NOTICIAS

After “Tu Vas Tomber” (Awarded best dance show at the Feria Internacional de Huesca 2015, and Imaginarius Festival award 2016), Cia Moveo continues to blur the line between the performer and the spectator and to explore the boundaries between reality and fiction.

 

CONSEQÜÈNCIES, the new creation of Cia Moveo, is a show for all audiences that explores through movement the relations between these two notions in our everyday life and the accelerated time in which we live.

 

CONSEQÜÈNCIES is an ironic and joyful work on the possibility of being out of step, being late, being wide off the mark, and on the resulting consequences.

SYNOPSIS

For a moment I stopped to listen, to watch, and the world around me kept on going. How can I get in touch with what I lost during these moments?
 No matter how much I accelerate, I keep arriving late, as if a strange force was conspiring against me and pushing me out of the time of the others.
And you? What are you looking at?

 

 

  • CONSEQÜÈNCIES

 

 

DIRECTOR

Stéphane Lévy

Artistic Director of MOVEO – creation and training centre, Head of Acting at the Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático de Barcelona and Teacher at the Conservatorio Superior de Danza de Barcelona (Institut del Teatre), Stéphane has directed or acted in most of the Moveo Co’s productions. In 2007, he directed the show Requiem, which won the Special Jury Prize at the Mostra de Teatre in Barcelona. In 2011 ARA! received the European quality label E-mix. Recently, Tu vas tomber! was awarded the Best Show Award – Dance Category at the International Theatre and Dance Fair of Huesca ‘15 (Spain) and the Best Company Award Mais Imaginarius ‘16 in Portugal.

 

He was a member of the company Théâtre de l’Ange Fou in London for ve years and his specialised knowledge of mime and physical theatre has lead him to direct projects, courses and workshops in various international organisations such as School of Speech and Drama of London, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Conservatoire Populaire of Geneva, Superior Dramatic Art School of Valencia and Vigo etc.

 

Graduate in Philosophy from the University of Paris X, he holds a diploma in Physical Theatre and postgraduate in Teaching and Directing from the International School of Corporeal Mime of London.

 

 

PERFORMERS

Marta Hervás

She starts her artistic studies with theatre at Col.legi del Teatre and El Timbal of Barcelona. Later she dedicates herself to contemporary dance, studying in Barcelona and in Brussels with various teachers such as David Zambrano, Iñaki Azpillaga, Eulàlia Ayguadè, Thomas Hauert, Jozef Fruzek, Linda Kapetanea, and others. In 2014 she graduates in Choreography Studies (Institut del Teatre, Bcn). At the same time she is part of an annual laboratory with Pere Sais, working from “The art as vehicle” (Grotowsky).

She works in Barcelona during six years with the Company La Mandarina. Amongst other projects, she works with the choreographer Roberto Oliván in the movie Les derniers jours du monde; and with the Company Superamas in BIG 3rd Episode (happy/end). In Brussels she collaborates with Davis Freeman in Investment; and with Re-eject Re- Search cy Sara Vilardo. She also works as a movement assistant on different projects and for companies such as Cia Obskene and Cia Ignífuga.

She is a member of the Co. Moveo since 2015, and works on other dance projects like La Cerda and 43:43.

Xavier Palomino

Starts his training at the Dramatic Art School Eòlia before coursing a BA in Dramatic Arts at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona, specialising in physical theatre. During his studies, he explores and extends both his interpretative and physical abilities.

Xavi has worked and performed in : Cruzando el límite by Xavi Gimenez, Herois by Pau Freixas and El Bruc by Daniel Benmayor. On Tv, he has participated in the serie La otra ciudad by Silvia Quer and other Tv series such as El cor de la ciutat, Tretze anys i un dia, Lo Cartanyà, Sagrada familia y Kubala, Moreno i Manchón. He also participates in the dubbing of Gran Torino by Clint Eastwood.

Xavi is a member of the Co. Moveo with Tu vas tomber! and the company The Chanclettes with which he tours the acclaimed show #Dputocool after having performed during six months at the theatre El Molino, in Barcelona.

