Address: Calle Mesa de León, 2, 35001 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Info: 928 321 807
Entry Fee: 10€
Ticket Box: entrees.es
The Teatro Guiniguada in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria welcomes the Program MASDANZA Xtra since 2011. This program is dedicated mainly to Canarian creators of Contemporary Dance.
The Program will take place on October 31 at 20,30 hrs.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Created & Performed by: DANIEL MORALES
Music: Nicolas Jaar “Être”, Apparat “44 – Noise Version”, Beethoven “Symphony No.7, Op. 92: II-Allegretto”
Lighting Design: Alfredo Díez
«Invisible» is a solo in which the movement that you see is as important as the one that is intuited. It is as important the music as the silence, as they further intensify the expression of the body. We find a dramaturgy where dichotomies are presented and they explore the contradictions between the rational self and the emotional self. A body which collects all the memories in front of a head that sets the rhythm as if it was a different body. The absences are present. What is said and what is not said, what is swallowed and what is allowed. Where are the limits?”.
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Created & Performed by: ÁNGELES PADILLA & ÁDEX ALONSO
Music: Andrea litkei ” Chica Mejicanita”, Maki Arakawa ” Ano Ko Ga Kurita Blues”, Alex Weston ” The Lie”, Kafu “Tú eres un bom bom”
Costumes: Ángeles Padilla
“He: Do you feel it? Rhythm, a strong, constant rhythm. It invades me and it moves me. Rhythm that accelerates me when you are near and that it almost stops when we are on the same wave length. I have been observing you for a long time.
She: I wanted to go out and walk today, walk without a pause, without permission, I wanted to be free. I dreamt that I ate, cried and got anguished. Up there where nothing can be seen. A cabaret, a show, huge, twisted, unbearable opens up in front of me. Do I love you? I do not know, I still do not know. I would love to decipher my dreams”.
OJOS PARA NO VER (10’)
Barcelona – Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Created & Performed by: CORA PANIZZA
Voice-over: Joaquin Phoenix Oscars 2019, Charles Chaplin “The Great Dictator”, Jane Goodall – BBVA Platform “We Learn Together”
Music: Hans Zimmer “S.T.A.Y.”
Costumes: Luisina Sánchez
Lighting Design: Cora Panizza
“The fight against prejudice is the fight against injustice” (Joaquin Phoenix). “The world has been, is and will be a reflection of our interior, we cannot see it as it is, but just as we are. Our task will be to open our eyes and remember what it is that we are doing here”.
Created by: Mario Bermúdez Gil
Choreography Assistant: Catherine Coury
Performed by: Catherine Coury, Mario Bermúdez Gil & Marilisa Gallicchio
Music: Mercan Dede
Lighing Design: Mamen B. Gil
“Under the influence of ancestral and distant music, three bodies move in an arch that goes from a lack of urgency to paroxysm. A man who defeats his shadows? Or is it three shadows hoping to be corporeal? In Garip, music holds control of these three bodies during ten minutes that could be a lifetime –or three- and imposes its will over this trio in an emergency, stirring in them instincts that are sometimes wild, frenzied at times and out of control. These are three beings that move forward blind, as if hypnotized in a rapture by those sounds of another time, another culture. That is why, when they abruptly stop, they seem to erase in a stroke all traces of energy in those bodies, if they were bodies, until they collapse”. –Omar Khan
* The programme could be subject to change depending on the considerations of the health authorities in relation to COVID 19.