The Thomas Noone Dance Company returns to the stage with a monologue that combines disciplines.
After the party, there is always an indescribable atmosphere where everyone feels miserable and half asleep, when the adrenalin of the night has vanished and we ask ourselves whether we have taken the right decisions. These reflections in the early hours of the morning are made by Thomas Noone in his latest monologue ‘After the Party’: a bold initiative from the dancer, who returns to the stage after a long time. In this show, Noone has ventured out of his comfort zone and decided to combine dancing with a puppet that represents his alter ego. The life-size doll was made by Andre Mello, who has taught Noone how to make it move. ‘After the Party’ also includes text and clown parts, as the dancer interacts with the puppet to reflect on his life and ask himself questions.
The Thomas Noone Dance Company, in collaboration with the Catalan Institute for Cultural Companies (ICEC) – the government of Catalonia and the SAT! Sant Andreu Teatre, offers you this new production that premiered last July. ‘After the Party’ is Noone’s third monologue since the company was founded and it really displays his maturity and choreographic development. You can see the work in the SAT! on 21 and 22 February at 8.30 pm.
Tickets cost €15.50, including the processing fee. You can purchase them by clicking on this link, where you’ll also be able to discover the different discounts offered by the SAT!
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