This theatrical piece deals with animals, light and sound. You may approach it, almost touch it, blend into it, feel your heart beat along with it, and travel to the source of a sibilant being.
Cosa negra has the approach of a prequel – what precedes anything that becomes visible through the veil of narrative; what lies hidden in the form of a latent power that comes before anything that has not yet made itself manifest.
A public meeting with Marisa Pons and Rolando San Martín will be held on Thursday, 21 September at 8.30 h.
- Creation and dramatics: Marisa Pons and Rolando San Martín
- Action and sound space: Silbatriz Pons
- Direction and lighting: Rolando San Martín
From 12 to 15 September 2017Performances “Bailar el agua”, by Raquel Sánchez y Chefa Alonso
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From 14 to 16 September 2017Performances “Still in Paradise”, by Yan Duyvendak and Omar Ghayatt
Made in Paradise was created in 2008 and toured until 2014 (…)
16 September 2017Films, Screenings, Talks “The Making of Justice”, by Sarah Vanhee
The Making of Justice is a movie about seven prisoners working on the plot of a crime film, along with Sarah Vanhee (…)
From 21 to 22 September 2017Performances “Nobilmente”, by Up-a-Tree Theatre
Nobilmente is a trip through sound as a physical experience, a meeting-place and a place of identity, that reflects (…)
23 September 2017Films, Screenings, Talks “Awake. Cheer Up... Armageddon’s Coming!” by Michael Achtman + discussion
Anna, who’s chronically ill, is visited by Doreen, a door-to-door proselytiser who makes herself at home and stays (…)
From 23 to 24 September 2017Performances “Mos Maiorum”, by Ireneu Tranis, Mariona Naudín and Alba Valldaura
Mos Maiorum (or The Customs of our Ancestors) is a piece of documentary theatre that places the audience directly on (…)