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Circus company "eia" presents inTarsi at CINARS Montreal

Performing.  Montreal,  14/11/2018

After eight years of an intense artistic and human adventure, the Compañía de Circo “eia” look to the future with excitement. Everything that they have lived together up to now has been extremely enriching and has shown them, once again, how differences can be (and surely are) an extraordinary starting point towards personal and collective development. 




inTarsi by Compañía de circo "eia"

Constructing and deconstructing, to not fall or let fall, transforming and reinventing… Four acrobats, between prowess and madness, take us through a universe pieced together by fragments of life. Loneliness, sharing, living together are evoked through dance, physical theatre and above all, circus arts. In an atmosphere of gentle humor, the four characters carry out their investigations on an ingenious set that constantly morphs into different landscapes. A circus in constant movement: strong, poetic, funny and heart-warming; a show, which inspires real tenderness for the strange beast that is the human being. 

 

Original idea: Circus company “eia”

Direction: Circus company “eia” & Jordi Aspa

Performers: Armando Rabanera Muro, Fabio Nicolini, Fabrizio Giannini, Manel Rosés Moretó

Musical direction: Cristiano Della Monica

Choreography: Michelle Man

Scenography: Circus company “eia” & El Taller del Lagarto

Lighting: Sarah Filmer “SANKEY”

Costumes: Fanny Fredouelle, Rosa Crehuet

Production: Circus company “eia” & La Destil.leria

Artistic collaborations: Roberto Magro, James Hewison, Giulia Venosa, Oiné Ensamble

Biennale CINARS 2018

inTarsi by Compañía de circo "eia"

November 14, 2018

2.30 pm

Centre Pierre-Péladeau

Salle Pierre-Mercure

Booth 227

Sponsors of IRL projects

The Institut Ramon Llull

is a consortium that comprises the Generalitat de Catalunya (Government of Catalonia), Balearic Islands Government and the Barcelona City Council, and its mission is the promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad.

Generalitat de CatalunyaGovern Illes BalearsAjuntament de Barcelona

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