Written and directed by: Thomas Noone - Composer/Musical director: Jim Pinchen - Performed by: Berta Martí, Joel Mesa, Héctor Puigdomènech, Eleonora Tirabassi - Assistant director: Alba Barral - Written by: Montse Puga - Set design: Carles Pujol, Taller d’Escenografia de Sant Cugat - Construction of puppets: Andre Melo - Voice-over: Montse Puga - Audiovisual: Carme Gomila - Costumes: Goretti Puente - Lighting design: Marx Lleixà - Photography: Luis San Andrés - Graphic imagery: FreePaella - Production/Support: Sara Esteller - Co-produced by: Grec Festival de Barcelona - Special thanks to: SAT! Teatre, Zona Nord Civic Centre, Bia Ribeiro, Duda Paiva
The Cat Who Wanted to Change Her Tale
5 and over
Dance, puppets and visuals for the whole family, based on a Hindu story that tells of the adventures of four fantastical creatures.
This enchanting show with dance, puppets and visuals for the whole family to enjoy, is based on a Hindu story that tells of the adventures of an animal community: a cat, an owl, a lizard and a mouse who live under a banyan tree. Four fantastical creatures in a story about friendship, trust and collaboration.
Barcelona-based company Thomas Noone Dance creates highly physical and vigorous dance shows, using both subtle gestures and the explosion of movement. Contemporary creation is their goal and defines their works. Dancer and company director Thomas Noone is a regular in the city’s great theatres and has been a guest choreographer for domestic and international companies. In 2011, he was awarded the City of Barcelona award in the dance category.