Three women on stage travel from the abstract personality of dance to its more specific side through evocative texts and images inviting to think about women’s role in the migration journey. SALT is a multidisciplinary proposal swinging between the boundaries of theatre, dance, performance and circus. This work wants to shake the passive role of our western society through an extreme physical language.
In 2011, Fil d’Arena dansa-teatre was born as a space where its members can bring to life their concerns. The collective uses ‘dansa-teatre’ (dance-theatre) as its last name since they move on the boundaries between both artistic disciplines, though they are also interested in any type of scenic practice like music and circus. With the aim of approaching dance to all audiences and connecting with society, the company carries out social and community projects and performs in public venues and museums. In recent years, they have also created Café Sol, La Consagración de la Primavera and La Sal que ens ha partit.
Artistic direction & choreography: Fil d’Arena dansa-teatre
Performers: Isabel Abril, Irene Ballester, Roseta Plasencia
Choreography advice: Roberto Olivan
Music: Isabel Latorre
Costume design: Los Reyes del Mambo
Lighting design: Ximo Rojo
Audiovisual design: Gema Iglesias
Dissemination, press and communication: L’Estiba Cultural
Production: Clara Crespo
Supported by: Instituto Valenciano de Cultura – Culturarts, Valencia City Council – Acción Cultural, creation residencies’ programme at La Carme Teatre