ALOHA FROM HAWAII
CÍA. VERO CENDOYA & CÍA. MAR GÓMEZ
A pink limousine drives in to a square. Two women dressed as Elvis Presley come out of it, looking to bathe themselves in the admiration of the crowds and be loved by as many people as possible; exactly what happened to the King of Rock on January 14, 1973, when he performed his concert, Aloha From Hawaii. A concert that was broadcast around the world and seen by over a billion people.
Fed up with self-help books, fed up having to ask for respect, affection, and love, they throw caution to the wind and put on the trousers of the most powerful man in the world.
By putting themselves, in the very moment that the artist had his most wide-reaching audience: his mega concert in Honolulu
Creators and performers: MAR GOMEZ AND VERO CENDOYA / Costume designer: PAU AULÍ / Space sound designer: ADELE MADAU / Original sound and music: ELVIS PRESLEY, AND OTHER DIFFERENT ARTISTS / Theatrical advisor: ANNA BARRACHINA / Assistant director: XAVI MARTINEZ / Photography: NOEMI ELIAS / Management & distribution: CIA MAR GÓMEZ & CIA VERO CENDOYA / Production: MARTA RIERA, BIEL MARTÍNEZ & LÍDIA SERRAT / #AlohaFromHawaii