The magic of the voice allows you to travel to key moments in the history of the Lady of Baza | Asset
Great success of the sound fiction «Three Millenniums, Two Cultures, One Lady» directed by José Antonio Meca
A complete historical and documentary investigation, talent, creativity and a lot of love result in unique moments like the one experienced at the premiere of the sound fiction «Three Thousand Years, Two Cultures, One Lady», a story told in a different way thanks to the magic of radio theater by a Bastetano who is a reference in the format of sound fiction and in love with his land: José Antonio Meca.
The ceremony for the Lady of Baza Award for Culture began with this original sound piece performed live on stage by fifteen voice actors and actresses orchestrated by Meca himself, who was also responsible for the script and sound design of this work that surprised the public of the Dengra and that becomes part of the legacy that the 50th Anniversary of the discovery of the Lady of Baza leaves in the city for the enjoyment of later generations.
The proposal therefore achieved what it had set out to do: to tell the story of the Lady as never before. To the fifteen actors and actresses on stage, including the creator of this sound fiction, other recognized and recognizable voices are added in the form of cameos up to twenty, such as those of prestigious Basque journalists or that of the dubbing actor Salvador Aldeguer (the Spanish voice of Antonio Banderas, John Travolta or Nicolas Cage, among others).
The fiction “Three Millennia, Two Cultures, One Lady” takes place in a real historical context in which the Iberian world is reproduced through interesting time jumps perfectly spun that allowed the public to travel in time to live an immersive experience with which discover (or rediscover, in the case of the older ones) the beauty of radio theater made as it was done in its origins: live and on stage.