Until October 25, the Teatro Bellas Artes in Madrid presents the historical drama, Eduardo II, Ojos de Niebla, directed by Jaime Azpilicueta, written by Alfredo Cernuda and starring José Luis Gil (in the role of Eduardo II), along with Ana Ruiz, Ricardo Joven, Carlos Heredia and Manuel Galiana.
This work is a historical text of great beauty and quality, worked, thought and measured to transmit in each character, in each phrase of each and every one of them, a story that reflects the raw reality in the high spheres of those who govern us. It recreates the life of the unfortunate King Edward II Plantagenet, whose homosexuality caused him to lose his throne and betray all his people. Perhaps the most important thing about reﬂeja is its tremendous timeliness: the Church continues to condemn homosexual love, religions continue to sow the world with fanaticism and pain, and the power of money subdues the will of the people more than ever. Tickets and schedules in this link.