December 17-20, 2020



Thursday, December 17th at 8pm
Friday, December 18th at 8pm
Saturday, December 19th at 8pm
Sunday, December 20th at 8pm
Duration: 60 min
Tickets: 12 euros ONLINE // 15 euros BOX OFFICE

Please be aware that if you think you may be returning home between 10 and 11pm at night, you need to be in possession of an own-responsibility certificate before coming to Antic Teatre. You can obtain one through the following link:

Idea, dramaturgy and direction: Marc Caellas and David G. Torres

Performers: Esteban Feune de Colombi and Sara Vidal

Music: M.O.N.K (Antonio Miyagi & JpBalcazar)

Lighting: Conrado Parodi

Film: Zoe London

Photography: Elena Blanco

Audiovisual Graphic Design: Ladyssenyadora

Poster design: Alex Gifreu

Artistic Producer: Carolina Olivares

Assistant director: Alba Sáez

Produced by Marc Caellas, David G. Torres, Antic Teatre and Festival TNT

Thanks to: Anna Caellas, Centro Cultural Conde Duque, David Monsó, Pedro Hugo, Raquel Friera, Laura Gamberg, La Infinita, Andere Monjo, Rafael Camps and Miguel Ángel Sánchez, Isabel Salgado, Abel Palacio


Does not talking about suicide prevent suicide? Are those who are terrified by death also afraid of life?
Why aren’t suicide notes sad? Do only optimists commit suicide?

Suicide notes are an attempt to establish communication. By marking and explaining the decision to leave life, notes outlast it forever.

Suicide Notes is a creation by Marc Caellas and David G. Torres that considers suicide and its taboo status. An audiovisual concert based on the final texts left by brilliant writers, artists and musicians, celebrated by a musician and an actress in a collective catharsis to stay alive. It’s the warm up for a concert and also a concert; the warm up for a suicide and …  also the celebration of life.

Marc Caellas is an artist who works with words, theatre, and performance on hybrid projects that become books, plays or installations.

His piece El paseo de Robert Walser, a walkabout piece of theatre that traverses the streets of a neighbourhood, jointly created with Esteban Feune de Colombi, has been on the road since 2012. He has published four books: Carcelona, Caracaos, Drogotá, Neuros Aires and Teatro del bueno.

David G. Torres is an art critic, exhibition curator and professor.

He has written a novel, Cielo, and an essay, No más mentiras, republished in 2019 by Can Editions. Using Cielo as a source he has developed several projects: two exhibitions at ADN Platform (La balada de Wendy and Hablar por boca ajena); and a stage adaptation, Cielo TV, codirected with Marc Caellas.

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