Núria Planes

Studied theatre at El Timbal, Col·legi de Teatre de Barcelona and Eòlia schools, and at the Institut del Teatre where she specialized in physical theater. Since 2011 she has been participating in different projects with different companies.

Participates in the Die Wo Spielen visual theater festival in Stuttgart with the show Minstrel Cabaret. In the festival Cos de Reus with A vegades mentir-se es un art directed by Stéphane Lévy. Toured with the show La Peixera from the company Los Jimenes and create with Moveo Cie the short physicl theatre piece Tu vas tomber! Which is currently touring Europe.

She participated in the research process for the creation of the piece Kolmanskop directed by Guillem Gefaell and Laura Tamayo and develops the Pixeled Motion research project on motion and the audiovisual arts.

In 2017 he is part of the creation of Una Nit Freda, an adaptation of The Just Assassins by Albert Camus, directed by Raquel Cors.

 

Adrià Viñas

Studied Dramatic Arts specialising in Physical Theatre at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona, training with teachers such as Stéphane Lévy, Andrés Corchero, Moreno Bernardi, Renée Baker, Jordi Basora and Pere Jané among others. He continues his training participating in different workshops: Clown by Pep Massanet and Christian Atanasiu, Areal Dance with the Cie Deambulants, Street theatre with Albert Olivas and circus skills at the school El Galliner and Body Weather with Andres Corchero at the Espai Blanc Performing Arts Lab of Barcelona.

He performs in various theatre projects: La Peixera by Co. Los Jimenes and directed by Jordi Basora; Alarma Nuclear! Un drama familiar by Co. La Palpebra and directed by Lluís Graells; No límits and Pastissers POFessionals by Co. Nyip i Nyap; A alta mar y Pan, adaptation and direction by Bernat Pons.

He is a member of Co. Moveo with the physical theatre piece Tu vas tomber! (Mais – Festival Imaginarius’16 Prize (Portugal); Best Dance Show Prize – Feria Internacional de Teatro y Danza of Huesca); of Co. LePuant with the clown show Tot sol… I núvol (Best actor Prize– VII Festival Mutis of Barcelona); and of Co. Nyip i Nyap with the show Clowntes i Llegendes.

Pino Steiner

Graduated in Dramatic Art in the specialty of physicist at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona. He has completed his studies at the Hamu Pantomime School in Prague.

He studies circus for five years in the Ateneu Popular of Nou Barris and in the School of Circus Rogelio Rivel. The first four years studying different circus disciplines and fifth specializes in acrobatics.

He is currently one of the members of Cia Cocotte, a finalist for the BBVA Theater Awards in 2016 and winner of the Move Awards with the show Les Rois Faineants.

He is also actor of the company of social theater Impáctate. He has collaborated as an actor in the street theater companies Fadunito and Jarabe de Caña. He has participated as an actor / dancer in the company Kernel dance theater.

 

CREDITS

 

Performers: Marta Hervás, Xavi Palomino, Núria Planes, Pino Steiner, Adrià Viñas

 

Director: Stéphane Lévy – info@ciamoveo.cat

 

Executive production: Sophie Kasser – info@ciamoveo.cat

 

Distribution: Fani Benages – fani@fanibenages.com 


 

Production: Moveo

 

Co-production: Festival Fira Tàrrega (Spain) –  Festival Internacional do Teatro de Rua Imaginarius (Portugal)
Suported by: CC Barceloneta

 

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

CONSEQÜÈNCIES is a show designed to be performed in the street, squares, parks, or any public places with the following conditions

 

Performing space: 7mX7m
Flat floor (no inclination)  – Street, pavement, grass, tiles (if flat with no sharp angles)

 

Sound: Mini-jack – RCA connection to sound equipment

 

Lights: If the show is performed at night, a basic general lighting is required, the lighting should include the public.

 

Public: The show is designed to be performed with no specific stage mark. The public should not know where the show will be starting exactly.