Dance, magic, the manipulation of objects, puppets and black theatre allow us to explore the world of Paul Klee and the Bauhaus in a show for all types of audiences which has sign language and live music.
LÉ is a show for everyone inspired by the personal life of the painter Paul Klee and the Bauhaus, which explores his way of working and conceiving art. A journey full of colours and extravagant shapes accompanied by dance, magic, the manipulation of objects, puppets, black light theatre and sign language (Catalan, French, English and Spanish). The live music by Vassil Lambrinov, the violinist in Blaumut, evokes a childhood marked by a musician father who taught Klee to play the violin at the age of seven – a crucial experience in the similarity that the artist found between music and visual art.
Addaura Teatre Visual is a company that brings together different theatrical disciplines in its creative project magic, black light theatre, puppets, circus, shadows and music. Highly renowned by audiences and critics, and the winner of several MAX Prizes, it uses sign language in its shows as an integrative resource.