"WHAT IS MY NAME..." (2014).

Premio FETEN 2015 (Gijón) – Mejor Espectáculo para la infancia

Premio FITC 2016 (Hungría) – Mejor Bailarina a Greta Garcia Jonsson

The identity of each child will mature along the way and his or her name will only be the starting point. We play at being anything or anyone, it's fun...

A sofa that is a train, a carpet turned into a mirror, a mountain of grass that moves, poppy lamps and you and me! What's your name...? Yes, you, what's your name? Enter our show and have fun, does it matter what your name is?

Identity is strengthened over the years but your essence is in you since you are born, you love, laugh and cry just like anyone else, no matter what you wear, where you come from or what your name is. This happens during childhood, labels do not count, a wonderful world is born before our eyes when all we need is our imagination and a friend to share our dreams with. The child will recognize the language linked to movement and this, together with light and music, will immerse the little spectator in a familiar and fun atmosphere, capturing his or her attention, without the need to resort to superficial effects. Each object can have a very different use and shape from the one we see, everything and everyone can become whatever we imagine, a balloon, an armchair, you... In this story everything is a game, the search for your name will be very entertaining, play to watch, watch while playing.

Photographs taken at the MERCAT DE CULTURA INFANTIL D'ORPESA by Manuel Peris Tirado


Premiere: 24/06/2014 - Int. Festival of Music and Dance Granada.
Type: Contemporary Dance Show / Theater.
Duration: 45 minutes.
Audience: Family audiences. From 2 years old.
Format: Small/Medium.
Touring personnel: 3 people.
Interpretation: María José Casado and Gonzalo Moreno.
Choreographic Direction: Omar Meza.
Theatrical Direction and Texts: Rosa Díaz (La Rous).
Costume Design: Laura León.
Scenography and Props: Luciano Illanes.
Original Music: Jesús Fernández.
Lighting Design: Ernesto Monza.
Production: Laura Campoy
Administration: Sonia Espinosa
Acknowledgements: Teatro Caja Granada, Catalina Sako and Lolo Fernández.