2020

  1. SUMMERTIME

Street show. Running time 25´. Premier: Conde Duque Cultural Center - Madrid. Veranos de la Villa Festival. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government.

2018

  1. PLAY

Family´s show. Running time 55´. Premier: Teatro del Bosque - Madrid. Co-produced by Shanghai Children´s Arts Theatre, Sadler’s Wells, Teatros del Canal-Madrid, Festival Grec Barcelona 2019, Madrid Regional Government, Teatro del Bosque, Centro Danza Canal.

2015

  1. VUELOS

Family´s show: Running time 50´. Premier: Teatro de la Abadía - Madrid. Co-produced by Sadler´s Wells, Teatro de la Abadía, Madrid Regional Government, Festival Grec Barcelona 2016.

2012

  1. CONSTELACIONES

Family´s show: Running time 50´. Premier: Teatro de la Abadía - Madrid. Co-produced by Teatro de la Abadía, Mercat de les Flors, Madrid Regional Government, Teatros del Canal, Arganda del Rey City Council.

2011

  1. ¡NADA...NADA!

(Revised choreography of the original show premiered in 2004). Family´s show. Running time 50´. Premier: Auditorio Montserrat Caballé - Arganda del Rey. Co-produced by Madrid Regional Government.

2010 -

  1. CU-CUCO

Show for babies. Length 25’. Choreographer and director Carolina Arija y Raquel de la Plaza. Premier: Teatro Tyl-Tyl de Navalcarnero (Madrid). Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government.

 

  1. NUBES

(Full scale production for 9 dancers). Children`s show. Length 50’. Premier: Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London. Co- produced by the Madrid Regional Government, Sadler’s Wells Theatre, DanceEast, Mercat de les Flors, Auditorio de Tenerife and the Jerwood Foundation. Collaborators: Diputación de Albacete, Ayuntamiento de Alcobendas, Teatro Auditorio Ciudad de Alcobendas, Teatros del Canal and Teatro de La Abadía.

2009 -

  1. NUBES

(Medium scale production for 6 dancers). Children’s show. Length 50’. Premier: Teatro de la Abadía, Madrid. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government, the Spanish Ministry of Culture and the Jerwood Foundation. Collaborators: Ayuntamiento de Alcobendas, Teatro Auditorio Ciudad de Alcobendas and Teatro de La Abadía.

2008 -

  1. VISTO LO VISTO

Children`s show. Revised choreography of the original show premiered in 2001. Premier: Teatro Auditorio Ciudad de Alcobendas. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government, the Spanish Ministry of Culture. Collaborators: Ayuntamiento de Alcobendas.

2007 -

  1. TAC – TAC

Show for babies. Length 25’. Premier: Teatro Auditorio Ciudad de Alcobendas. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture. Collaborator: Ayuntamiento de Alcobendas.

2006 -

  1. PEQUEÑOS PARAÍSOS

Children’s show. Length 50’. Premier: Teatro de la Abadía, Madrid. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government, the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Teatro de la Abadía.

2004 -

  1. ¡NADA...NADA!

Children’s show. Length: 50’. Premier: Teatro de la Abadía, Madrid. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government, the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Teatro de la Abadía.

2003 -

  1. LA SONRISA DE PENÉLOPE

Street show. Length 30’. Premier: Plaza del Ayuntamiento de Las Rozas (Madrid). Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.

 

  1. PUZZLE

Children`s show. Length 50’. Premier: Centro Cultural La Despernada de Villanueva de la Cañada. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.

2002 -

  1. VISTO Y NO VISTO

Children’s show. Length 50’ Premier: Sala Pradillo de Madrid as a part of the Festival Internacional Madrid en Danza. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.

2001 -

  1. ENTRE FLORES Y SUSPIROS

Street show. Length 25’. Premier: Plaza del Rollo (Madrid). As a part of the International Festival Madrid en Danza.

2000 -

  1. MALETAS

Children’s show. Length 55’. Choreography by Enrique Cabrera, Mónica Runde y Teresa Nieto. Premier: Teatro Federico Gª Lorca de San Fernando de Henares. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.

1999 -

  1. UN VIAJE INESPERADO

Children’s show. Length 55’. Premier: Centro Cultural de Valdemoro, Madrid. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.

1998 -

  1. TRISTE TRÍO DE JÉREZ CON ROLLITOS DE JAMÓN SERRANO Y SALSA ALHARACA

Length: 15’. Under the show “A pedir de boca”. Premier: Sala Pradillo de Madrid as a part of the International Festival Madrid en Danza.

1997 -

  1. INTERROGACIÓN

Street show. Length 25’. Premier: Estación Norte (Madrid) as a part of the International Festival Madrid en Danza.

 

  1. SCRUNCH, SCRUNCH, CRUNCH

Show/workshop for families. Length 35’. Comissioned by the International Festival Teatralia. Premier: Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid.

 

  1. ANA Y EL ARCO DE COLORES

Children’s show. Length 50’. Premier: Sala Cuarta Pared de Madrid. Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.

1996 -

  1. JUANA

Youth show. Length 60’. Premier: Sala Cuarta Pared de Madrid. Coproduced by the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Culture.

1995 -

  1. CATALINA Y EL CUBO MÁGICO

Children’s show. Length 50’. Premier: Sala Cuarta Pared (Madrid). Co-produced by the Madrid Regional Government.

1994 -

  1. NIGUA

Short, 10’. Premier: Sala Olimpia as a part of the Certámen Coreográfico de Madrid. Enrique Cabrera, Winner Oustanding Choreography, American Dance Festival (USA)

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