An abstract choreography by Clara Furey and Peter Jaško from Quebec
The Sala Hiroshima is rising in the ranks of spaces devoted body and soul to the arts. It opened its doors in 2015 with the intention of giving a voice to new contemporary creators who take risks onstage. This is why it focuses on new languages, technologies applied onstage, the moving arts and the new dramaturgies in the circus. Now it has the privilege, and we have the good luck, to host the Spanish premiere of the work from Quebec entitled ‘Untied Tales’. It is a choreography which, though abstract, shows viewers what could be considered an impressionist painting, evoking moments in life that we are all familiar with. It could be said that it’s like a fairy tale which mutates to show us different aspects of love: break-ups, proximity and distance, light and shadow, hope and terror. Thanks to both the space and the construction of movements, Clara Furey and Peter Jaško, the creators, manage to create an immersive atmosphere which combines contemporary and traditional dance with performance: a perfect balance of forces in which male and female roles play an essential role.
‘Untied Tales’ will be playing in the Sala Hiroshima on 12 and 13 April at 8:30 pm. Plus, with your ticket to the show, you can pay just a small supplement to see the film ‘Ver a una mujer’ at the Zumzeig cinema-cooperative.
Tickets purchased early cost €16, and if purchased at the door they cost €20. You can buy yours on the link below.
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