“I believe that, more than be an inventor, a director should be a discoverer. The world of contemporary art is deeply obsessed with invention, but I believe that a director is someone who appreciates that which aleady exists, who relates to the virtues of the text, who knows how to read them, who learns how to value them and to transmit them to the performers who in turn make them their own and who are capable of communicating them to the audience in an organic way, real, in an impulsive way, in a deep and meaningful form.” The commitment to engaging with the individual and society is always evident in Ignacio García’s work. As much in the outcome that we can enjoy on stage as in his way of understanding his profession and the relationship with others involved in the staging of a production. Ethics plus individual and social commitment. Humanity, in short. His work as stage manager runs parallel with directing theatre productions, operas and zarzuelas. ( José Gabriel López Antuñano).
IN THIS ISSUE: Text by José Gabriel López Antuñano.