(or children of Lunacharski)
Inclusive and intergenerational dance-theatre show, the result of Vero Cendoya's long experience in dance with groups with functional diversity. This work explains a true story about the trial of God carried out by Anatoli Lunacharski.
With this as a starting point, we will discuss the search for one's own identity, the dynamics of power and the methods of mass manipulation. The Russia of the early 20th century, after the triumph of the Communist Revolution, serves as inspiration to create a timeless space in which the seven protagonists interact and dance in an environment that is collapsing under their feet.
Direction and choreography Vero Cendoya / Dramatists Israel Solà & Vero Cendoya / Performers Natalia d'Annunzio, Linn Johanson, Laia Martí Santiago, Jem Prenafeta, Carlos Fernández, Hansel Nezza, Anna Barrachina or Vero Cendoya / Music composition Adele Madau / Light and Space Design Cube.bz / Sound design David Solans / Costume Design Paz Aulí / Direction assistance Laura Alcalá / Costume Assistance Oriol Corral / Rhythmic Choreogrphy Isabel Tapias / Image Kiku Piñol / Image Assistance Dani Pujalte / Production Lidia Serrat / Accounts Joan Fabregat / International Management Albert Baldomà & Fani Benages / Press Elisenda Riera
Thanks to: Mili García, Raphael Holzer, Carla Torres, Jaume Prenafeta, Sandra Carrau, Ester Nadal, Rai Borrell, Rafató Teatre, Complex Esportiu de Tarragona, El Graner
In collaboration with ICEC & L’Estruch de Sabadell
A coproduction by Cía. Vero Cendoya & Mercat de les Flors
3 PREMIOS MAX 2021
5 PREMIOS MAX 2022
5 Stars “Dramatic and delivered with real passion”
Best Physical Theatre
"The group connects and works thanks to the ability to listen, to adapt to the enjoyment of each member".
Jordi Bordes, El Punt Avui
"BOGUMER achieves some beautiful and, at times, almost grotesque postcards in movement."
Jordi Bordes, Recomana.cat
"The choreographic contributions of Fernández (his vibrant solo), Nezza and d'Annunzio are highlights of the season".
"Normalisation of the claim. Transversality between movement and word. Relativity and (de)constraint of the abstract and the corporeal or circumscribed by words or spoken language. The condemnation of the invisible in order to escape from any system of control (in truth, all as a perpetuation of the same) that uses and abuses our bodies indiscriminately".
Fernando Solla, En Platea
+34 633 79 97 03