Theoretical and practical study of the different interpretative skills that allow for the reproduction of the human behavior. Emotion and motion within the scene, exploration of the expression in dramatic language, improvisation techniques and a workshop on the reproduction of human behavior.



Xicu Masó Turón

Actor and theatre director of long trajectory was formed in the Teatre Lliure in Barcelona, as assistant of direction of Fabià Puigserver and Lluís Pasqual. In 1977 he founded the Talleret de Salt, the theatre school El Galliner de Girona and the producer La Mirada. His last directions include "El mestre i Margarita" by Mikhail Bulgakov (Teatre Lliure, 2004); "L'home dels coixins" of Martin McDonagh (Teatre Lliure, 2009); "Petits crims conjugals" by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt (Teatro Poliorama, 2011); and "Mequinenza" an adaptation of narrative texts by Jesús Moncada (TNC, 2012). In the season 2013/2014 has directed the manager of "Harold Pinter" (Teatre Lliure) and also "El cantador", a text by Serafí Pitarra in the workshop room of the TNC. His latest works as an interpreter include pieces such as "Adiós a la infancia", from the narrative of Juan Marse, directed by Oriol Brogi (2013); "Els feréstecs" by Carlo Goldoni, direction of Lluís Pasqual (2013); "Molly Sweeney" by Brian Friel, directed by Miquel Górriz, (Quim Masó 2011 Award); "Una comedia española" by Yasmina Reza, directed by Silvia Munt, (2009); "El silenci del mar" of Vercors (Jean Bruller), direction of Miquel Górriz (2008); "Tres versions de la vida" by Yasmina Reza (2008); "La mel" by Tonino Guerra, directed by Miquel Gorriz (2005); "Oncle Vània" of Txékhov, direction of Joan Ollé (2004); "El fantastic Francis Hardy" by Brian Friel, directed by Xicu Masó (2004) or "Víctor o els nens al poder" by Roger Vitrac, directed by Joan Ollé (2002), among many other works.