“In a world where individuals are never free of personal struggles, they voluntarily becomes a puppet of themselves.”MAR MONSTRUM

Physical Theatre
Duration: 80 min.
+ 9

Proyecto apoyado por el Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, México
And supported by
Accademia Teatro Dimitri – Switzerland
Ernst-Göhner-Stiftung – Switzerland

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It is a piece about the awakening of a man in between ropes, in a piece of wood, all floating in the middle of the sea. It is a lonely and helpless character, drifting in uncertainty. Through fishing different objects, small stories will be told: deep fears and obsessions will be revealed. In different occasions, he looks for landing in sight; he is forced to make a choice between staying and leaving.

It is a play where the sea is represented by withe cords and the waves movement by a door piece in equilibrium over a wooden roller (rolabola-circus discipline).

It is a journey about the everlasting search for the meaning of life. It is a journey with the scenography as the antagonist of the story. It is an attempt to trigger a sense of wonder, imagination and mystery of our own existence.

*Proyecto apoyado por el Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, México

Supported by
Accademia Teatro Dimitri

Original Idea: Aarón Govea
In colaboration with: Maud Giboudeau (FRA)
Author and actor: Aarón Govea (MEX)
Sound design In collaboration with: David Almaga
Lyrics and voice in “La Llorona“: Jesica Bastidas
Original lighting design: Christoph Siegenthaler (CH)
Lighting: Felisa Vargas (MEX)
NARANJAZUL Theatre Company

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