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Geometria (Geometry)

Roseland Musical

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Geometria is a dance show for the whole family that takes as its starting point geometric shapes and creates a surprising production with projections that interact with the audience, who wear 3D spectacles.

Geometria is a hypnotic and revealing show about the true dimension of geometric shapes and their relationship with contemporary dance. A surprising production with projections that interact with the audience, who are wearing 3D spectacles. A show that combines dance, music and poetry and which proposes an emotional, plastic view of complex mathematical structures.

Roseland Musical, founded in 1987, was one of the dance companies that pioneered the creation of shows for children and young people. Over the years the company has adapted to its audience, updating the artistic language of its creations for the new generations, always guaranteeing the artistic quality of its productions, aware that the audience in front of them is critical, demanding and very observant.

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Planned functions

Badalona

Teatre Zorrilla
14 March at 18:00h
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Show details

Duration
55 minutes
Price
6 €
Artistic direction
Marta Almirall
Assistant director
Anna Planas
Texts
Montse Ginesta
Choreography
Anna Planas, Aina Lanas and Arias Fernández
Performers
Aina Lanas, Arias Fernández and Anna Sagrera
Covers
Miriam Salvador, Guillem Ripoll and Eva Bregel
Audio-visuals
ONIONLAB
Lighting technician
Andreu Fàbregas
Music creation
Xavier Oró
Costume design
Montse Ginesta
Technicians
Pau Farreny and Marcel Bagó
Production
Roseland Musical
Artistic collaboration
La Sala Miguel Hernández Sabadell
With the support of
Generalitat de Catalunya Department of Culture, Ministry of Culture and Sports, Institut Ramon Llull and Diputació de Barcelona