Dog Talks

Dog Talks reflects on the connections between cinema and dance, an exploration focused on transferring the language pertaining to cinema and its drama onto dance and theatre, without forsaking the use of images in motion on the stage.

This creative process is propped up by pillars such as the physical force and the aesthetic quality of its artists. Six artists on the stage construct a powerful story using their bodies and converting them into tools that appeal to the spectator.

The piece Dog Talks is also a research process, a space generated for bodies in movement, which interact with each other. The objective is to transfer the essence of other artistic languages and codes to the performers, and to make the bodies talk.

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Choreography: Iratxe Ansa, Igor Bacovich

Artistic advice: Aizpea Goenaga

Dancers: Kate Arber, Antonella Albanese, Irene Ureña Delgado, Jon Aizpun García, Luke Prunty, Igor Bacovich

Music: original composition from Liu Yiwei, Aaron Copland, John Adams, Henry Gorecki

Voice: Aia Goenaga

Dramaturgy and text: Enrique Sastre Escandón

Costumes: Carmen Granel

Set design: Monica Boromello

Light design: Irene Cantero

Executive production: Spectare (Marta López Caballero, Gabriel Blanco)

Production: Metamorphosis Dance

Management: Lola Ortiz de Lanzagorta

Duration: 65

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