I just put the “box” for this show in the annals. Now I will tell you what a “box” is. The chronicle is like a big cupboard full of boxes. Drawers. Each show has a drawer. It describes the author, director, set designer, composer, roles and actors, date of premiere, year and even, if found, where he has visited abroad and what awards he has received. Slow work. Sometimes you only manage to do one show in one day, but even then it’s sweet. Especially if it is from 1900. and there is a poster for it! Then the dose of sweetness increases and somehow the day makes sense. Imagine a theatrical time in which the drawers are much fuller and we think of them as the most important keepers of memory. Ambitious, isn’t it?

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