En colaboración con FiraTàrrega, Stockton International Riverside Festival (UK) y TIN Arts, Vero Cendoya dirigió e interpretó junto a Becki Parker ''Hunting for The Unicorn'', una producción transnacional sobre el tema del autismo.

Un trabajo de investigación para ofrecer dos visiones de esta condición desde la danza. Parker explorando su viaje como persona con autismo, preguntándose por la artista en que se está convirtiendo. Cendoya con una incursión aproximativa que ofrecerá su visión externa a través de un solo que incorpora la voz a su trabajo coreográfico. 

El espectáculo pudo verse en España y el Reino Unido.

Artistas: Becki Parker y Vero Cendoya

Productora: TIN Arts y Fani Benages.

Producción incluida al programa Suport a la Creació de FiraTàrrega.


Órdago a la grande is a group creation piece directed by Vero Cendoya and Arantza López that emerged out of a shared learning exercise with six actresses with and without functional diversity. The show was conceived in a totally inclusive way, including interpretation in Catalan sign language, audio description, tactile visits prior to the show, subtitling and magnetic loop.

In Spanish “echar un órdago” is a bid in which players of the “mus” card game bet their complete hand and risk everything. If it goes well, they win the game.


Six people are facing death and have to take stock of the successes and failures that have accumulated throughout their lives. Who dares take the maximum risk? Who dares “echar un órdago”?

Dramatists and direction:

Arantza López i Vero Cendoya


Ainhoa García

Èlia Farrero

Anna Morancho

Edgar Murillo

Padi Padilla

Xavier Teixidó


We Act






Art for Change de l'Obra Social "la Caixa" y Teatre Nacional de Catalunya





With the collaboration of 

Nau Ivanow y La Palomera

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Soporte: Art for Change de l'Obra Social "la Caixa" y Teatre Nacional de Catalunya


"Que no existe locura, sino gente que sueña despierta"   

Princesa Inca,

“Crujido” 2012

A creation combining text, dance, humour and live music by Adele Madau wants to explore the thread, fragile and thin, that separates madness from sanity. Based on texts and poetry by the Inca Princess and with her collaboration.


A dance performance with live music created about intimacy; it is a tribute to the place that human beings choose for actions as disparate as cutting their nails or taking their own lives.

It is a journey to our most primitive selves in which, through movement, the most intimate and all that is unspeakable, shameful, uncomfortable or incorrect is laid bare.

The live music by violinist Adele Madau is inspired by situations and sounds created in a bathroom


"Antagònics": Opposites, rivals, substantial or habitual opposites, especially in doctrines and opinions.

A transformist and a dancer, with 25 years of experience on stage separating them. A duet of Vero Cendoya with Rubén Cardoso, as a representative subject of the Transformist art, one of the most influential artists of the current scene of Transformism in Barcelona.

A man of X years old, more feminine than a woman.

A woman of 35. They advise each other, share confidences and confront each other.