Antonio Banderas und Emilio Aragón bringen eine Version von „Godspell“ nach Málaga.
Antonio Banderas and Emilio Aragón this Monday unveiled the updated version of „Godspell,“ which premieres November 3 at Soho’s Caixabank Theater. The Málaga-born actor described the musical comedy as a work that deals with „universal principles that pertain not only to one religion but to many religions and to a way of thinking that goes beyond faith“.
Banderas and Emilio Aragón bring to Malaga a version of ‚Godspell‘, a play „that goes beyond belief“.
They spoke to journalists along with the actors and technical team who made the play possible. After adapting ‚A Chorus Line‘ and ‚Company‘, Banderas wants to „run through the musical theater titles that in a way give us the polyhedron of what that kind of theater has meant“. He also assured that „there are things that we will not give up, and one of those things is that we start writing our own musicals, writing our own musicals, ….
Banderas has emphasized that „Godspell“ „is energy“ and that it can draw people „by feeling“ since „we have a very familiar work on our hands“. For Aragón, „this play is about something, namely love“. When asked how the adaptation was made, Aragón explained that it was „updated“ and „incorporates elements of the situation we are living in now“.