RRR. It is through these three noisy and vibrant letters that the Teatre Lliure presents a show that turns the Gràcia stage into an intersection and correspondence between several creative worlds, each with its own coordinates: a mapless dialogue between La Veronal's dance — choreographed by Marcos Morau and danced by Jon López— and with CaboSanRoque's music and soundtrack — with the unexpected plots from Laia Torrents and Roger Aixut — and the pictorial images from Frederic Amat — which push the boundaries with on-stage action. All this will be accompanied by a choir made up of seven resonant sculptural characters scrutinising and reflecting the action on the stage.
With constant buzzing — curiosity, the enigma of three illuminating letters — RRR opens an unexpected space where everyone makes quite different contributions in order to explore and cross the boundaries between image, sound and movement, to surprise the spectator to the point of invasion, offering the audience views and sounds from a mosaic of scenes where the choreography of colour stains black the notes of CaboSanRoque's kaleidoscopic score, which is broken up by the spirit of La Veronal's movement.
Teatre Lliure Programme