Due to the ongoing pandemic, all performance dates are subject to change.
What do we mean by the word ‘progress’ nowadays? Perhaps unhealthy detachment and increasing emotional isolation? Pasionaria means a planet without passion. An imaginary, dystopian world, imitating the human world, whose inhabitants move like robots or statues, seemingly oblivious to any feeling. Award-winning Spanish choreographer Marcos Morau and his company La Veronal create a politically charged dance performance with a strong theatrical quality and an idiosyncratic choreographic style that draws inspiration from hip hop, popping and animation. Stasis and movement; joy and pain; love and death: the dichotomies of life represented through images that will haunt spectators long after the performance.
Concept - Artistic direction - Choreography: Marcos Morau
Assistant choreographer: Lorena Nogal
Artistic - dramaturgical adviser: Roberto Fratini, Celso Giménez
Set design: Max Glaenzel
Costume design: Silvia Delagneau
Sphere costumes: Goretti Puente
Masks - Props GADGET: Efectos Especiales
Helmets: Ricardo Vergne
Prostheses: Martí Doy
Costume construction: María Carmen Soriano
Footwear: Natalio Martín
Sound design: Juan Cristóbal Saavedra
Video design: Joan Rodon, Esterina Zarrillo
Lighting design - Technical direction: Bernat Jansà
Technical assistance - SFX: David Pascual
Repetition: Estela Merlos
Co-creators - Performers:
Àngela Boix, Jon López, Ariadna Montfort, Richard Mascherin, Lorena Nogal, Shay Partush, Marina Rodríguez, Sau-Ching Wong.
Executive production: Juan Manuel Gil Galindo, Cristina Goñi Adot
As part of the Athens & Epidaurus Festival 2020. Award-winning Spanish choreographer Marcos Morau and his company La Veronal create a politically charged dance performance.
To be announced.