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Turba (work in progress)

Col·lectiu Mos Maiorum / resident company

MONTJUÏC
12/11 to 12/22
Turba (work in progress)

What can a body do? What can many bodies do?

part 1. Anatomy of peat
with Nicolas Chevallier, María García Vera, Mariona Naudin, Ireneu Tranis, Alba Valldaura, Clàudia Vilà and Clara Wasserman

part 2. Scenic proposal: Peat
with Júlia Abelló, Tamara André, Katia Armesto, Irene Buesa Escribà, Jordi Calabuig, Fàtima Duarte, Lluïsa Eito, Josep Maria Fuentes, Matías Giliberto, Paolo Girelli, Francesc Madriles, Laura Mateu, Mariona Naudin, Arnau Pascasi, Mila Pascua, Mariona Sebastián Cercòs, Esther Taberner, Ireneu Tranis, Alba Valldaura, Maria Vives Ingla and Clara Wasserman

created and directed by Mos Maiorum Mariona Naudin, Ireneu Tranis, Alba Valldaura, Nicolas Chevallier and María García Vera / setting Clàudia Vilà Peremiquel / lighting Pol Queralt / sound Guillem Llotje / research Pau Carratalà

executive production Pau Gómez

and the teams of the Teatre Lliure

co-production Mos Maiorum and Teatre Lliure

with the collaboration of the  INS Vila de Gràcia

thanks to Gonçal Mayos, Núria Solanas and Lacera

catalan

This season’s resident company is Mos Maiorum formed by Mariona Naudín, Ireneu Tranis and Alba Valldaura. With Turba, a project directed by Mònica Almirall, they will inquire on mass mobilization mechanism. A research work that will become a show on July 2020.

Free with Posaré el meu cor en a safata or using the code: turballiure

part 1. Anatomy of the peat / Wednesday and Thursday 18:00 / approximate length 1h. no interval

part 2. Stage proposal: Peat / from Friday to Sunday 18:00 / approximate lenght 1h. 15' no interval

ATTENTION: stroboscopics lights on performance

follow on the net @MosMaiorum_art / #TurbaCiaResident / #MosMaiorumLliure

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The Mos Maiorum group is four years old, and two shows under its belt: Mos Maiorum (el costum dels avantpassats), on migrations to Spain's southern frontier, and Gentry, which deals with gentrification in the city of Barcelona (Adrià Gual Prize 2017).