A dystopian future is portrayed in Elysium. This future sees a world where the seas are rapidly rising, the moon is cracked, and the leading technology is coming from a planetary travel company. Not only have the stars been conquered but now, those who can afford it can create their own endless holiday/life by transferring to a world of their making based on a detailed map of one’s conscious and subconscious mind.
Presented within the VII Cicle de Lectures Dramatitzades, organized by AADPC, AISGE and Fundació Romea at Teatre Romea (Barcelona, July 2019).
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.
Season at Dau al Sec (Barcelona, March, June and July 2020).
Sara and Nil are two teenagers. They follow each other on Instagram although they have never met before in real life. This anonymity allows them to share things that perhaps they wouldn't say face to face.
Premiered at Al Forat Festival (Barcelona, April 2019) and currently on tour in Catalonia (theatres and schools). Part of Programa.cat and Testimoni Escènic 2020 (suspended by coronavirus, due to be rescheduled).
From the end of the 18th century and for a period of nearly 100 years, the Japanese developed the sugar cane industry of south Taiwan, leaving behind architecture, habits, economic development, and exploitation of the local community.
Ripples reenacts the life of the former Tsung-Yeh Sugar Factory, today transformed into the Tsung-Yeh Arts & Cultural Centre.
Premiered at Tsung-Yeh Arts & Cultural Centre of Tainan City, (Taiwan, June 2018).
A New Beginning
A New Beginning tells the story of a group of astronauts who left planet Earth in search of a new home where humans could settle in the future, once acknowledged the fragile situation of our planet and its likely irreversible breakdown.
Premiered at the nunOff Festival (Barcelona, July 2017) and seen at the Rêves d'abant l'Aube Festival (Paris, July 2017).
A Little Prince
With a talented international team from South-Africa, Australia, Spain, and the UK, this musical theatre production presents a thoughtful and magical insight into this world-known story, addressing its layers of thought and emotion with a modern, subtle and poetic show.
Premiered and nominated as Best Musical Show at the Brighton Fringe Festival (Brighton, May 2016), and seen at the Ludlow Fringe Festival (Ludlow, June 2016).