A plaesing company

Cia es Grata

With more than twenty years of experience, La Companyia És Grata ("Grata" is a word joke that means pleasing), it is one of the best considered amateur theatre companies in the country.

Always under professional stage direction, he has worked in various genres, both theatrical and musical. He has participated in the Manacor Theatre Show and the Tàrrega Theatre Fair (Spain).

The Cia Es Grata, born in 1997, on the initiative of a group of theatre enthusiasts. At that time, they were participating in the traditional Christmas performance of "Els Pastorets de Sant Julià de Lòria", in which they have been collaborating for many years. Thus arose the idea of ​​creating a theatre group, driven by curiosity and the desire to be able to choose and vary directors, as well as to be able to know and discover how a play was carried out, from its inception, through the production and even performing the play in front of an audience. It has been, and is, a whole experience, especially in the beginning because ignorance made them have to learn many things hitherto unknown.

Productions

Their productions are characterized by a variety of styles, themes and authors.

From productions to four actors to twenty. They have played almost every existing theatrical genre: comedies, such as Howard Korder's "What a Life," Sergi Belbel's "Thalamus" or Woody Allen's "God"; classics like Oscar Wilde's " The Importance of Being Earnest" " Bodies in our Cellar" by Joseph Kesselring and "La dispute" by Marivaux, musicals such as "Company" by Stephen Sondheim, "Blood Brothers" of Willy Russel and "A Chorus line" by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante; and vaudevilles as " La Puce à l'oreille” by Georges Feydeau. They have even had the opportunity to make a short film entitled "A.M.", all under the direction of professionals such as Roger Pera, Joan Anton Rechi, Txell Roda, Jorge Picó and Jaume Mallofré.

Due to the quality of the productions, his plays are always included in the Theater Season organized by the city council’s culture department, sharing scene with internationally renowned companies.