A man and a woman look for, find and hide from a shrinking god. These two disparate characters—she is a portly matron; he wears a clergyman’s cassock—come across each other one laundry day on a rooftop, with a washing machine that goes round endlessly and lines waiting for the trousers, skirts, stockings and bras that the woman will hang out. It’s a landscape seemingly straight out of a Fellini film with music by Nino Rota, but which is made up of dance, theatre and humour, the hallmarks of the company of Mar Gómez, the choreographer and dancer who won a Max and a City of Barcelona Prize for this show.
Barcelona Districte Cultural
The regular circuit of professional shows in local cultural amenities in Barcelona is also participating in La Quinzena Metropolitan Dance, with three works by three well-known figures in Catalan dance.