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Teatro Español, ''Armengol''

Madrid

Kabuki curtain made of LWE - Windel, colour white.Armengol is based on facts really happened during the Spanish Civil War in Badajoz, in Extremadura, where lived the character that gave its name to the theatrical opesra by Miguel Murillo, a native of the same place.
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Kabuki curtain made of LWE - Windel, colour white.Armengol was an idealist who, in the Spanish province of the 1930s, opened a gym for boys studying and practicing a pedagogical method that is meant to improve the self-esteem of the young men group who met under his leadership.The method tried to combine the development of the body with the mind growth without seeking to achieve goals absolute, proportioning them instead to the means that the boys had actually available.
The Kabuki curtain during the fall.In 1936 Armengol departed from Estremadura to go to Barcelona with a group of ten young men who were supposed to participate in the ''Olympics of the free world'', an organized event in antithesis with the Berlin Olympics of Nazi Germany.

The Kabuki curtain during the fall.The outbreak of civil war prevented the holding of Barcelona alternatives Olympics, while Armengol was imprisoned and sentenced to death.
Kabuki curtain made of LWE - Windel, colour white.Armengol is based on facts really happened during the Spanish Civil War in Badajoz, in Extremadura, where lived the character that gave its name to the theatrical opesra by Miguel Murillo, a native of the same place.
The backdrop manufactured with painted FBR - Bruxelles.
Historical play
in two acts
Text
Miguel Murillo (1953)
Music
Arnau Vilá
First night
Madrid, Teatro Español, 15/12/2005

Scenography
Ana Garay
Technical direction
Manuel Fontanals
Stage direction
Esteve Ferrer

Staging
Teatro Español of Madrid
Season
2005 / 2006

See also ...

FBR - Bruxelles

Velvets

Flat making

Fabric: typologies of workmanships

Kabuki curtains

Typology of curtain

LWE - Windel

Elastic fabrics