25 May10 Jul 2005.

Slovenian director Tomaz Pandur brings his vision of Dantes Inferno the first part of the Divina Comedia trilogy to the Spanish stage. In this breathtaking production that has wowed audiences across Europe, Pandur is seeking the home of the human soul. For him the classic trilogy, passing from Hell to Purgatory to Paradise, captures the human state: sometimes we experience all three states of mind many times in a single day. When Pandur first tackled Inferno, he was seeking a total theatrical experience a decade later the goal remains the same. His stunning stage world is filled with undreamt of sets, bizarre images, dazzling metaphors, and works of art in permanent motion. Admission: 11-18. Reduced: 5.50-9

Tues-Sat 20.30-19.30, Sun 19.30, closed Mon.

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Address Mara Guerrero (Centro Dramtico Nacional), 4 Tamayo y Baus, Madrid Metro: Coln, Tel. +34 (0) 913101500.

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Mara Guerrero (Centro Dramtico Nacional), 4 Tamayo y Baus, Madrid Metro: Coln, Tel. +34 (0) 913101500.

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