Àlex Rigola

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Àlex Rigola (born Barcelona, 1969) is a Spanish theatre director. He has directed the Teatre Lliure since March 2003 as well as the theatre section of the Venice Biennale. He holds a directing degree from the Escola Superior d'Art Dramàtic (Institut del Teatre) of Barcelona.

He has directed and adapted:

He was assistant director to Joan Ollé on:

He also directed El cancionero by palacio (2003) and Cançons d'amor i droga (2003) with various texts by Pepe Sales sung by Albert Pla and Judith Farrés. His first production in the Gran Teatre del Liceu was the Wagner opera The Flying Dutchman (2007).

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