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The displaced city is a fiction / documentary type proposal that takes the people as a stage to reflect on their past, present and future. The work is presented as an urban action that travels through the streets of Mairena del Alcor while it is broadcast radio in real time, inviting the active participation of spectators and neighbors, who can accompany their tour with radio devices or listen to it remotely. in other parts of the municipality, through Radio Mairena (107.3 FM). The center of Mairena will be the starting point of the work and the specific place will be announced on the radio and by social networks on the days of the functions. This proposal is framed under the concept of “nomad theater”, which follows the line of work done by José Miguel Neira as director of the Galaxia Sur Project and which in this opportunity is proposed in co-production with Teatro Habitado to be released within the framework of the eighth edition of Encuentro Emergentes. Concept and direction: José Miguel Neira.
Research: José Miguel Neira, Irmina Majchrzak, Ana Moreno, Andrea Montalbán, Carlota Moreno, Cristina Mateos, Lucía Sutil, María Méndez, Pilar Gómez and Raúl Collantes.
Artistic collaboration: Raffaella Menchetti, Joaquín Díaz, Florencia Wenzel, LauraLiz Gil Echenique, Irmina Majchrzak.
Photography: Lucía Sutil. Acknowledgments to the Ateneo de Mairena del Alcor and its president, Isidoro Pérez, the historian José Manuel Navarro and the cantaor Calixto Sánchez.

A dog and a group of teenagers are looking for someone to love them in a hot Andalusian summer. My little loves was filmed during July 2018 in Mairena del Alcor and it was possible to see a preview of it in Emergentes 2018. Direction: Sebastián Pereira. Screenplay: Teatro Habitado and Sebastián Pereira. Chamber Assistant: Darío Rivera. Cast: Cristina Mateos, Carlota Moreno, Ana Pérez, Nuria Pérez, Ana Moreno, Claudia Roca, María Méndez, Einer Eistrup, Juan Manuel Castro, Lucia Sutil, Pilar Gómez, Raúl Collantes, Álvaro Mena. With the special collaboration of Pepa Muriel. Genre: Dramatic Comedy. Format: HD.

A Sweet Hello, a piece that explores concepts such as time and its relationship with loneliness, first love and its consequences, and romantic love passed by the contemporary gaze. The work is articulated around a narrative that wants to reconcile the great public with contemporary dance. Draw a story that everyone can come to recognize as their own: Joel is a shy man with a big heart who does not know who to give. Maybe today is your lucky day when you find Lin and exchange a “sweet hello”. Performers: Nadine Gerspacher and Jefta Tanate.

Intérpretes: Nadine Gerspacher y Jefta Tanate.

Director: Nicolas Ricchini.

Música original: Alvaro Arjona & Josep Maria Baldomà.

Iluminación: Llorenç Parra. Fotografía: Marta Cortés Fernández.

Vídeo: Johann Pérez.

Producción, Gestión, Distribución: Big Story Performing Arts. Con el soporte de Centre Cívic de la Barceloneta.

Agradecimientos a Lali Ayguadé, Jordi Oriol.

Niña Astronauta is inspired by the real case of Nicol Aravena, a thirteen-year-old from Villa Alemana who suffered from Xeroderma pigmentosa, a type of skin cancer without healing. Nicol can not leave her room due to the damage caused by the ultraviolet rays of sunlight. However, he is waiting for a suit made by NASA to improve his condition. Inside his room he receives the daily visit of his only friend, Vittorio, and together they seek to give answers to their own difficulties. Nicol’s biggest concern is to leave a mark on the world, which is why he cares so much about the only interview they did, since it offers him the opportunity to perpetuate himself in time as well as the most popular television image in history: Neil Armstrong’s moon walk.

 

Dirección y dramaturgia: Eduardo Luna.

Asistente de dirección: Carolina Castro.

Elenco: Pamela Alarcón y Sebastián Silva.

Diseño de escenografía, iluminación y gráfica: Javier Alvarado.

Diseño de vestuario: Karla Rodríguez.

Vídeo: Luciano Muñoz.

Producción: Lafamiliateatro, Javiera Severino.

An interstellar trip with the company ZH Spacelines ends up injured. Your crew members will be trapped on an inhospitable planet where there is nothing. This situation will start a war of powers and face their stigmas terrestrial. A piece that deals with the isolation, the lack of community of the current society and hope.

Director artístico: Genís Farran.

Ayudante de dirección: Montse Pelfort.

Intérpretes: Jon Arrizabalaga, Montse Bosch, Saray González, Montse Pelfort.

Escenografía: Enric Porta.

Mimi is inspired by the dualism of Plato, where the human being is a soul conditioned by a body with influences from the earthly environment in which he has lived. It dawns with the birth of Mimi, formed by two independent substances, soul and body, that seek not to separate themselves in the evolution of their existence. It dies with the growth of both, filling with experiences from innocence and curiosity until an external influence comes to seduce them, causing the decisions they make are driven by fear, being trapped in themselves. It dusk with the course of a life that has passed, that can not be changed, but is rewritten for the future. Now, perceiving a change, body and soul reconcile and walk together towards an unknown destination.

Idea original e intérpretes: Cristina Salvador y Rocío Barriga.

Dirección Musical: Cristina Salvador.

Dirección Coreográfica: Rocío Barriga.

Diseño de Iluminación: José Luis Palomino.

Producción: Alejandro Barriga. .

