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Claudio. El porqué de la traición

“Claudius…” presents the set design of a play, prequel to Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”, which takes the father of that character, King Hamlet, and explains the reasons for his murder at the hands of his brother Claudius. It starts with their childhood, when they played at building forts with pillows, and uses this object as a metaphor for Claudius’ spirit. As the character matures, the set design changes with him: what at first had been a cosy and dream-like place, represented by pyramidal columns of cushions, is torn down and becomes a wild and lonely place.

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