Buenas intenciones en 0:1:19:00View more

Outlines, small pieces, performance, try outs, ideas, movements, peculiarities, dance in action and thoughts with different scene languages (à la dada) about the development of a scene where time is an allied, a traitor, a bureaucrat, a politician, a cruel mocker, a partner, a friend / an enemy, and where a simple pitch can radically change the flow of events. 

Idea and direction / Luis Biasotto

Assistant director / Vania Duran

Performers / Melisabel Correa, Verónica Santiago, Manuel Fajardo, Melisa Quero y Tomás Gómez

Music /Gonzalo Cárdenas and Amaury León

Costume design / Carolina Becerra

Phtography / Atocha Crespo and Stefanía Rivadeneyra

Project supported by Programa IBERESCENA

Rua do Lavradio o La distancia más larga entre dos puntosView more

Starting with the theme of borders as its departure point, this work explores the human tendency to separate and organize people through different structures…whether it be a wall or a street name.  

Idea and choreography / Fernando Melo

Co-creators / Melisabel Correa, Verónica Santiago, Patricia Marín, Manuel Fajardo, Christian Ramírez

Dancers: Melisabel Correa, Geraldine Cardiel, Natalia Castaneira, Manuel Fajardo, Christian Ramírez

Lighting, costume and stage design / Mauricio Ascencio

 

Produced by Festival Internacional Cervantino

Idea and choreography / Fernando Melo

Co-creators / Melisabel Correa, Verónica Santiago, Patricia Marín, Manuel Fajardo, Christian Ramírez

Dancers: Melisabel Correa, Geraldine Cardiel, Natalia Castaneira, Manuel Fajardo, Christian Ramírez

Lighting, costume and stage design / Mauricio Ascencio

 

Produced by Festival Internacional Cervantino

 

Make / Believe View more

Make/Believe investigates the limitations of verbal exchange, the psychology of fantasy and the human desire to manipulate the world and the people around us.  

Idea and choreography / Angelle Hebert

Original music / Phillip Kraft

Dancers / Melisabel Correa, Verónica Santiago, Manuel Fajardo, Christian Ramírez

Project supported by  EPRODANZA Beneficios para la producción de danza nacional del CONCULTA-INBA

Números irracionalesView more

You can find mathematical forms in stories, novels, philosophical and psychoanalytical theories, art, religion and even in humanity’s crucial problems. How does the number one move? Do we have mental images of its movements? Can you explain thought the body the set theory? This work is an approximation to mathematics through movement and choreography.

 

 

Idea and direction / Diana Szeinblum

Dancers / Melisabel Correa, Verónica Santiago, Manuel Fajardo

Original music / Sebastián Verea

Lighting, costume and stage design / Mauricio Ascencio

Project supported by Programa IBERESCENA

El lagarto de humoView more

This work invites us to imagine the things that pass through our minds when we close our eyes at night and we go to bed. Of imaginary beings, objects with life and situations that will literally make us jump out of bed!

Direction and choreography / Leandro Kees

Co-creators / Melisabel Correa, Verónica Santiago, Diana Bayardo, Manuel Fajardo

Project supported by Programa IBERESCENA

Yo, antes es ahoraView more

A piece where the performers recreate identities created through their own experiences and the audience's voice. The complicity and opinions of the public contribute to the development of the performance.

Idea and direction / Luis Biasotto.
Music / Hot Chip, Raum, Elias Puc..
Performers - co-creators / Diana Bayardo, Gervasio Cetto, Melisabel Correa, Manuel Fajardo y Verónica Santiago.
Lighting, costume and stage design / Mauricio Ascencio.

SuturaView more

What gets broken can never return to its original shape.

Idea y coreografía / Vladimir Rodrígues
Intérpretes co-creadores / Diana Bayardo, Gervasio Cetto, Melisabel Correa, Manuel Fajardo y Verónica Santiago
Música / Dueto de los Hermanos Rios, Machinefabriek, Plastikman, Binni Gula'za, Beirut

TubosView more

In tubos the discarded objetcs have an unexpected destiny, they will not be destroyed or eliminated, on the contrary, they will redefine their purpose representing new exciting roles.

Idea and direction / Vania Duran

Artistic assistant / Verónica Santiago

Original music / Amaury León and Gonzalo Cárdena

Dancers /  Melisabel Correa, Diana Bayardo, Manuel Fajardo

Project supported by  EPRODANZA Beneficios para la producción de danza nacional del CONCULTA-INBA, Fondo municipal para artes escénicas 2015

BrinsView more

Brins, the company's first project, was born from the intention of bringing dance closer to children and making choreographic language a means of communication, expression and enjoyment for children and adults.

Brins has been performed over 40 times around Mexico and on tour throughout Belize in February 2011. Among the festivals were Brins has been presented are Otoño Cultural and Festival Internacional de Danza Contemporánea Oc'Ohtic in Merida, Muestra Internacional de Danza Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Muestra de Danza Cuerpos in Tránsito, Tijuana, Entre Fronteras, Mexicali, Festival Cultural Revueltas, Durango and Festival Puro Teatro 2010, Campeche. In 2008 Brins was presented in six of' Yucatan's small towns as part of the program Itinerarte organized by the Departamento de Cultura del Ayuntamiento de Mérida. In 2010 Brins was presented in Mexico City as a part Children's dance season in the Teatro de la Danza in Mexico City and, as part of the 1er. Circuito de Artes Escénicas de la Zona Sur, in the six states of southern Mexico.

synopsis

"Brins" little pieces, slices, a puzzle… a journey which wants to communicate that the possibilities of human expression are beyond words and that through movement we can also explain many stories, situations and emotions.

In Brins, we talk about coexistence, tolerance, friendship and feelings like jealousy, fear and happyness, while the four characters interact and create situations that children can indentify with as they experience them everyday.

We also want to communicate that the most fantastic and stimulating toy that we have in our hands is our imagination. We do not always need sophisticated toys to have fun and any object can turn into whatever we want.

Choreography / Claudia Moreso
Staging / Claudia Cardona
Direction / Vania Duran
Dancers / Patricia Marín, Melisabel Correa, Manuel Fajardo, Verónica Santiago.
Lighting design / Daniel Szhiper.
Stage design / Miguel Ruíz, Pepa Gómez.
Stage design and costumes / Marguerita Pavía.
Costume design / Claudia Moreso.
Music / Wynton Marsalis, Cabo San Roque, Krishoo Monthieux, Pascal Comelade.