Creator, director, performer, and object- and puppet-maker: Antonella D’Ascenzi - Music: Adrián Berenguer - Audiovisual: Guillem Muñoz - Wardrobe: Cristina Robledillo - Lighting design: Elena Piscitilli - Photography: Carles Decors - Dance and live mapping consultant: Toni Mira - Puppet and object handling consultant: Damiano Privitera - Distribution: Fani Benages - In collaboration with: LaSala Miguel Hernández de Sabadell, Can Gassol Centre de Residències Artístiques de Mataró, Sala Melmac from the Mar Gómez Company, Circuit CLAPS (Italy) - Supported by: #SOSCultura Grant from the Carulla Foundation, Agita Grant from Figueres City Council, Research and Innovation Grant from the OSIC - Government of Catalonia, Institut International de la Marionnette in Charleville-Mézièrs (France), the TTP's Creation Grant, Progetto CANTIERE from the Incanti Festval (Italy), the Department of Culture and the Catalan Institute of Cultural Enterprises (ICEC), Institut Ramon Llull and the PICE Program - Acción Cultural Española.
Contemporary dance and visual poetry come together in a show for everyone, where the main characters are a performer and a marionette.
Dance and visual poetry spin stories that run along a thread in Filar, a dance piece that talks about how we can rebuild community and feel how we live in a network of invisible threads. For D'Ascenzi, the threads create an invisible connection, they unite us with our families, friends or people with whom we share paths. Threads keep the connection at a distance.
The Italian dance and visual theatre creator Antonella D’Ascenzi, based in Catalonia since 2010, works on stage performances for both families and adults, creating conversations with bodies, objects and images. She has been invited to projects such as Park in Progress by Pépinières Européennes de Création, the Teatro Victoria Eugenia in Donostia, the Circuit de la Xarxa de Teatres Alternatius (2017 and 2019), the Fòrum REGIO-Marionette de Vergèze in France, FiraTàrrega, Fira de titelles de Lleida and Mostra d'Igualada, among others.