Partícules Paral·leles is a play formed by three stories linked together around one underlying subject: the exploration of human relationships in the 21st century. New social forms, new family models, and the frenziness surrounding and permeating our lives leads us to adopting new structures that call for tought and reflection.
The title references a phenomenon discovered by Albert Einstein and called quantum entanglement, which states that two particles located in faraway positions in the Universe can develop a parallel behaviour (that is, a stimulus applied to one can have an effect in the other). This observed but yet unexplained phenomenon is one of the great marvels that puzzles scientists today.
Dramaturgy & Direction Ivan Andrade
Stage & Sound Design Ivan Andrade
Video & Photography Clara Bes
Software Design Alexandre Dupuis
Production & Distribution Clara Bes
"Tsunami" is the first of the stories that are part of "Partícules Paral·leles".
"Company Ideal" is the second of the stories that are part of "Partícules Paral·leles".
Peter Carles Goñi
Company ideal Joan Taltavull
Mr. Nishida Andy Fukutome
Mss. Tanazaki Rina Ota
Sara Maria Calderó
Neil Stefán Halldorssón
Festival Pedra Viva de Menorca
"Strawberry Frappuccino" is the last story that closes "Partícules Paral·leles".