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'El perro mutante del hortelano' presents a fun and agile revision of Lope de Vega's classic to young people for all the secondary schools in the city.

More than 700 ESO and Baccalaureate students come to the theater with 'Joves Espectadors' cycle

15 February 2024
Más de 700 estudiantes de ESO y Bachillerato se acercan al teatro con el ciclo ‘Joves Espectadors’

The 'Young Spectators' cycle promoted by the Department of Culture and Education of Benidorm City Council is bringing more than 700 secondary and high school students in the city closer to the theatre these days, with the performance of the play 'El perro mutante del hortelano', by actress Emma Lobo. The cycle started this Wednesday and will continue until tomorrow, Friday, with different performances both in educational centres and in the city's Cultural Center, where the last performances aimed at students will take place, as well as the performance for the general public, which It will be at 8:00 p.m.

The councillors of Culture and Education, Jaime Jesús Pérez and Maite Moreno, visited the assembly hall of the IES Beatriu Fajardo de Mendoza today to accompany the students in one of these performances. There they have been able to see first-hand "the great reception that this initiative has among the students of our municipality and among the educational centres themselves, which continue to participate in it year after year", as they have highlighted after the work.

'El perro mutante del hortelano', in its version adapted for adolescent audiences, stages a "crazy version" of Lope de Vega's classic, "with poetic and fun moments around the theme of love." The representation circulates from prose to verse and from verse to prose, “through an agile, humorous, light and didactic proposal”, which also allows for a brief discussion at the end of it and provides a didactic dossier for the teaching staff.

Among the students participating in this cycle, there are students from the five public institutes of Benidorm –Beatriu Fajardo, Bernat de Sarrià, L'Almadrava, Pere Maria Orts i Bosch, Mediterrània–, from Nuestra Señora de los Dolores catholic centre, from the private centre Lope de Vega as well as the Center for Rehabilitation and Social Integration (CRIS).