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.
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?
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Holland, Korea, United Kingdom, Hungary, Spain, France, Lituania, Belgium and still touring!
Performers: Angès Jabbour, Xavi Palomino/Neilor Moreno, Siziana Reiser, Pino Steiner & Adrià Viñas
Director: Stéphane Lévy – firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive production: Sophie Kasser & Estel·la Muñiz – email@example.com
Distribution: Fani Benages – firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-production: Festival Fira Tàrrega (Spain) – Festival Internacional do Teatro de Rua Imaginarius (Portugal)
Suported by: CC Barceloneta
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.