Albert Puig, actor del Quadre de Veus de Radioteatre

I was born in 1929 and at 18 I already was part of the company of "Educación y Descanso", after the Civil War it was like the Department of Culture today. That's where I started acting on stage as an actor. I was also part of the Zarzuela and Operetta Company acting as tenor.

At the same time, I started with radio drama, which means that I have more than 50 years working in that mode. The fact of having studied elocution, let me to modulate my voice and do different roles. Today, I'm still sporadically for radio acting with many of the colleagues with whom we started Radio Theater in Radio Terrassa.

Nowadays, I also continue with scenic theater as a director in Ancient peopleTheatre Company in Matadepera, and making some plays with theater companies in Catalonia, when I asked.

I hope to continue to act until my health permits.



(Life doesn't end, Theater goes on)

Curiosities

  • Did you know ...?

    "Taxi Key", the popular radio drama series which starred Ricardo Palmerola and Isidre Sola in Radio Barcelona, began airing in 1948 and was on the air until middle 70's.
  • Did you know ...?

    In 1961, Spanish Radio and TV Gemeral Management Office thought that seven Lorca's scripts were 'not allowed for broadcasting' because its content and were forbiden until 1977. Some of those scripts were rhe three gold Lorca pieces: 'Yerma', 'Bodas de sangre' and 'La casa de Bernarda Alba'.

  • Did you know ...?

    To simulate the sound effect of a shower can be achieved by slowly pouring a bag of rice in a plastic container.

  • Did you know ...?

    Earlier Radio Theater plays, issued at the early 1920's, were theater scripts played on a conventional stage in which superimposed the voice of a narrator explaining on radio all that was not appreciated only with the ears .

  • Did you know ...?

    Orson Welles founded "The Mercury Theatre on the Air" in July 1938, together with John Houseman, as a company to play radio drama scripts which adapted by himself.
  • Did you know ...?

    To simulate the sound effect ticking of a clock, we can achieve if we roll a pencil between our hands with a ring on one finger.

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