled, Y Joseba Pinela, the mysterious passenger Andersen.
LA Little Match Girl
Royal Theatre production
Inspired by the homonymous story (1845) from H.C. Andersen
Music of César Franck (1822-1890)
Children from 4 years. Sala Gayarre
Script and staging | Rita Cosentino
Musical director and pianist I Alexis Delgado
Violinist I Silvia Romero Ramos
Scenographer | Ricardo Sánchez Cuerda
Cartoonist | Jorge Arranz
Costume designer | Tiziana Magris
I Illuminator Lia Alves
Editor of the projections I Iñaki Garcia
The girl | Muge Gonzalvo
Andersen | Joseba Pinela
Auditor | Manu Rodríguez
Photograph: Javier del Real