A production inspired by Shakespeare’s Macbeth where the audience, as well as sharing space with the actors, wears polarised glasses to see 3D images, which coexist with video and various visual effects.
The seventh show of the so-called “furero language” definitively enters the digital sphere, where La Fura had been exploring years before and would continue to delve deeper in subsequent ones. As in previous pieces, the audience shares space with the actors, being surrounded, and moves according to the scene taking place. Loosely based on Shakespeare’s Macbeth, it deals with the idea of obsession, connecting the Shakespearean myth with the obsession with communication and image, which they pose precisely with a constant bombardment of these. It is one of the first theatrical experiences with 3D glasses that years later would become popular in the cinema. Polarised glasses were used to create stereoscopic images and produce effects resulting from the material and reflection of the glasses themselves.