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RODA

Marea Danza

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In Barcelona, this show is rescheduled from the Saturday 19th to the 26th at the Plaça Fort Pienc. We will report changes in our social media.

Five dancers dance and whirl around until they lose control, in a show that revisits the popular dance of Valencia from a contemporary point of view.

This production featuring five dancers presents a revision of the popular dance of Valencia from a contemporary point of view. Five women, upright and connected, dance facing forwards to create an ode to life and the earth and, like five pieces of mud, they participate in the artisanal rite of twisting their bodies around to be energy, power and emotion. An approach to folklore with which this singular company connects with its roots and which won the prize for Best street show, at the 2021 AAEE IVC prizes.

Marea Danza is a Spanish flamenco and dance company, created in 2014, which sets out to bring these disciplines closer to contemporary creation. And it does so globally, giving the same importance to the dramaturgy, the dance, the set design and the image, through a modern language of performance. With these principles, besides RODA, it has premiered the shows Relieves, Amelia (2018 FETEN Prize) and Rebel·lió (Best show for boys and girls at the 2021 AAEE IVC prizes).

Planned functions

Free

L'Hospitalet

Centre d’Art Tecla Sala
12 March at 12:30h
Show cancelled

Barcelona

Plaça Fort Pienc
26 March at 12:00h
Change of location

Show details

Duration
35 minutes
Authorship
Marea Danza
Direction
Sara Cano
Performers
Elena Marava, Irene de la Rosa, María Sofía Gallego, Paula Sebastián and Yolanda López
Music written and directed by
Andrés Belmonte
Pre-existing music
Pep Gimeno “Botifarra” and Carles Dénia
Audio-visuals
Corinne Films
Costumes
Estudio Savage
Lighting design
Ximo Olcina
Photography
Arturo Sutter
Collaborating
Institut Valencià de Cultura Arts Escèniques and Regidoria Acció Cultural Ajuntament de València
Production/ Accompaniment
María José Mora
Distribution
a+ Soluciones Culturales
Acknowledgements
Museu de Belles Arts de València