Àlex Ollé (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈaɫəks uˈʎe]) (Barcelona, 1960) is one of the six artistic directors of La Fura dels Baus, one of the most innovative and prestigious theatre companies on the international scene, which was founded in 1979 and has been characterised from the start by the search for its own language in which public participation is key for developing the show. Prominent works from its early period include Accions (1984), Suz/O/Suz (1985), Tier Mon (1988), Noun (1990) and MTM (1994), which established La Fura dels Baus as a top company among both critics and the public. In collaboration with Carlus Padrissa, Ollé created and directed Mediterrani, mar olímpic, the epicentre of the opening ceremony of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, an event that fascinated and left a mark on millions of viewers around the world. Since then, Ollé’s theatrical career has been characterised by different genres, creating and directing plays, operas and large-format shows for different commemorations and events, always with the mark of his own personal language and that of the company he founded.
How would Àlex Ollé be described?
Àlex Ollé would be described as Spanish theatre director.
What is Àlex Ollé subject of?
Àlex Ollé is subject of Spanish theatre directors, Spanish opera directors, 1960 births, Helpmann Award winners, Living people and People from Barcelona.
What is the gender of Àlex Ollé?
Àlex Ollé is male.