Karaoke Elusia.

by Oriol Puig
1h 30min


Anita, Sam, and Cristian rent out a private karaoke room to celebrate their high-school graduation. During the night they sing songs and recreate everything that has happened in the last year. It has been a difficult academic year for all three of them. Some months ago, Sam tried to commit suicide, causing a landslide of school harassment that parents and teachers were incapable of stopping.

This show tackles issues such as bullying and teenage suicide.

Karaoke Elusia, by young playwright Oriol Puig, is the culmination of the international stage-creation project Extended Universe, which aims to promote the use of new technologies in theatre creation and the implication of young people in theatre practice. The Sala Beckett forms part of it together with theatres from the United Kingdom, Denmark, and Greece.

With the support of:

Author and directing: Oriol Puig

Cast: Lluís Arruga, Biel Montoro and Valèria Sorolla

Set design and costumes: Marc Udina
Lighting: Agnès Piqué Corbera
Sound and music design: Arnau Bellido and Iker Rañé
Movement: Alba Saez
Makeup: Coral Peña
Set and lighting design advisor: Paula Miranda
Sound assistant: Joan Misas Castellà
Assistant director: Rita Molina i Vallicrosa

Choirs: Lluís Arruga, Paula Jornet, Pep Molina, Rita Molina, Iñaki Mur, Joana Rosselló, Valèria Sorolla, Marc Udina and Teresa Vallicrosa

A Sala Beckett production within the context of the Extended Universe project.

With the collaboration of Poppox