Samson y Dalila

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Description

The Myth of Samson could be currently a metaphor of the clipping that has been cut the welfare state prisoner of its debt. Samson have lost his long hair, Dalila has cut it of their materialists  passions and have gouged his eyes with which he could look at the millions of ads urging him to binge.

Synopsis

The Myth of Samson could be currently a metaphor of the clipping that has been cut the welfare state prisoner of its debt. Samson have lost his long hair, Dalila has cut it of their materialists passions and have gouged his eyes with which he could look at the millions of ads urging him to binge. But blindness is linked in myth with insight, Samson learns to look within and his hair grow again. This powerful man brutally accustomed to having what he want, is forced to recognize who and what he really is, to balance its blind power of instinct with reason. The story of Samson reveals the transformative effects of passion, which can lead us to suffering, but also to the self-revelation and a new understanding of ourselves and the life. Become self therapy, destroying whatever superfluous materialism and achieve self-control that allows to get the absolute freedom of man as a sustainable measure on the planet.
Carlus Padrissa

Credits

Opera: “Samson and Delilah”
Music: Camille Saint-Saens
Principal: Charles Dutoit
Staging, scenery and light: Carlus Padrissa
In collaboration with: Zamira Pasceri and Jaume Grau
Artistic Consultant: Valentin Proczynski
Video: Marc Molinos
Costume: Chu Uroz
Teacher Bondage: Alfil
Costume Assistant: Carmen Triñanes
Director: Jaume Grau
Production: Nacha’s Piano
Choir Teacher: Roberto Gabbiani
Orchestra and Chorus of the Opera di Roma

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