NEWS

The Company:

The CIA MOVEO is creating very physical shows where movement, text and music come together. For this fusion of languages, and specifically for the show Requiem, the company received in 2007 the Jury’s Special Prize of the Mostra de Teatre de Barcelona.

 

In 2011, our show ARA! was awarded the e-MIX Quality Label, an internationally recognized quality seal for physical and visual theatre.

 

In 2015, Tu vas tomber! received the Best Show Award (dance category) from the Huesca International Theater and Dance Fair and the Best Company Award from the portuguese festival Mais Imaginarius. In 2017 the CIA was awarded for Conseqüències the FiraTàrrega Moritz Prize and nominated for the Catalan Critics’ Awards.

 

Since its creation, the CIA MOVEO has brought creative work to international stages that explores the narrative possibilities of the body and the expressive richness of the movement. Always offering a trip to the human condition through the “out of the ordinary” with which we can play, the CIA MOVEO creates shows that bring the public closer to the communicative capacity of physical theatre.

 

The company was created in 2005 by Sophie Kasser, Stéphane Lévy and Olivier Décriaud. All three were trained in London with the Co. Théâtre de l’Ange Fou and have worked together since then, creating various shows and touring England, Belgium, Korea, Croatia, Scotland, Spain, France, Holland, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania and Switzerland.

 

Since 2015, the company has received the support of the Barcelona distributor Fani Benages, the Region of Catalonia, the Barcelona City Council and the Institut Ramon Llull.

NEWS:

Moveo Company’s Projects

ECHOES

ECHOES

ECHOES

New production. Première 10/2020
CONSEQÜÈNCIES

CONSEQÜÈNCIES

CONSEQÜÈNCIES

Awarded Best Street Performance
Moritz FiraTàrrega 2017 Prize
TU VAS TOMBER

TU VAS TOMBER

TU VAS TOMBER

Awarded Best Show – Feria Internacional de Teatro y Danza de Huesca

Mais Award – Festival Imaginarius – Portugal

¿DONDE ESTOY CUANDO SOY DOS?

¿DONDE ESTOY CUANDO SOY DOS?

¿DONDE ESTOY CUANDO SOY DOS?

ARA!

ARA!

ARA!

E.Mix Quality Label for European visual and physical theatre 2012
SOÑAR EL RIO HASTA EL MAR

SOÑAR EL RIO HASTA EL MAR

SOÑAR EL RIO HASTA EL MAR

REQUIEM

REQUIEM

REQUIEM

Mostra de Teatre de Barcelona – Jury’s Special Award
MARELLE

MARELLE

MARELLE

The Press Said:

“Context is not, of course, everything: the performances themselves must attract and hold the attention of a passing and often distracted audience. Catalan company Cia Moveo did this very effectively with Conseqüències, impactful physical theatre.”
(Sanjoy Roy – the Guardian, 2018)

 

“A choreography full of brilliant dynamism…Participation, interaction, collectivity; we must pay attention to the next moves of the Moveo Cie because they are a company that listens remarkably the heartbeat of the street.”

(Manuel Pérez i Muñoz – Recomanat.cat , 2017)

 

“Watching them is gratifying for this wide audience. Dance that breaks the cold formalism and explodes towards the public.

(Jordi Bordes, Recomana.cat – 2017)

 

“The Moveo Co. has seduced with its sense of humor and its close style that breaks the distance of the one that watches and the one being watched.”

(Rosa Diaz, El Periódico, 2017)

 

“An excellent, simple work in which the performers show a wonderful technique, it’s theatre, it’s dance.”

(Rosa Matas, Lavanguardia, 2017)

“Dance, in the hands of the Moveo Co. is an exquisiteness… very stimulating”

(El Periódico, 2016)

 

“Unclassifiable, the Moveo shows surprise for their creativity and originality charming the audience […] true moments of grace, that transport the audience to the outer space, out of time and, with little steps, remind us that we are here and now.”

(N. Brochard, l’émiliE, 2015)

 

“… an effective and ingenious combination of mime, dance, poetic word and music.”

(Giambattista Marchetto, Parole di Danza, 2013)

 

“The performers tell us in a simple and true way the universality of human compartments.”

(Carlotta Ros, Theatre Review, 2012)

 

“… Poetry of the body”

(Luis Fernández Zaurín, Calle20, 2008)