Groundhog Day’: a unique musical coming to Barcelona


Barcelona’s theater scene is getting ready to receive a new show that promises to delight musical theater lovers. ‘Groundhog Day’, an adaptation of the famous 1990s film ‘The Groundhog Day’, will premiere this December at Barcelona’s Teatre Coliseum.

Groundhog Day': a unique musical coming to Barcelona

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Under the direction of Àngel Llàcer and Manu Guix, this musical in Catalan promises to offer a unique and exciting experience for the audience.

What makes ‘Groundhog Day’ even more special is that this is the first time this musical comedy has been translated into a language other than English. The story of Phil Connors, the weather presenter trapped in a time loop during Groundhog Day, will now reach the Catalan public in all its splendor and charm.

The plot of “Groundhog Day” revolves around Phil Connors, a weather presenter trapped in a repetitive time cycle during the annual Groundhog Day festival in a small Pennsylvania town.

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This story, which combines comedy, romance and reflection, has captivated audiences around the world, becoming a modern cinema classic.

The creative team behind ‘Groundhog Day’.

The creative team behind this exciting production is made up of some of the most prominent names in the world of musical theater.

With music and lyrics composed by Tim Minchin, known for his work on the hit musical ‘Matilda,’ and a screenplay by Danny Rubin, the talented writer behind the original film, ‘Groundhog Day’ promises to captivate audiences with its combination of vibrant music and a heartwarming story.

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The original ‘Groundhog Day’ movie, starring Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell, became an instant classic when it was released in 1993.

Its adaptation as a musical debuted in London in 2016, becoming the highest-grossing production in the history of the prestigious theater The Old Vic. Subsequently, the musical reached Broadway, where it also received accolades and won the hearts of audiences.

Casting and ticket sales

Although the official cast has not yet been announced, those interested in being part of the show have the opportunity to submit their nominations until May 26. Tickets will go on sale in mid-June through the Balaña Group website.

A milestone in the Catalan theatrical scene

El Día de la Marmota’ marks a milestone in the Catalan theater scene as it is the first musical produced by Nostromo Live in Catalan. With an exceptional creative team and a captivating story, this musical promises to be an unforgettable experience for all attendees.