A Vélez de Guevara classic, adapted by Juan Mayorga, performed by a company of clowns. A work with two plots: that of Vélez’s crazy work, and that of a company always on the verge of failing. And this is how characters from the 16th century raise roofs and travel through the lands and airs of a grotesque Spain.
A clown classic? A clown show with classic quotes? No way! A very clownish classic; very clownish and very classic. The naive and wild look of the clown is capable of paying homage to the classic and, at the same time, making fun of it and our relationship with the classics, in general.