A choreography in which the ink of Frederic Amat stains the notes of the kaleidoscopic score of cabosanroque black, which is then ripped apart by the force of La Veronal’s movement.
RRR. With these three noisy and vibrant letters, a show is presented at the Teatre Lliure that turns the stage in Gràcia into a place for crossover and correspondence between different creative worlds, each with its own coordinates: a dialogue without a map between the dance of La Veronal, choreographed by Marcos Morau and danced by Jon López; the music and soundscape of cabosanroque, with the unexpected machinations of Laia Torrents and Roger Aixut, and the pictorial images of Frederic Amat, which tenses the painting with the onstage action. In league with them there will be a choir of seven sculptural and sonorous figures that closely watch and reverberate to what is happening on the stage.
With a constant hum – curiosity, the enigma of three letters that light up – RRR opens up an unexpected space in which everyone contributes a very diverse baggage to explore and go beyond the limits between image, sound and movement, to surprise the spectator until they faint, offering the audience’s eyes and ears a mosaic of scenes in which the choreography of the ink stains the notes of the kaleidoscopic score of cabosanrqoue black, which is then ripped apart by the force of La Veronal’s movement.
Show scheduled by Teatre Lliure