Written and directed by: Anna Rubirola / Big Bouncers Collective - Composer/Musical director: Oriol Roca - Performed by: Urša Sekirnik, Mireia de Querol, Elena Lalucat / Ariadna Grau - Assistant director: Elena Lalucat - Set design: Maria Alejandre and Estel Cristià - Wardrobe: Urša Sekirnik and Marina Pujadas - Lighting design: Bernat Tresserra, Jou Serra - Photography: Tristán Pérez-Martín - Assistant in dramaturgy: Carlota Grau - Technical coordinator: Ivan Cascón - Scientific advice: Pablo Sánchez - Voice-over: Patrícia Bargalló - Production/Accompaniment: Rita Stivala - Co-produced by: Mercat de les Flors - Special thanks to: Vera Puig Rubirol
6 and over
This immersive stage experience uses body and movement to draw us into a world where everything is possible.
This immersive dance piece for the whole family takes inspiration from plankton to develop a multi-disciplinary stage experience that uses body and movement to draw us into a world where everything is possible. A world in which everything small takes on great meaning. A world in which bodies radiate light and hover in suspension. The show reflects on the relationship between us humans and the tiny beings that live under water, and seeks to highlight the idea that little things (and little beings, such as children) are fundamental for life.
Anna Rubirola is a choreographer, performer and teacher. She is part of the Big Bouncers Collective and the LaBolsa Group, and also directs the creative space La Visiva. She’s worked with artists such as Thomas Hauert, Pere Faura, João Lima, Maria Montseny, Mira Calix and Alexander’s Annexe, Oriol Roca, i Vrak’Trio, Julyen Hamilton and John Jasperse. She is a regular professor at the Institut del Teatre’s CSD dance conservatory.
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