SALT is an approach to the migratory conflict from the vision of the Fil d’Arena dansa-teatre company. It presents a reflection that explores the connections between migration and gender, travel and the difficulties that women face in the search for a better future. The condition of being a migrant woman is added to the migrant’s difficulties. The extreme physical language of the interpreters and the images generated by their bodies invite us to reflect on the role of women in this journey. A piece where ingenuity (humor) and cruelty hang in the same thread. Three women on stage who combine strength and sensitivity through an acrobatic and risky dance. A music that helps us move to different worlds and realities and an interpretation that make SALT a piece that, from the abstract of the dance, goes to the most concrete through texts and evocative images.

Dirección: Fil D’Arena Dansa Teatre.
Intérpretes: Isabel Abril, Irene Ballester y Roseta Plasencia.
Asesor coreográfico: Roberto Olivan.
Creación sonora: Isabel Latorre.
Diseño: Assad Kassab. Iluminación: Ximo Rojo.
Vestuario: Los Reyes del Mambo. Producción ejecutiva: Clara Crespo.

The piece 43º13’44”N is the result of the search process of the author in the family and collective memory. It is a story found on the way to another place, where the mechanisms of imagination manage to fill gaps that memory does not have. They are the photos that we did not have time to do, the boats that we did not have time to catch or the bullets that we never had time to take out. A logbook in the form of performance and theater document. Of political biography.

Dirección y Dramaturgia: Olatz Gorrotxategi.

Intérprete: Olatz Gorrotxategi.

Edición de video: Indi Costa.

Testimonios: Adolfo Pastor, Angels Berengueres, Carlos Hernández, Francisco Hernando, José Antonio Naves, José Luis Muriel, Julián de la Morena, Kepa Solís, Liliana Aceves, Mireia Arangoitia, Pilar Muñoz, Xabier Roig.

I only believe in fire is a game of mirrors that takes texts from writers and lovers Anaïs Nin and Henry Miller (her journals, his novels and, above all, the correspondence between them for 20 years) to make them collapse with the autobiography, the dreams and complexes of Ángela and Carlos, the creators of the work. With metatheatrical vocation, ruptures in tone and a mutant staging, the work is a delirious journey of space-time jumps that leads us to explore the artistic vocation, the limits and censorship of the creator, autobiography as a channel of inspiration – its causes and consequences-, and the role of sexuality and the unconscious. Inspired by texts by Anaïs Nin and Henry Miller.

Dirección, dramaturgia, interpretación, escenografía, puesta en escena, proyecciones y vestuario: Carlos Martín-Peñasco y Ángela Palacios.

Ayudantes de dirección y diseño de luces: Paloma Remolina Gallego y Laura Cortés.

Asistente de iluminación y sonido: Lluís Gutiérrez. Fotografía: Carlos Montilla.

Vídeo: Rubén Rocha, Nico Aguerre y Carlos Martín-Peñasco.

WHAT IS THE PRICE OF MY CONSERVATION? I am 33 years old. Since I was born, I use medications. The pharmacy used in me so far has a very expensive price that the government of Spain costs. How much is my life worth? What is the price of my conservation? What system sustains my survival? Pharmacy is the industry in the world with the greatest economic benefit. What happens to the other side of the world so that the Spanish health can buy medicines so expensive to the pharmaceutical? What are the political, economic, social, geographic, etc. circumstances? that allow me to take medication in this part of the world? What would happen to my body if I did not take them? How long would it take to die?
Idea y performer: Juan José Morales “Tate”.
Colaboradores del proyecto: Pompeyo Viciana (Investigador médico especializado en VIH).
Irmina Majchrzak (Historiadora de Filosofía).
Nicholas Chandler (Carpintero).

Nuevo Zoologique Mexicano is a work that circulates between performance, dance, theatricality and the museographic exhibition. A reflection and criticism of the folklorization and exoticization of the subaltern world. A showcase, a zoo, a device of power located in public space, where the body of a Mexican folkloric dancer is exhibited, driven and violated by the one who looks from the desire to receive that only he knows how to do, that only he knows be. The expertise concentrates and unfolds, the worldview of a territory in a body, through its movement. The exotic, the different, what bewitches us, the diverse, what catches the eye … is exposed before the eye of the curious, the powerful, the naive, the perverse, the neophyte, the expert, the citizen. An active, current and recontextualized scenic reflection, inspired by the human zoos made at the Universal Exhibition “Jardin Zoologique d’Acclimatation” in Paris at the end of the 19th century. Fair of attractions where they exhibited, in the eyes of European citizens, natives of different latitudes of the world, for being considered wild, barbarous and exotic. Kidnapped and locked in bars against their will for curiosity, entertainment and perversity of visitors.

Dirección y concepto: Rosa Landabur.
Intérpretes: Alberto Montes y Rolando Hernández.
Diseño Escénico: Aurelio Palomino.

“I am a woman. And a warm warmth shelters me when the world hits me. It is the warmth of the other women, of those who made of life this sensitive, fighter corner, with soft skin and tender warrior heart. “Alejandra Pizarnik. Mucha Muchacha is positioned as a risky proposal of Spanish dance, generated by force, the trance of the loop, the effort and the physical exhaustion. The body is truly understood between two worlds: the traditional and the contemporary. From the most natural and organic to the most learned and regulated, and in a sense, artificial. Mucha Muchacha is a dance project of the now, a declaration of intentions around the movement, the community, the femininity and the rite.
Dirección: Mucha Muchacha.
Coreografía: Mucha Muchacha.
Asesoría artística: Celso Giménez.
Interpretación: Ana Botía, Marta Mármol, Belén Martí Lluch y Marina de Remedios.
Diseño de vestuario: Las Modistillas Flamencas y Mucha Muchacha.
Realización de vestuario: Las Modistillas Flamencas.