Creation and stage design: David Ymbernon - Direction and costumes: David Ymbernon and Elisabet Augé - Composer/Musical director: Xavi Lloses - Performed by: Daida Ymbernon, David Ymbernon, Xavi Lloses and Zoe Balasch - Choreography: David Ymbernon and Zoe Balasch - Stage construction: Taller d’Escenografia Castells (egg and bell) and David Ymbernon (orange objects) - Lighting design: Jep Vergés - Promotional Photography: David Ymbernon (in collaboration with David Ruano) - On set photography: Jordi Call - Production/Support: Elisabet Augé - Co-produced by: Dansa Metropolitana and Company David Ymbernon - Special thanks to: Anna Belsa, Carles Sales, Carme Comelles, Cristina Manrique, David Ruano, Esteban Miñarro, Esteve Cussó, Esther Montoriol, Gyas Club Tàrrega, Irina Núñez, Jordi Bordes, Jordi Call, Jordi Castells, Marta Castells, Núria Castells, Jordi Casadevall, Marc Vila, Marta Rico, Mind Dancer, Mireia Llunell, Montse Frisach, Patrícia Carles, Pilar Tardío and Xavi Capdevila - Collaboration: Can Gassol Centre de Creació d’Arts Escèniques, Casa Elizalde, Barceloneta Civic Centre, Parc Sandaru Civic Centre, and La Lleialtat Santsenca
Latung La La en dansa
The creator David Ymbernon in this show incorporates dance by fusing it with his particular stage work, full of poetry, objects and dreamlike images.
After many years of working on stage poetry with objects, characters, situations and dreamlike images, David Ymbernon now includes a new discipline in his new project: dance. In Latung La La en dansa, the artist sets out to dance the emotions along a vital journey from childhood to the present with his troupe of objects, memories and the live music of Xavi Lloses.
David Ymbernon is a multidisciplinary visual artist, as well as a poet obsessed with the colour orange. His stage language is somewhere between visual poetry, object theatre and paratheatre. Latung La La pilot-cuiner (2000) was the first of over twenty works in the Latung La La series, which since then has led him to participate in lots different kinds of theatres and festivals in all sorts of different locations.