In the words of the director and playwright of the show, Xesús Ron, "NEVERMORE can refer to both talking crows and screaming peoples, but the intention is the same: to make memory. The idea is to continue using documentary procedures to create fictions from our collective memory. In this case, we set out to see if the story of the Prestige was something more than an ecological catastrophe, because at best it is a metaphor and must be understood as a warning of what was to come".
"N.E.V.E.R.M.O.R.E. is a way of turning to the collective memory of one of those villages that can be wiped off the map without anything happening. A town that, even so, in December 2002 made the cry of the crow its own and did not allow itself to be convinced by the lies of those who claimed that everything would go back to the way it was before. Telling this story - adds Ron, who recalls that the founding assembly of the Burla Negra platform had been precisely in the Auditorio de Galicia - is also an incantation to undo the spell that continues to surround the Prestige disaster, which has become a strangely perfect metaphor for that oil culture that prevents us from seeing what lies beyond the catastrophe, as if we could not inhabit any other place than this one".